Royal Enfield Himalayan Specs, Price and Review

Royal Enfield Himalayan Review
Royal Enfield Himalayan Review

Royal Enfield Himalayan Specs, Price and Review

Royal Enfield Himalayan Review
Royal Enfield Himalayan White

Royal Enfield Himalayan specs, Price and Review

Royal Enfield Himalayan Bike launch
Royal Enfield Himalayan Bike launch

This time, Royal Enfield has come up with a new bike named Himalayan and this bike is going to hit the Indian Market on 16 March 2016. Royal Enfield is the oldest motorcycle brand in continuous production with 115 years of unbroken heritage. The Himalayan is Royal Enfield’s most versatile motorcycle which is able to take the rider wherever the rider wants to go. Whether it is an on a road trip or an off road trip this bike has the potential to take you everywhere across the globe. Here are the specifications of the bike which makes this bike the most versatile bike.

Royal Enfield Himalayan Specification

  • The engine in the Royal Enfield Himalayan is a 410cc engine. It has a single cylinder, air cooled, 4 stroke SOHC engine.

    Royal Enfield Himalayan Engine
    Royal Enfield Himalayan Engine
  • The torque generated by this bike is 32 NM @ 4000 – 4500 RPM and the power output is 24 BHP @ 6500 RPM.
  • This bike has got a 5 Speed Constant Mesh Gearbox.
  • The Monoshock is provided for the first time in a Royal Enfield Bike.
  • The length of the bike is 2190 mm.
  • The width of the bike is 840 mm.
  • The height of the bike is 1360 mm.
  • The seat height of the bike is 800 mm.
  • The net weight of the bike is 182 kg.
  • It has a 220 mm ground clearance.
  • The fuel tank capacity is 15 Litre.
  • Electric Start Engine
  • Speedometer is analog

    Royal Enfield Himalayan Speedometer
    Royal Enfield Himalayan Speedometer
  • Tachometer is analog
  • Tripmeter is digital
  • Odometer is digital
  • Clock is digital
  • Fuel Gauge is analog
  • Compass is digital
  • Low oil Indicator is provided
  • Low Battery Indicator is provided
Royal Enfield Himalayan
Royal Enfield Himalayan
Royal Enfield Himalayan
Royal Enfield Himalayan

Royal Enfield Himalayan Specification in detail:

Talking about the suspension the Royal Enfield Himalayan has the Monoshock suspension which is introduced for the first time in any Royal Enfield Bike. This suspension will keep the tyre in contact with the road and will provide the rider a comfortable ride in any situation. This bike has got a ground clearance of about 220 mm so the rider can pass through the bumpy roads with confidence. About the tyres the diameter of the front tyre is 21 inches and the diameter of the rear tyre is 17 inch. Larger in diameter the front tyre will give enough confidence to the rider to take over the rocks and nuts and the rear tyre with less diameter will provide excellent traction. These tyres with dual diameter will give a good grip and good performance to take the bike to the most difficult terrains.

Royal Enfield Himalayan Tyre
Royal Enfield Himalayan Tyre

The handlebar has been optimized, the seat and foot peg positioning has be modified and the fuel tank has been made narrow. All this has been done to make the rider to switch the position from sitting posture to stand and ride position whenever necessary or whenever the terrain demands the change in position. The exhaust of the Royal Enfield Himalayan is shifted a little upwards. This position of the exhaust will allow the rider to go deep in the rock filled water crossings. The instrument cluster of the Royal Enfield Himalayan is improvised. This cluster will keep a track of the speed, direction, temperature, time, service intervals. The Royal Enfield Himalayan comes with the luggage mounting points at the front and the back. Now with this option, rider can take whatever the rider wants to take on the ride whether the luggage contains an array of hard panniers, soft luggage, jerry cans or the rider can carry extra fuel. The fuel tank capacity of the Royal Enfield Himalayan is 15 litres. The seat height of the Royal Enfield Himalayan is 800 mm making it sure that the riders feet touch the ground all the time. The headlamp is placed at a higher position to ensure the better projection of light so that the rider can see everything.

Engine of Royal Enfield Himalayan

About the engine, the engine of Royal Enfield Himalayan is an LS410 Engine. The LS-means long stroke which is the DNA of Royal Enfield and 410 means 410 cc engine. This engine will provide the key low-end torque which will help the rider to get the usable amount of power even at low RPM for the city condition and will provide all the pulling power when the rider is off the road. Keeping in mind the real world conditions the engine of the Himalayan is designed which will give a healthy spread of torque across the RPM and will also ensure that the rider is not left hunting for drive, This engine will provide a good low end and mid-range torque which will ensure that the riders clear the obstacles and this engine also provide sufficient top end power to give the power to the rider to cruise the highway all day long. The Crank of the engine has the robust 3 piece construction shaft, which is combined with a counter balance. There are fewer moving parts which will reduce unwanted vibrations and to smoothen the overall riding experience. The external cooling system for the crankcase oil will control the temperature of the engine even in the hottest temperature environment.

Royal Enfield Himalayan Price

The expected price of Royal Enfield Himalayan bike is around 1,75,000 INR to 1,80,000 INR. However, this price may vary.

The fans of the Royal Enfield were complaining that the Royal Enfield was not bringing any change in their motorcycles. But this time, Royal Enfield has not disappointed its fans. With the launch of Himalayan, the fans of Royal Enfield must be very happy. All we have to do is wait for this bike to hit the Indian Market and watch what this bike will do in the Indian Market.

Watch the Royal Enfield Himalayan Story in the Video Below:

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