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Reviews of Royal Enfield Himalayan 450

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4.8/5

61 Ratings

13 Reviews

5 star

79%

4 star

20%

3 star

0%

2 star

2%

1 star

0%

₹ 2,85,000
Avg. Ex-Showroom price

Rating Parameters

(out of 5)

4

Visual Appeal


4

Reliability


4

Comfort


4

Service Experience


4

Value for Money

Reviews on Himalayan 450

  • Most Helpful (13)
  • Most Recent (13)
  • Critical (0)
  • Positive (13)
  • Best bike ever

    13 weeks ago


    Shudhanshu Mishra

    RE Himalayan only can solve all the purposes. The best experience with buying this is with an agent at the store. You can't imagine the riding experience, it always exceeds the expectations. It's very comfortable for long rides, City rides, adventure tours, or anything you want. The look has completely changed compared to the previous version. It is actually an eye-catching and royal bike. Maintaining this bike is always pocket-friendly, and maintenance will not cost much. You have all the pros, but the only con is the price of this bike launched at a very high cost.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    4

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience


    5

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    < 3 months

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    8


    9


  • Good bike for long ride

    9 weeks ago


    Harshal

    The bike ride experience is awesome. I ride a bike awesome. Looking bike is superb every 5000km service interval.
    No cons on this bike just like I want a tubeless tyre rim. The price is also good just a little bit high on color. I booked this bike on the 10th of September. And I purchase a bike on 26 December 2023. Please buy this bike.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    5

    Comfort


    5

    Service Experience


    5

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Tours

    Owned for

    6 months-1 yr

    Ridden for

    > 15000 kms

    Tips for other riders

    Change oil every 3000km And oil lube on chain

    Was this review helpful?

    2


    3


  • Royal Enfield Himalayan 450

    9 weeks ago


    Milton

    I had never owned this bike but based on my experience it is amazing in the way of looks, performance, services, etc, and it is value for money. Regularly change the engine oil and other fluids to keep the bike's vital components well-lubricated. Clean or replace air filters to ensure the engine is free.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    4

    Visual Appeal


    3

    Reliability


    4

    Comfort


    3

    Service Experience


    4

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    Never owned

    Tips for other riders

    Regularly check and change the engine oil and other fluids to keep the bike's vital components well-lubricated. Clean or replace air filters to ensure the engine breathes freely, promoting optimal combustion and performance

    Was this review helpful?

    1


    7


  • 10 out of 10 Bike.

    7 weeks ago


    Sarfaraj Khilji

    The Himalayan 450 by Royal Enfield is a Superb Bike. The first time you can see Liquid Cooled Engine and Full 4 Navigation System on the Bike. The bike is quite amazing in Looks and all. I suggest this Bike to buy. and you will never regret of lack of Power and torque. You can ride this on any road or no road.
    Amazing bike From Royal Enfield.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    3

    Reliability


    5

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience


    5

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Tours

    Owned for

    Never owned

    Was this review helpful?

    3


    2


  • Ownership experience

    6 weeks ago


    Prem

    RE showroom experience was good except they messed up my insurance details.
    Superb suspension at stock settings with 845 mm seat height (my height is 178 cm); able to place both heels on the ground, good riding triangle and comfortable, good flick ability for an adventure bike on tarmac
    Looks are subjective, I like the old design more however feels and is massive with good road presence; feels like a toned-down version of the Duke 390 engine; miss the 411 low-end torque, and needs to keep above 3,000 rpm however feels peppy and engaged post 4k; improved brakes; optimal instrument console height and angle
    Good service.
    will share things that I feel need improvement.
    # Though it looks good, functionally not a fan of the rear/brake light indicator combo.
    # when the bike is inside the stand, it leans way too much.
    # Switch gear especially the pass switch isn't ideal to operate and requires effort and adjustment
    # The headlamp is poor for night / early morning riding
    # For navigation to fully function with maps shown in the top half of the display, the screen needs to stay on (Android auto/car play support would be nice)
    # Heaviness can be felt when trying to park or move around (need to be at high fitness levels)
    # In stock condition for an adventure tourer, a crash guard would be expected as many of the vehicles nowadays come with it; not a fan of hybrid bash plates.
    Though I miss the low-end torque of the previous gen, I am ok with the new engine's peppiness which for me seems like an agreeable tradeoff.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    4

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience


    4

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    < 3 months

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Tips for other riders

    for running in, keep the engine below 4k for the first 500 kms and below 6k for the next 1500 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    18


    2


  • Thrill Machine on Two Wheels: My Himalayan, My Adrenaline Fix

    6 weeks ago


    Mohd Asim Khan

    Every twist of the Himalayan's throttle is an invitation to adrenaline heaven. This 450cc beast isn't for the faint of heart. It carves corners with razor-sharp precision, pops wheelies with mischievous glee, and leaves a grin plastered across my face all the way home. Responsive handling, grippy tires, and pure riding joy make every ride an exhilarating adventure. 5 stars for igniting my inner thrill-seeker!

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    4

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    4

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience


    4

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Daily Commute

    Owned for

    < 3 months

    Ridden for

    5000-10000 kms

    Tips for other riders

    Invest in a quality toolkit and keep it on board. You never know when you might need to fix a flat tire or tighten a loose bolt on the trail. Remember, a well-maintained Himalayan is a happy Himalayan. Take care of your trusty steed, and it will take you on countless adventures for years to come!

    Was this review helpful?

    5


    3


  • Superb Bike

    2 weeks ago


    Vaibhav

    The riding experience of this bike was very good I like the mileage capacity of this bike. The rideability of this bike is very good in long drives and off-road drives, tires are very good. The servicing and maintenance cost of this bike is very low Gets a mileage of 35 on the highway Royal Enfield has been a very strong pillar in the Indian motorcycle scene. With bikes like the Bullet 350 and then eventually the Classic 350 helped the brand come back to the forefront of the industry after being on the brink of shutting shop. After the success of the Classic 350 got RE, the company began to experiment with different formats and also expanded its RnD operations beyond just India. One product as a result of this expansion was the Himalayan 411 launched in 2016. It was not perfect at launch but the intent of the bike and future revisions meant that it would soon become a global commercial success for the company. But, that bike, as nice as it was, had a few shortcomings. It was heavy, felt underpowered on the roads, and was not the most sophisticated. All that is in the past now with the grand arrival of what Royal Enfield is calling the all-new Himalayan. A liquid-cooled engine, a modern chassis, and modern electronics are all in a lighter package. RE is ticking all the right boxes so far but does it have the same friendly, non-intimidating nature that made the OG Himalayan a runaway success? Cue the mind montage!

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    5

    Comfort


    5

    Service Experience


    5

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    > 1 yr

    Ridden for

    > 15000 kms

    Tips for other riders

    Use This bike all type of ride

    Was this review helpful?

    3


    6


  • Most Eligible Bike

    6 days ago


    Sudipta Ghosh

    This Bike Is Not A Bike Is A Emotion. I love This Bike.
    And I Am Happy about that. So you can Buy this Bike. It's a Really Good And So comfortable bike that is so good for adventures and long and I like it because is so smooth riding and so powerful and has very good mileage in my right literally thanks to Royal Enfield making this bike.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    5

    Comfort


    5

    Service Experience


    5

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    < 3 months

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Tips for other riders

    I am So Happy For This Bike

    Was this review helpful?

    1


    0


  • Bike for all roads

    3 weeks ago


    S Singph

    Own a Kamet White. Looks bigger and neat than other colours, my personal opinion. The riding stance, comfort, good ground clearance, enough power and decent mileage makes it a perfect adventure touring bike in the price range.
    But having a tube tyres is going to be a concern for the riders. Go for it.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    4

    Reliability


    5

    Comfort


    3

    Service Experience


    4

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Tours

    Owned for

    > 1 yr

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Tips for other riders

    Follow owner's manual.

    Was this review helpful?

    3


    3

  • Best bike ever

    13 weeks ago


    Shudhanshu Mishra

    RE Himalayan only can solve all the purposes. The best experience with buying this is with an agent at the store. You can't imagine the riding experience, it always exceeds the expectations. It's very comfortable for long rides, City rides, adventure tours, or anything you want. The look has completely changed compared to the previous version. It is actually an eye-catching and royal bike. Maintaining this bike is always pocket-friendly, and maintenance will not cost much. You have all the pros, but the only con is the price of this bike launched at a very high cost.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    4

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience


    5

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    < 3 months

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    8


    9


  • Good bike for long ride

    9 weeks ago


    Harshal

    The bike ride experience is awesome. I ride a bike awesome. Looking bike is superb every 5000km service interval.
    No cons on this bike just like I want a tubeless tyre rim. The price is also good just a little bit high on color. I booked this bike on the 10th of September. And I purchase a bike on 26 December 2023. Please buy this bike.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    5

    Comfort


    5

    Service Experience


    5

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Tours

    Owned for

    6 months-1 yr

    Ridden for

    > 15000 kms

    Tips for other riders

    Change oil every 3000km And oil lube on chain

    Was this review helpful?

    2


    3


  • Royal Enfield Himalayan 450

    9 weeks ago


    Milton

    I had never owned this bike but based on my experience it is amazing in the way of looks, performance, services, etc, and it is value for money. Regularly change the engine oil and other fluids to keep the bike's vital components well-lubricated. Clean or replace air filters to ensure the engine is free.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    4

    Visual Appeal


    3

    Reliability


    4

    Comfort


    3

    Service Experience


    4

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    Never owned

    Tips for other riders

    Regularly check and change the engine oil and other fluids to keep the bike's vital components well-lubricated. Clean or replace air filters to ensure the engine breathes freely, promoting optimal combustion and performance

    Was this review helpful?

    1


    7


  • 10 out of 10 Bike.

    7 weeks ago


    Sarfaraj Khilji

    The Himalayan 450 by Royal Enfield is a Superb Bike. The first time you can see Liquid Cooled Engine and Full 4 Navigation System on the Bike. The bike is quite amazing in Looks and all. I suggest this Bike to buy. and you will never regret of lack of Power and torque. You can ride this on any road or no road.
    Amazing bike From Royal Enfield.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    3

    Reliability


    5

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience


    5

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Tours

    Owned for

    Never owned

    Was this review helpful?

    3


    2


  • Ownership experience

    6 weeks ago


    Prem

    RE showroom experience was good except they messed up my insurance details.
    Superb suspension at stock settings with 845 mm seat height (my height is 178 cm); able to place both heels on the ground, good riding triangle and comfortable, good flick ability for an adventure bike on tarmac
    Looks are subjective, I like the old design more however feels and is massive with good road presence; feels like a toned-down version of the Duke 390 engine; miss the 411 low-end torque, and needs to keep above 3,000 rpm however feels peppy and engaged post 4k; improved brakes; optimal instrument console height and angle
    Good service.
    will share things that I feel need improvement.
    # Though it looks good, functionally not a fan of the rear/brake light indicator combo.
    # when the bike is inside the stand, it leans way too much.
    # Switch gear especially the pass switch isn't ideal to operate and requires effort and adjustment
    # The headlamp is poor for night / early morning riding
    # For navigation to fully function with maps shown in the top half of the display, the screen needs to stay on (Android auto/car play support would be nice)
    # Heaviness can be felt when trying to park or move around (need to be at high fitness levels)
    # In stock condition for an adventure tourer, a crash guard would be expected as many of the vehicles nowadays come with it; not a fan of hybrid bash plates.
    Though I miss the low-end torque of the previous gen, I am ok with the new engine's peppiness which for me seems like an agreeable tradeoff.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    4

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience


    4

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    < 3 months

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Tips for other riders

    for running in, keep the engine below 4k for the first 500 kms and below 6k for the next 1500 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    18


    2


  • Thrill Machine on Two Wheels: My Himalayan, My Adrenaline Fix

    6 weeks ago


    Mohd Asim Khan

    Every twist of the Himalayan's throttle is an invitation to adrenaline heaven. This 450cc beast isn't for the faint of heart. It carves corners with razor-sharp precision, pops wheelies with mischievous glee, and leaves a grin plastered across my face all the way home. Responsive handling, grippy tires, and pure riding joy make every ride an exhilarating adventure. 5 stars for igniting my inner thrill-seeker!

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    4

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    4

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience


    4

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Daily Commute

    Owned for

    < 3 months

    Ridden for

    5000-10000 kms

    Tips for other riders

    Invest in a quality toolkit and keep it on board. You never know when you might need to fix a flat tire or tighten a loose bolt on the trail. Remember, a well-maintained Himalayan is a happy Himalayan. Take care of your trusty steed, and it will take you on countless adventures for years to come!

    Was this review helpful?

    5


    3


  • Superb Bike

    2 weeks ago


    Vaibhav

    The riding experience of this bike was very good I like the mileage capacity of this bike. The rideability of this bike is very good in long drives and off-road drives, tires are very good. The servicing and maintenance cost of this bike is very low Gets a mileage of 35 on the highway Royal Enfield has been a very strong pillar in the Indian motorcycle scene. With bikes like the Bullet 350 and then eventually the Classic 350 helped the brand come back to the forefront of the industry after being on the brink of shutting shop. After the success of the Classic 350 got RE, the company began to experiment with different formats and also expanded its RnD operations beyond just India. One product as a result of this expansion was the Himalayan 411 launched in 2016. It was not perfect at launch but the intent of the bike and future revisions meant that it would soon become a global commercial success for the company. But, that bike, as nice as it was, had a few shortcomings. It was heavy, felt underpowered on the roads, and was not the most sophisticated. All that is in the past now with the grand arrival of what Royal Enfield is calling the all-new Himalayan. A liquid-cooled engine, a modern chassis, and modern electronics are all in a lighter package. RE is ticking all the right boxes so far but does it have the same friendly, non-intimidating nature that made the OG Himalayan a runaway success? Cue the mind montage!

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    5

    Comfort


    5

    Service Experience


    5

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    > 1 yr

    Ridden for

    > 15000 kms

    Tips for other riders

    Use This bike all type of ride

    Was this review helpful?

    3


    6


  • Most Eligible Bike

    6 days ago


    Sudipta Ghosh

    This Bike Is Not A Bike Is A Emotion. I love This Bike.
    And I Am Happy about that. So you can Buy this Bike. It's a Really Good And So comfortable bike that is so good for adventures and long and I like it because is so smooth riding and so powerful and has very good mileage in my right literally thanks to Royal Enfield making this bike.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    5

    Comfort


    5

    Service Experience


    5

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    < 3 months

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Tips for other riders

    I am So Happy For This Bike

    Was this review helpful?

    1


    0


  • Bike for all roads

    3 weeks ago


    S Singph

    Own a Kamet White. Looks bigger and neat than other colours, my personal opinion. The riding stance, comfort, good ground clearance, enough power and decent mileage makes it a perfect adventure touring bike in the price range.
    But having a tube tyres is going to be a concern for the riders. Go for it.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    4

    Reliability


    5

    Comfort


    3

    Service Experience


    4

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Tours

    Owned for

    > 1 yr

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Tips for other riders

    Follow owner's manual.

    Was this review helpful?

    3


    3

There are no critical reviews for this bike

There are no critical reviews for this bike

  • Best bike ever

    13 weeks ago


    Shudhanshu Mishra

    RE Himalayan only can solve all the purposes. The best experience with buying this is with an agent at the store. You can't imagine the riding experience, it always exceeds the expectations. It's very comfortable for long rides, City rides, adventure tours, or anything you want. The look has completely changed compared to the previous version. It is actually an eye-catching and royal bike. Maintaining this bike is always pocket-friendly, and maintenance will not cost much. You have all the pros, but the only con is the price of this bike launched at a very high cost.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    4

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience


    5

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    < 3 months

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    8


    9


  • Good bike for long ride

    9 weeks ago


    Harshal

    The bike ride experience is awesome. I ride a bike awesome. Looking bike is superb every 5000km service interval.
    No cons on this bike just like I want a tubeless tyre rim. The price is also good just a little bit high on color. I booked this bike on the 10th of September. And I purchase a bike on 26 December 2023. Please buy this bike.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    5

    Comfort


    5

    Service Experience


    5

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Tours

    Owned for

    6 months-1 yr

    Ridden for

    > 15000 kms

    Tips for other riders

    Change oil every 3000km And oil lube on chain

    Was this review helpful?

    2


    3


  • Royal Enfield Himalayan 450

    9 weeks ago


    Milton

    I had never owned this bike but based on my experience it is amazing in the way of looks, performance, services, etc, and it is value for money. Regularly change the engine oil and other fluids to keep the bike's vital components well-lubricated. Clean or replace air filters to ensure the engine is free.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    4

    Visual Appeal


    3

    Reliability


    4

    Comfort


    3

    Service Experience


    4

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    Never owned

    Tips for other riders

    Regularly check and change the engine oil and other fluids to keep the bike's vital components well-lubricated. Clean or replace air filters to ensure the engine breathes freely, promoting optimal combustion and performance

    Was this review helpful?

    1


    7


  • 10 out of 10 Bike.

    7 weeks ago


    Sarfaraj Khilji

    The Himalayan 450 by Royal Enfield is a Superb Bike. The first time you can see Liquid Cooled Engine and Full 4 Navigation System on the Bike. The bike is quite amazing in Looks and all. I suggest this Bike to buy. and you will never regret of lack of Power and torque. You can ride this on any road or no road.
    Amazing bike From Royal Enfield.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    3

    Reliability


    5

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience


    5

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Tours

    Owned for

    Never owned

    Was this review helpful?

    3


    2


  • Ownership experience

    6 weeks ago


    Prem

    RE showroom experience was good except they messed up my insurance details.
    Superb suspension at stock settings with 845 mm seat height (my height is 178 cm); able to place both heels on the ground, good riding triangle and comfortable, good flick ability for an adventure bike on tarmac
    Looks are subjective, I like the old design more however feels and is massive with good road presence; feels like a toned-down version of the Duke 390 engine; miss the 411 low-end torque, and needs to keep above 3,000 rpm however feels peppy and engaged post 4k; improved brakes; optimal instrument console height and angle
    Good service.
    will share things that I feel need improvement.
    # Though it looks good, functionally not a fan of the rear/brake light indicator combo.
    # when the bike is inside the stand, it leans way too much.
    # Switch gear especially the pass switch isn't ideal to operate and requires effort and adjustment
    # The headlamp is poor for night / early morning riding
    # For navigation to fully function with maps shown in the top half of the display, the screen needs to stay on (Android auto/car play support would be nice)
    # Heaviness can be felt when trying to park or move around (need to be at high fitness levels)
    # In stock condition for an adventure tourer, a crash guard would be expected as many of the vehicles nowadays come with it; not a fan of hybrid bash plates.
    Though I miss the low-end torque of the previous gen, I am ok with the new engine's peppiness which for me seems like an agreeable tradeoff.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    4

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience


    4

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    < 3 months

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Tips for other riders

    for running in, keep the engine below 4k for the first 500 kms and below 6k for the next 1500 kms

    Was this review helpful?

    18


    2


  • Thrill Machine on Two Wheels: My Himalayan, My Adrenaline Fix

    6 weeks ago


    Mohd Asim Khan

    Every twist of the Himalayan's throttle is an invitation to adrenaline heaven. This 450cc beast isn't for the faint of heart. It carves corners with razor-sharp precision, pops wheelies with mischievous glee, and leaves a grin plastered across my face all the way home. Responsive handling, grippy tires, and pure riding joy make every ride an exhilarating adventure. 5 stars for igniting my inner thrill-seeker!

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    4

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    4

    Comfort


    4

    Service Experience


    4

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Daily Commute

    Owned for

    < 3 months

    Ridden for

    5000-10000 kms

    Tips for other riders

    Invest in a quality toolkit and keep it on board. You never know when you might need to fix a flat tire or tighten a loose bolt on the trail. Remember, a well-maintained Himalayan is a happy Himalayan. Take care of your trusty steed, and it will take you on countless adventures for years to come!

    Was this review helpful?

    5


    3


  • Superb Bike

    2 weeks ago


    Vaibhav

    The riding experience of this bike was very good I like the mileage capacity of this bike. The rideability of this bike is very good in long drives and off-road drives, tires are very good. The servicing and maintenance cost of this bike is very low Gets a mileage of 35 on the highway Royal Enfield has been a very strong pillar in the Indian motorcycle scene. With bikes like the Bullet 350 and then eventually the Classic 350 helped the brand come back to the forefront of the industry after being on the brink of shutting shop. After the success of the Classic 350 got RE, the company began to experiment with different formats and also expanded its RnD operations beyond just India. One product as a result of this expansion was the Himalayan 411 launched in 2016. It was not perfect at launch but the intent of the bike and future revisions meant that it would soon become a global commercial success for the company. But, that bike, as nice as it was, had a few shortcomings. It was heavy, felt underpowered on the roads, and was not the most sophisticated. All that is in the past now with the grand arrival of what Royal Enfield is calling the all-new Himalayan. A liquid-cooled engine, a modern chassis, and modern electronics are all in a lighter package. RE is ticking all the right boxes so far but does it have the same friendly, non-intimidating nature that made the OG Himalayan a runaway success? Cue the mind montage!

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    5

    Comfort


    5

    Service Experience


    5

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    > 1 yr

    Ridden for

    > 15000 kms

    Tips for other riders

    Use This bike all type of ride

    Was this review helpful?

    3


    6


  • Most Eligible Bike

    6 days ago


    Sudipta Ghosh

    This Bike Is Not A Bike Is A Emotion. I love This Bike.
    And I Am Happy about that. So you can Buy this Bike. It's a Really Good And So comfortable bike that is so good for adventures and long and I like it because is so smooth riding and so powerful and has very good mileage in my right literally thanks to Royal Enfield making this bike.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    5

    Reliability


    5

    Comfort


    5

    Service Experience


    5

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Everything

    Owned for

    < 3 months

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Tips for other riders

    I am So Happy For This Bike

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  • Bike for all roads

    3 weeks ago


    S Singph

    Own a Kamet White. Looks bigger and neat than other colours, my personal opinion. The riding stance, comfort, good ground clearance, enough power and decent mileage makes it a perfect adventure touring bike in the price range.
    But having a tube tyres is going to be a concern for the riders. Go for it.

    Rating Parameters

    (out of 5)

    5

    Visual Appeal


    4

    Reliability


    5

    Comfort


    3

    Service Experience


    4

    Value for Money

    About the Reviewer

    Used it for

    Tours

    Owned for

    > 1 yr

    Ridden for

    < 5000 kms

    Tips for other riders

    Follow owner's manual.

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