Royal Enfield Himalayan Deliveries To Start In December

Royal Enfield Himalayan Deliveries To Start In December

News by Team Drivio | 30 Nov 2023

While Royal Enfield has started the production of the new Himalayan, the dealerships will start receiving batches of new bikes in the first week of December.

  • The prices of the new Royal Enfield start at Rs 2.69 lakh.
  • The Himalayan gets a new engine, new frame, upside-down front forks, riding modes, all-LED lighting, new tyres, and new brakes.
  • The new Himalayan 452 is available in five color options across three variants.

After launching it at the recently-concluded “Motoverse” (previously known as “Rider Mania”) with a starting price of Rs 2.69 lakh, Royal Enfield has announced that it will start the deliveries of the all-new Himalayan in December 2023. While the production of the new Royal Enfield Himalayan has already commenced, the dealerships across the country will start receiving the bikes in the first week of December 2023. To some extent draws rivalry from Hero XPulse 200V, Yezdi Adventure, and others.

SpecificationNew Royal Enfield Himalayan
EngineSingle-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 451.65cc
Maximum power40 PS @ 8,000 rpm
Maximum torque40 Nm @ 5,500 rpm

Replacing the previous-generation Himalayan 411, the new Royal Enfield Himalayan features an all-new design, which looks like an evolved form of the former. The Himalayan gets all LED illumination for the headlamp, turn indicators, and tail lamps. The new version of the Himalayan also gets a revised windscreen, front and rear fenders, fuel tank, and split seats.

Underneath the new design, the Royal Enfield Himalayan gets revised mechanicals, with a new engine, suspension, tyres, and brakes. Along with a new liquid-cooled 452cc engine, the new Himalayan also gets upside-down 41mm telescopic front forks, rear mono-shock, new CEAT tyres with a wider profile for the rear, and larger front and rear brakes. The Himalayan also gets new features like riding modes with switchable ABS, assist and slipper clutch, and a new 4.0-inch TFT instrument console.