2021 Himalayan Debuts Today!

The ADV will get some new features and cosmetic updates


After numerous speculations and waiting, Royal Enfield is finally set to launch the 2021 Himalayan today. But we still have a couple of hours to kill before the official launch, so here’s a quick recap of what you could expect from the trusty ADV:

The Himalayan is built to munch miles, so it made absolute sense for Royal Enfield to include its Tripper navigation with the 2021 model. The original console remains untouched, and the navigation pod hasn’t been given much thought and sticks out like a sore thumb.

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Royal Enfield hasn’t fiddled much with the bike. The only change so to speak other than the Tripper are the tank braces which are now a tad different from the older model and shouldn't pose a problem for tall riders anymore. Other changes may include a dual-tone seat for select variant(s) and new paint schemes.

Himalayan side

It’ll retain the same long-stroke 411cc, single-cylinder motor which produces 24.13PS and 32Nm. It is also expected to have the same chassis and suspension setup. That said, we would like to see the brand improve the braking hardware on the 2021 Himalayan.

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The launch is scheduled in a few hours from now, so stay tuned to ZigWheels and follow us on our social media handles to stay updated with all the action.

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