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  • Q. How much kms can be done with full tank?Average fuel economy in city and highways. - Himalayan?
    Vikhyat
    Vikhyat | 1 month ago

    No RE bikes have the right fuel tank capacity as mentioned. foreg. take a Thunderbird. as per specs it has 20ltrs but in real it takes 15-18 ltrs only.my himalayan takes in 13.48 ltrs including reserve.currently I'm getting 29kmpl on city and 32 on highway.

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  • Q. So my question is .RE don't provide kick with Himalayan; I am planning to buy this bike but facing a big issue that Himalayan don't have kick start .is that a big issue. or if I stuck anywhere and the self don't work properly then what should I will do .?and what's the millage is .
    Sachin
    Sachin | 12 months ago

    I can understand your concern boss... My Hinalayan is two and haf years old now. Its odo shows 30,000. City and Highway mixed. I have never once faced an issue where hinalayan doesnt start and i feel like using a kick. Once in the rain floods my bike got clogged with water. I pushed it in the 1st gear for few meters and the bike started with bit of clogged coughing and 3 to 5 seconds later it was idling like a regulard day idle. Please dont ask for Mileage. Its a purpose built bike. Everyone gets mileage as per their usage and carb tuning. Varies between 25 to 32

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  • Q. I would like to know why Himalayan standard model mileage is 36 kmpl and ABS is 29 kmpl.
    Balaji
    Balaji | 3 months ago

    @ vishal | Can you please elaborate what do you mean by saying proper use of spare parts? I mean what spare parts and use

    Hi Vishal. This difference might be between BS3 Carburetor & BS4 FI. I am not sure how ABS Affects Mileage. Mine is a BS4 Non ABS. I get mileage around 25(City, Traffic) to 35(Highway, Free road). From my experience these are the following parts which improves mileage 1) Regular Chain lubrication, correct chain tension. 2) Right tyre pressure 3) Keeping both clutch, throttle cable at correct tension( you will know when they are not working right by their response). Hope it helps.

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  • Q. I want to buy RE Himalayan. I want to know the yearly maintenance cost and accurate mileage.
    Jayata
    Jayata | 5 months ago

    Mileage will vary on your riding pattern only. Moreover, where you will be mostly spending your time on the wheels, city or highway. if your answer is 'both', then comes the questiom of the ratio of the same. Even, if you planning to buy it mostly for touring, then also comes lot of other factors (or rather questions) on which the mileage will vary. But abruptly, 30-35 kmpl is the range.

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  • Q. What's the mileage I can expect in both city limits and in highways? And if I compare Himalayan and renegade commando 300 then which one is best for long riding?
    Jayata
    Jayata | 4 months ago

    It all depends on your riding pattern. These conventional figure depend on perfect riding conditions. i got an average of 23 kmpl in my recent ride of 1600 odd kms doing 90-110+ kmph in highways and rode up to 6500 feet in almost no road conditions and stiff inclination. But on average expecting something around 30-32 kmpl is fair enough

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  • Q. How is the mileage of Royal Enfield Himalayan as compared with other bikes?
    Vikhyat
    Vikhyat | 1 month ago

    City - 30 to 32kmplhighway - 34kmpl p.s - personally tested.

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  • Q. What would be the price of himalayan 650 , expected mileage and the date of release?
    Vikhyat
    Vikhyat | 3 weeks ago

    3 - 3.5 ex-showroom

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  • Q. Does this bike suitable for every day commute to work on jam-packed road at peak hours in Delhi - Himalayan?
    Vikhyat
    Vikhyat | 1 month ago

    Honestly, no! it is fun on the cities. no doubt on it. but entirely depends on the rider. if the heating doesnt bother you, you can enjoy the ride in cities too.

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  • Q. How is the riding comfort for a long drive - Himalayan?
    Shiva
    Shiva | 2 months ago

    I've driven Himalayan on some short and long routes . I am going to share completely my personal experience with the comfort that you can go easily for around 200 kms without any hassle . Seat position and material is really smooth and comfortable but if you are riding continuously for more than 90 minutes or 200 kms , the same seat just start feeling quite uncomfortable . You can definitely feel some hard soreness in your hamstrings and glutes muscles .

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  • Q. Is RE Himayalan a good choice for city conditions?
    Shyam
    Shyam | 1 week ago

    I use it daily for office commutes. It's quite a breeze. Takes time getting used to the weak bite of the front brakes. Also, the clutch is quite hard. Switching to the slightly longer clutch cable of Classic 350 helps. But on broken tarmac, you will thank the suspension of this bike.

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    Royal Enfield Himalayan Mileage & Performance FAQs

    Q. What is the mileage of Royal Enfield Himalayan in City?
    A. The Royal Enfield Himalayan gives a mileage of 29.48 kmpl in city.
    Q. What is the mileage of Royal Enfield Himalayan in Highways?
    A. The Royal Enfield Himalayan gives a mileage of 34.53 kmpl on highways.
    Q. What is the top speed of Royal Enfield Himalayan?
    A. The top speed of Royal Enfield Himalayan is 130 Kmph.
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