Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 Launch In India To Happen On 24 November, Pre-bookings On
Article by Drivio | 8th Nov 23
The off-road ready middleweight ADV arrives in a never seen before classy avatar.
- Royal Enfield has announced the launch of the Himalayan 450 adventure tourer in India on November 24th, 2023.
- The new 450cc ADV will fill the void left by the discontinued Royal Enfield Himalayan 411.
- With added power and improved components, the Himalayan 450 aims to be a versatile all-rounder for city and off-road use.
After discontinuing the entry-level Himalayan 411 last month, Royal Enfield is now gearing up to launch the hotly anticipated Himalayan 450 in India on November 24. The new middleweight adventure bike will compete directly against the Hero XPulse 200 4V, KTM ADV 390 in the accessible off-road segment. The ADV bike can be pre-booked at a booking amount of Rs 5000 at any RE dealership pan India
Here are the details on what the new 450cc Royal Enfield ADV brings to the table.
India Launch Date Confirmed
Royal Enfield has confirmed that the Himalayan 450 will officially launch in India on November 24th. Pre-bookings at Rs 5,000 are already open across the country. Though pricing is unrevealed, it is expected around Rs 2.5 lakh. The 450 revives Royal Enfield's presence in the middle-weight adventure segment left void by the 411's demise.
With on/off-road versatility, the 450 competes against Hero XPulse 200 4V, KTM 250 Adventure and Bajaj NS200 Adventure. However, premium fit/finish may mean slight premium over rivals. Price reveal will confirm if Royal Enfield has struck the right balance of price and performance for loyalists.
|New Royal Enfield Himalayan 450|
|Engine||450cc, single cylinder, air-cooled|
Enhanced Performance & Capability
At the heart of the Himalayan 450 is an all-new 450cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled fuel-injected engine producing 40hp and 45Nm torque. The motor promises to add extra grunt while retaining the 411's tractable nature. Mated to a 5-speed gearbox, the power-plant aims to deliver improved acceleration and cruising abilities compared to the 411.
Adding to the performance will be beefier components like better-tuned suspension and dual-purpose tyres. Upfront is a more adjustable long-travel telescopic fork while the rear gets a preload-adjustable monoshock. The 21-inch front and 17-inch rear spoke wheels come wrapped in dual-sport oriented knobby tyres. With its improved spec-sheet, the Himalayan 450 is positioned as a highly capable middleweight ADV for off-road exploration and commuting versatility.
Feature-Rich & Refined
In terms of features, the new Himalayan 450 will pack in quite a few segment-first goodies. The ADV tourer will come equipped with a digital-analog instrument cluster integrating navigation. Adding to comfort will be a two-stage heated seat for cold weather riding.
Royal Enfield has also worked on refining the overall fit and finish. The 450 uses improved switchgear and comes painted in unique dual-tone color options. While retaining its characteristic rugged appeal, the new model aims to feel more premium in terms of quality and refinement.