Royal Enfield Himalayan Updates and News
Royal Enfield Himalayan 650 likely to launch in 2019:
Talking about the Affordable Adventure Tourer Bike Segment in India, we currently have only Royal Enfield Himalayan as an option. In the coming months, India will launch a Adventure Tourer Bike with an affordable price. Hero XPulse and KTM 390 are the most anticipated bike bikes.
According to ReviewDekha, joining the party will be a new 650cc Himalayan. Himalayan 650 will place Royal Enfield as a proper adventure cruiser manufacturer. Rumors are rife that the company is developing a new Himalayan based adventure tureer, in which the company will have a new 650 cc engine with separate chassis and other mechanical bits. The newly developed 648cc parallel twin engine started with 650 twins and was highly appreciated by enthusiasts.
According to the sources, it is confirmed that Royal Enfield Himalayan wih ABS booking has been started. This new bike will be launched in September 2018 in the country. ABS will give this bike full adventure bike meaning. This will be more expensive up to Rs 10,000-12,000 compared to the existing model available. Dealers have also informed that the delivery of Royal Enfield Himalayan ABS will be started by September 15th.
Now coming to the Royal Enfield Himalayan review, it had entered in the Indian two-wheeler market with an aggressive price point of ₹ 1.55 Lakh (ex-showroom, Munbai) and ₹ 1.78 Lakh (On-Road) at t.he Delhi Auto Expo 2016.
Mr. Siddharth Lal, MD and CEO of Eicher Motors Ltd said, during the launch of the Royal Enfield Himalayan, Royal Enfield Himalayan is the best bike ever for 60 years of Royal Enfield. This is why this Adventure Tourer Bullet is special. Let’s know. Have a look on the know Royal Enfield Himalayan review 2019.
Royal Enfield Himalayan Design and Looks
Talking about Himalayan’s design, it looks a bit outdated, but the company has kept it still. Round headlight, long windscreen, round mirrors can attract anyone’s attention. The distance between the fuel tank and the seat is sufficient. The Himalayan is designed for a special place, if it is considered, then in that sense it is a great bike.
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Royal Enfield Himalayan is specially designed with the attention of the adventure lovers. Its look is also given on the same pattern. It will prove to be a good bike for people fond of biking on racing or hill slopes. The long handlebar with the 21 inch front wheel and 17-inch rear veal makes the Himalayan look attractive. Its most remarkable thing is that with its coming into the Indian automotive sector, a new bike segment has been added to an ‘adventure tourer’ in two-wheeler segments.
Royal Enfield Himalayan Engine and Power
Talking about the engine and performance, the Royal Enfield Himalayan has 411 cc, single cylinder, overhead cam, air-cooled engine. It generates torque of 24.5 bhp and torque of 32Nm. In this sense, the engine is strong, no one can afford to worry.
Royal Enfield Himalayan Performance
RE Himalayan offers dynamic performance as it offers accessible power and is featured with the unintimidating nature of the engine. It has been made up on light chassis, in result the bike offers better stability performance in the pit roads and heavy city traffic.
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Royal Enfield Himalayan Gets Termignoni’s Performance Exhaust
Now, there is also a good news for Himalayan riders, the bike will be updated with the Termignoni’s a special dedicated exhaust system, whereby the performance of the Himalayan will increase.
Due to Termignoni’s sleep-on exhaust, the bike’s power output has increased by 0.7 bhp. There’s an increase of 1.65 nm in its torque. Overall, this execution has resulted in better performance of bike and especially off-road performance.
Royal Enfield Himalayan Review – Features and Equipment
Talk about features and equipment, so what’s not in the bike. With the digital gear indicator, there are two trip meters, average speed display, side stand indicator, clock, temperature gauge and so on and also compass. The best part is that the fuel is fueling through the carburetor, which can be seen in any remote area, but its problem can be seen.
Royal Enfield Himalayan Review – Braking Power
Talking about the braking system, front and rear brakes are good. Rear brakes give a lot of friction compared to the front. Rear brakes accumulate well on raw, rocky roads. Keeps the grip on the mountains and rocky roads.
Royal Enfield Himalayan Comfortablity
The Himalayan seat is quite convincing. You do not even feel tired on a row of 3 to 4 hours continuously. At the same time, the lesser height of the 800mm seat also does not allow the exhaustion of the journey.
Royal Enfield Himalayan Handling power
A special thing is its rear monashock in the Himalayas, which is for the first time in a Royal Enfield. In the case of handling it can be called a better bike than Royal Enfield.
Royal Enfield Himalayan Price in India
Royal Enfield Himalayan has been priced at a price tag of 1,56,000 Ex-showroom, Mumbai. The price is the same in your city.
Royal Enfield Himalayan Mileage
Talking about the the Himalayan fuel efficiency, the Royal Enfield claims that the bike offers around 36.26 kmpl mileage. But we are telling that the actual bike only gives mileage of 29.48kmpl in city and 34.53kmpl on the highway.
Royal Enfield Himalayan is Different Model from Other RE Bikes
Himalayan is totally isolated bike from the Royal Enfield company’s first popular models such as Bullet, Classic, Thunderbird, and Continental GT of two-wheeler unit of Eicher motors, separate from these enclosures of Royal Enfield. This bike is built on the adventurer base. This bike is a new version of Royal Enfield for exciting travelers.