Royal Enfield Himalayan Summary
|Max Power||24.3 bhp @ 6,500|
|No of Gears||5|
|Mileage||32 kilometers per litre|
|Battery||12 volt, 8 AH MF|
Royal Enfield Himalayan Variants Price List
Royal Enfield Himalayan prices starts at ₹ 1.92 Lakh (Avg. Ex-Showroom Price) in India. Royal Enfield Himalayan is available in 6 variants - Standard - BS VI , Sleet and Gravel Grey , Dual Tone - BS VI , Standard - BS VI , Dual Tone - BS VI , Pine Green and Granite Black and 3 colours.
|Himalayan Standard - BS VI ||₹ 1.92 Lakh|
|Himalayan Sleet and Gravel Grey ||₹ 1.94 Lakh|
|Himalayan Dual Tone - BS VI ||₹ 1.96 Lakh|
|Himalayan Standard - BS VI ||₹ 2.01 Lakh|
|Himalayan Dual Tone - BS VI ||₹ 2.05 Lakh|
|Himalayan Pine Green and Granite Black||₹ 2.08 Lakh|
Royal Enfield Himalayan Colours
- Limited Edition
Royal Enfield Himalayan Mileage
The Royal Enfield Himalayan Mileage is 32 kilometers per litre.
Royal Enfield Himalayan Videos
Royal Enfield Himalayan Highlights
The Himalayan is an all-terrain motorcycle from Royal Enfield. The Himalayan is the first motorcycle from Royal Enfield that focuses on all terrains. Therefore, it has been designed with minimal creases, lines, and a windscreen above the typical rounded headlamp to give it a rough-edged look compared to other standard Enfield motorcycles. For 2021, the Himalayan gets the brand’s Tripper navigation unit, new colour schemes, and minor changes to the frame around the fuel tank.
The Royal Enfield Himalayan is the first all-terrain motorcycle from Royal Enfield. In terms of dimensions, the all-terrain motorcycle is 2,190mm in overall length, 840mm in overall width, and 1,360mm in overall height. As for the others, the ground clearance is an impressive 220mm, while the kerb weight is 199kg. The fuel tank can take a maximum of 15-litres.
Engine & Transmission
The Royal Enfield Himalayan comes powered by a 411cc air-cooled single-cylinder mill, which is capable of churning out 24.3bhp of power and 32Nm of peak torque. The power is sent to the rear wheel via a five-speed manual transmission. On the economy front, the Royal Enfield Himalayan mileage is rated at 30km/l.
The Royal Enfield Himalayan gets its suspension duties fulfilled from beefy 41mm telescopic forks at the front and a monoshock with linkage at the back. The all-terrain bike is built around a half-duplex split cradle frame, while it gets a 90/90-21 and a 120/90-17 tyre at the front and the rear, respectively. The Himalayan comes with a 300mm disc at the front and a 240mm disc at the rear.
The Royal Enfield Himalayan new model gets off-road aids including switchable ABS as part of the safety electronics. The headlamp of the Himalayan is a halogen unit while the taillamp is an LED unit. The instrument cluster is divided into an analogue speedometer, tachometer and a multi-information display to show a host of information. Moreover, the bike now also gets Royal Enfield’s Tripper navigation unit, which shows turn-by-turn navigation.
Price & Variants
The Royal Enfield Himalayan comes in three variants. The Royal Enfield Himalayan price (as of early-2021) is ₹2.01 lakh for the Standard BS-VI variant, ₹2.04 lakh for the Dual-tone BS-VI variant, and ₹2.08 lakh for the Pine Green/Granite Black BS-VI variant. The Himalayan comes with a standard 2-year warranty from Royal Enfield. For the Royal Enfield Himalayan on-road price, be sure to check our price section.