Royal Enfield Himalayan BS4 Questions and Answers
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- This is a major concern in the Royal Enfield Himalayan! Royal Enfield sold me this bike that had to be taken to the service center every alternate month in the first 6 months. The brand changed a part worth 11K, for which they did not give me any details. Post 6 months in Jan 2020, the bike's battery completely drained out when not used for about 20-25 days. The problem has been there in the bike ever since. If the bike is not ridden for even 12-15 days, the battery drains out and the bike won't start. In the lock down situation, where I can not ride bike on an everyday basis the bike has gone to service center atleast 6-7 times in the last 1.5 years. Again the service teams do not tell me what work is being done on the bike and send the bike back after 5-6 days. AND!! I face the same problem in another 10-15 days, if I don't ride it.The brand is blaming this problem on me stating that the issue is due usage and storage patter.I want to understand that if this problem exists in all Royal Enfield Himalayans out there? Does all your battery completely drains out if not used for 10-12 days?Also since the first week of buying the bike's engine goes off while riding. Have been in bad spots on road due to this issue. The brand is not able to find a fix for this either.The bike is called a Himalayhan but can not withstand Bangalore weather for 10 days..
- This is the most frustrating experience. KEEP THE BIKE IDLE FOR 3-4 DAYS AND THE BATTRY DRAINS!!! bloody i have had 4 bikes before this and never faced this issue even during extreme winters..in last one year i have already take the bike to the service center for the battery issue almost 5-6 times.
- For this, we'd suggest you please visit the nearest authorized service center as they would be able to assist you better after the inspection of your bike. Follow the link and select your city accordingly for service centers.
- The recommended tyre size for Royal Enfield Himalayan is Front:-90/90-21 Rear:-120/90-17. We would suggest using this only. Moreover, you may use small size tyres in your bike but It may create problems in balancing and the risk of getting slip.
- For this, we'd suggest you please visit the nearest authorized service centre of Royal Enfield as they would be able to assist you with the exact issue and will help you to resolve it.Follow the link and select your city accordingly for service centers.
- Its mostly the conset bearings. Get it changed and you ll feel no jerks
- As of now, we haven't encountered any such issues with the Royal Enfield Himalayan. The CEAT tyres offer a good grip on the road along with better stopping power.
- I faced lot of trouble in Meghalaya and in North Sikkim Total 5 time it got pumtured
- For this, we would suggest you walk into the nearest service center as they will be the better person to assist you. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest service centre and selecting your city accordingly - Service centre.
- Only riding skill matters .. definitely you can ride
- You can avail 3 free services from any Royal Enfield dealer across India.
- Yes why not
- No top end performance. Heats up in city traffic. It is for relaxed riding. It is happy between 80-100km/h.Very good comfort in long rides. Main drawback is tube tyre
- If you are not above average in strength... this could be a heavy bike for you....else perfect all rounder....
- The only drawback is that it's not made for city traffic and daily commuting.
- I had used for regular office commute. Very easy to zip through the city traffic. You will not feel the weight of the vehicle even in very tight traffic. I had done a 2300 km road trip in a 7 day trip. Absolutely no issues. No back pain..
- Both are good bike & both are not made for daily commuting. Check some other lighter bike for daily commuting. Out of these 2 bikes, Himalayan is much better than KTM 390 Adv in every aspect other than speed.
- On which Himalayan or 390 adv??
- Both r different cc bro xpulse is 200cc and RE Himalayan is 400cc so torque on re is more compair to xpulse but coming to weight hero had did the best.... In my point of view I prefer xpulse than Himalayan, xpulse is the pocket friendly adventure touring bike...... Which we can keep in our garage
- If you’re the person who wants to get into off-road and trail riding, the XPulse 200 just makes a lot of sense on paper. Especially, for the fact that it is inherently light and is really affordable. However, if you’re someone who finds the Hero offering a bit tame for your liking and don’t mind spending the extra money, the Himalayan won’t disappoint you........each have unique drawback's and benefits............
- For long rides Himalayan is better, but if you change the seat of xpulse it is the best option you can get as xpulse is better than himalayan in all other aspects exept highway cruize speeds. Himalayan can cruize at 100kmph, but xpulse can cruize comfortably at 80-85only
Royal Enfield Himalayan BS4 User Reviews
Features & Styling4.5/5
I got best driving experience and its very comfort for long drives and himalayan has the best name for suspension tooShare
5.0One of the best
One of the best bike. This is my dream bike so I always loves it. After 3 years I am seeing some minor issues.... But okay to manage.Share
As far as i concert himalayan is not bad for ride, Short or long journey il.It give us comfort.Share
Himalayan bs4 hi sir please find the attached file is scanned image in pdf formatShare
Good and pocket friendly bike for long touring and off-road adventure.Very comfortable and reliable.Share