Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 User Reviews

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Anonymous
Anonymous

It’s a super cool Engine

It’s a super cool engine to a comfortable ofroading

(21 Jul 2024) 0
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Swati
Swati (Top ZW Voice)
Newbie
Owned

The royal enfield himalayan 450 is a killer ride for off-roading.Super comfy seat and suspension that eats up rough trails like a champ.It’s built tough, So you can push it hard without worrying.Yeah, There’s some vibration, But nothing major.Mileage is decent, Around 25-30 km/l.After-sales service can be hit or miss, But generally, It’s alright.Perfect for adventures like spiti valley—you’re gonna have a blast!.

Swati's Himalayan 450 gives mileage of 25 kmpl
(19 Jul 2024) 0
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Anonymous
Anonymous

Gud..Dammm!! one of the best

Gud.Dammm!! one of the best bike for long trip secially for long trip.

(5 Jul 2024) 0
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Mohith
Mohith (Verified User)
Newbie
Owned

It's was so nice my friend

5.0

It's was so nice my friend has bike i had ride so many times.It will be too comfortable to drive.

Mohith's Himalayan 450 gives mileage of 29 kmpl
(18 Jun 2024) 0
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Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 Pros and Cons

Himalayan 450 Positives Points: Powerful engine,really comfortable,great price,agile

Himalayan 450 Negatives Points: Not the smoothest engine,features could have been more easy to use,tubeless spoke wheels are yet to come

Zigwheels Expert's Conclusion : The new Royal Enfield Himalayan is like a trusty buddy, always there for you. It's easy to handle, forgiving, and good for riding on roads or no roads. It's hard not to appreciate how it keeps things simple, just like the first Himalayan.

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John
John (Verified User)
Newbie
Pre-launch

End torque

5.0

Here are my thoughts on the upcoming royal enfield himalayan 450 motorcycle: overall features and stylingfrom what i've seen so far, The himalayan 450 retains the rugged, Adventurous styling of the current himalayan 411 but with some nice upgrades.The exposed frame and off-road oriented design are still there, But the 450 adds some sharper lines and a more muscular fuel tank for a modern look.Some key features include switchable abs, A tripper navigation pod, And an lcd display with turn-by-turn navigation.These are great features for an adventure touring bike.The styling strikes a good balance between rugged and refined.Expectationsi'm expecting the 450cc engine to provide a noticeable power bump over the 411cc motor in the current himalayan - perhaps around 30hp.This should make cruising at highway speeds more relaxed while still delivering excellent low-end torque for off-road riding.The weight is also reportedly lower, Which should improve handling.Overall, The 450 looks like a nicely improved evolution of the proven himalayan platform.My expectations are high for a more powerful, Lighter and feature-rich middleweight adventure tourer.Likelihood of purchasei'd say there's a good chance i'll seriously consider purchasing the himalayan 450 when it becomes available.It hits a real sweet spot in terms of power, Capability and price.The addition of navigation, Abs and other features make it an even more well-rounded package.As an experienced adventure rider currently without a middleweight tourer in my garage, The royal enfield ticks a lot of boxes for my needs and budget.Unless reviews reveal any major flaws, I could see myself purchasing a himalayan 450 in the future as my main adventure touring motorcycle.It looks like an excellent value proposition in the segment.

John's Himalayan 450 gives mileage of 30 kmpl
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Gopinath
Gopinath (Verified User)
Newbie

Awesome Bike

The Enfield Himalayan is an outstanding bike, known for its light and easy-to-ride nature. The convenience of the self-starter eliminates the need for kick-starting, and the effective side stand makes parking effortless. The digital central console is user-friendly and easy to read. While designed primarily for off-road applications, its ride handling on city roads is commendable. The bike's rugged and distinctive appearance adds to its appeal, and the engine springs to life effortlessly with the self-start button. Smooth and easy gear shifts enhance the overall riding experience. The Himalayan is not only easy to handle but also versatile, suitable for both city commuting and off-road adventures. Although yet to be taken on the highway for off-road travel, it stands out as a great bike that excels in both urban and adventurous settings.Royal Enfield has successfully delivered a winner in this segment, offering an affordable option that is truly impressive. A potential owner myself, I am drawn to its overall greatness.

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Anonymous
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Fantastic machine

Its a fantastic machine from royal enfield.I had a re himalayan 411cc and its one of the most affordable adventure bike in india.The servicing cost is merely around 1.5k to 3k which is value of money and even spares are less costly compared to other adv motorcycles available of other brands.Eagerly looking for the launch of this much anticipated and eagerly awaited adv from re with all new engine and loads of new equipment's like inverted forks, Liquid cooled engine, Round and fully digital instrumentation console / odometer, Cruise control just a few to name.I am sure this adv will be a superb machine from re stable which will take adventure junkies to a new and next level for sure.As soon as its launched, Have the plan to get one at the earliest.Thank you.Regards, Shivraj - 911****717.

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Raviteja
Raviteja (Verified User)
Newbie

Ragured adventure

It was looking ragured adventure looks and it speedoconsole was fully digital i think it have the all the information in like distance to empty gear position indicator etc i engine we see that there was no twins to engine so i was not a air cooled engine i think it was liquid cooled engine i think it will be compitator to the ktm adventure 390 but one disappoint ment was i doesnt have the tubeless tyree and 2st royal enfield by having the fully led set up like head lamp look at those indicator i was looking like a bmw 1250 gs it have the so many option i tank design was awesome it look like bulky front wind shield design was changed mudguard also looking good at last most awaited bikes in adventure segment all are looking for the launch date of the himalayan 450

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Problems in Himalayan 450

Rahman
Rahman (Verified User)
Newbie

Royal enfield bs4 himalayangives

Royal enfield bs4 himalayan gives around 30 mileage not exactly 30 slightly up or down.After 25k kms on your himalayan your chains pocket clutch plates etc.Will start giving you issues.

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Dhananjay
Dhananjay (Verified User)
Newbie

I need tubeless tire i waiting only this product this term and if you don't have tubeless then i purchase other waise i go with other option

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Trader
Trader (Verified User)
Newbie

It's and overall power punch

It's and overall power punch bike and loaded with features will buy this bike on laumch

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Best User Experiences with Himalayan 450

John
John (Verified User)
Newbie
Pre-launch

End torque

5.0

Here are my thoughts on the upcoming royal enfield himalayan 450 motorcycle: overall features and stylingfrom what i've seen so far, The himalayan 450 retains the rugged, Adventurous styling of the current himalayan 411 but with some nice upgrades.The exposed frame and off-road oriented design are still there, But the 450 adds some sharper lines and a more muscular fuel tank for a modern look.Some key features include switchable abs, A tripper navigation pod, And an lcd display with turn-by-turn navigation.These are great features for an adventure touring bike.The styling strikes a good balance between rugged and refined.Expectationsi'm expecting the 450cc engine to provide a noticeable power bump over the 411cc motor in the current himalayan - perhaps around 30hp.This should make cruising at highway speeds more relaxed while still delivering excellent low-end torque for off-road riding.The weight is also reportedly lower, Which should improve handling.Overall, The 450 looks like a nicely improved evolution of the proven himalayan platform.My expectations are high for a more powerful, Lighter and feature-rich middleweight adventure tourer.Likelihood of purchasei'd say there's a good chance i'll seriously consider purchasing the himalayan 450 when it becomes available.It hits a real sweet spot in terms of power, Capability and price.The addition of navigation, Abs and other features make it an even more well-rounded package.As an experienced adventure rider currently without a middleweight tourer in my garage, The royal enfield ticks a lot of boxes for my needs and budget.Unless reviews reveal any major flaws, I could see myself purchasing a himalayan 450 in the future as my main adventure touring motorcycle.It looks like an excellent value proposition in the segment.

John's Himalayan 450 gives mileage of 30 kmpl
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Gopinath
Gopinath (Verified User)
Newbie

Awesome Bike

The Enfield Himalayan is an outstanding bike, known for its light and easy-to-ride nature. The convenience of the self-starter eliminates the need for kick-starting, and the effective side stand makes parking effortless. The digital central console is user-friendly and easy to read. While designed primarily for off-road applications, its ride handling on city roads is commendable. The bike's rugged and distinctive appearance adds to its appeal, and the engine springs to life effortlessly with the self-start button. Smooth and easy gear shifts enhance the overall riding experience. The Himalayan is not only easy to handle but also versatile, suitable for both city commuting and off-road adventures. Although yet to be taken on the highway for off-road travel, it stands out as a great bike that excels in both urban and adventurous settings.Royal Enfield has successfully delivered a winner in this segment, offering an affordable option that is truly impressive. A potential owner myself, I am drawn to its overall greatness.

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Raviteja
Raviteja (Verified User)
Newbie

Ragured adventure

It was looking ragured adventure looks and it speedoconsole was fully digital i think it have the all the information in like distance to empty gear position indicator etc i engine we see that there was no twins to engine so i was not a air cooled engine i think it was liquid cooled engine i think it will be compitator to the ktm adventure 390 but one disappoint ment was i doesnt have the tubeless tyree and 2st royal enfield by having the fully led set up like head lamp look at those indicator i was looking like a bmw 1250 gs it have the so many option i tank design was awesome it look like bulky front wind shield design was changed mudguard also looking good at last most awaited bikes in adventure segment all are looking for the launch date of the himalayan 450

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Ranbir Suri
Ranbir Suri

The Ultimate Explorer

The Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 is a versatile explorer which is tailored to meet different terrains with unmatched competence. This features a 750cc engine, which comes with steady performance for adventure. Its full suspension with well braced chassis make it overlook the rough roads. A well-equipped motorcycle with details like a windscreen, luggage rack and adjustable seat makes it convenient and functional while doing long journeys. Be it throughout tough peaks or jam-packed city thoroughfares, the Himalayan 450 provides a thrilling yet dependable ride that any adventure fan will cherish.

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