Royal Enfield Himalayan BS6 Price, Colors, Specification


Royal Enfield Himalayan with a tagline of “Built For All Roads. Built For No Roads” launched back in 2016 is now come up with a new BS-6 compliant engine.

The old model with built quality issues like braking of chassis into two pieces is rectified as the new Himalayan comes up with a new reinforced chassis, sub-frame, and swingarm.

The engines is also re-tuned to meet the new BS-6 emission norms which increased the weight by 5Kg and decreased 0.5Ps of power. The new bike now produces 24.3Bhp of max-power.

Although the Royal Enfield changed the delivery of power output. The throttle is now crisp and the bike feels peppier than the outgoing model.

The Himalayan is now more fun where there are no roads as now riders can disable the rear ABS with the button given on the instrument cluster. Engaging gears now feel smoother than the previous model. It would be cherry on the cake if Royal Enfield have given a slipper clutch in the bike. It would have made the clutch more lighter.

Here are the Specifications of the Royal Enfield Himalayan BS-6

Engine Capacity 411 cc, single-cylinder, Air-cooled
Max Power 24.3Bhp @6500rpm
Max Torque 32Nm @4500rpm
Mileage  30 kmpl
Transmission 5 Speed Manual
Kerb Weight 199 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 15 litres

Brakes, Suspension And Wheels

ABS(Anti-lock Braking System) Yes, switchable ABS
Front Wheel Spoke, 90/90 – 21 inch
Rear Wheel Spoke, 120/90 – 17 inch
Tubeless Tyres NO
Front Suspensions Telescopic, 41 mm forks, 200 mm travel
Rear Suspensions Monoshock with linkage, 180 mm wheel travel
Front Disk Brake 2 piston, 300mm Disc brake
Rear Disk Brake Single piston, 240mm Disc brake
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The 2021 model also benefits from Royal Enfield’s Tripper Navigation system. The navigation system is powered by Google Maps and it works with the Royal Enfield smartphone application to give turn-by-turn directions.

Improved Seat for a comfortable ride

The seat is now more comfortable so that you can put on some extra miles without getting tired. the seat height remains the same 800mm with 220mm of ground clearance.

Dual Purpose Tyres

Royal Enfield Himalayan comes with stock CEAT GRIPP-XL 90/90 21 inch tyre in front which costs around 2635 rs. On the rear, it comes with CEAT GRIPP-XL 120/90 17 inch which costs around 3090 rs.

Royal Enfield Himalayan Colors And Price

Gravel Grey INR 2,14,869 (Ex-showroom)
Lake Blue INR 2,18,688 (Ex-showroom)
Rock Red INR 2,18,688 (Ex-showroom)
Mirage Silver INR 2,18,688 (Ex-showroom)
Pine Green INR 2,22,560 (Ex-showroom)
Granite Black INR 2,22,560 (Ex-showroom)

Royal Enfield have also launched a less adventure focused version of Himalayan that is the royal Enfield scram 411




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