Royal Enfield Himalayan Summary

Royal Enfield Himalayan Price - ₹ 1,65,777 onwards (Ex-showroom, Mumbai). It is available in 1 version. Himalayan has a mileage of 32 kmpl and a top speed of 134 kmph. Royal Enfield Himalayan is available in 2 different colours : Snow and Granite.

Himalayan key highlights
Price1,65,777
Top speed 134 kmph
Mileage 32 kmpl
Colours
  • Snow
  • Granite

Royal Enfield Himalayan Price List

VariantPriceSpecs
Standard 1,65,777Disc Brake, Spoke Wheels
Above mentioned prices are Ex-showroom, Mumbai

Price by cities (Ex-showroom price)

Bangalore ₹ 2,03,936
Mumbai ₹ 1,92,420
Pune ₹ 1,93,360
New Delhi ₹ 1,83,518
Chennai ₹ 1,81,546
Kolkata ₹ 1,87,818
Hyderabad ₹ 1,87,992
Chandigarh ₹ 1,78,829
Royal Enfield Himalayan Price - ₹ 1,65,777 onwards (Ex-showroom, Mumbai). It is available in 1 version - Standard. See price of Himalayan in top cities: Bangalore, Mumbai, Pune and Chandigarh.

Royal Enfield Himalayan Colours

Himalayan Specifications & Features

Specifications

  • Engine & transmission

    Displacement

    Cylinders

    Max Power

    Maximum Torque

    Bore

    Stroke

    Valves Per Cylinder

    Fuel Delivery System

    411 cc

    1

    24.50 bhp @ 6,500 rpm

    32 Nm @ 4,500 rpm

    78 mm

    86 mm

    --

    Carburettor with throttle poisition sensor

    Fuel Type

    Ignition

    Spark Plugs

    Cooling System

    Gearbox Type

    No. of Gears

    Transmission Type

    Clutch

    Petrol

    TCI, multi-curve

    --

    Air Cooled

    Manual

    5

    Chain Drive

    Wet Multiplate

  • Brakes, wheels & suspension

    Brake Type

    Front Disc

    Front Disc/Drum Size

    Rear Disc

    Rear Disc/Drum Size

    Calliper Type

    Wheel Size

    Disc

    Yes

    300 mm

    Yes

    240 mm

    --

    21 inches

    Front Tyre

    Rear Tyre

    Tubeless Tyres

    Radial Tyres

    Alloy Wheels

    Front Suspension

    Rear Suspension

    90/90 - 21"

    120/90 - 17"

    No

    No

    No

    Telescopic, 41 mm forks, 200 mm travel

    Monoshock with linkage, 180 mm wheel travel

  • Dimensions & chassis

    Kerb Weight

    Overall Length

    Overall Width

    Overall Height

    182 kg

    2,190 mm

    840 mm

    1,360 mm

    Wheelbase

    Ground Clearance

    Seat Height

    Chassis Type

    1,465 mm

    220 mm

    800 mm

    Half-duplex split cradle frame

  • Fuel efficiency & performance

    Fuel Tank Capacity

    Reserve Fuel Capacity

    Fuel Efficiency Overall

    Fuel Efficiency Range

    Top Speed

    15 litres

    --

    32 kmpl

    --

    134 kmph

    0 to 60 kmph

    0 to 80 kmph

    0 to 40 kmph

    60 to 0 kmph

    80 to 0 kmph

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

Features

Speedometer

Fuel Guage

Tachometer Type

Tachometer

Analogue

Yes

Analogue

Yes

Digital Fuel Guage

Tripmeter

Electric Start

Shift Light

No

Yes

Yes

No

Stand Alarm

Stepped Seat

No. of Tripmeters

Tripmeter Type

Low Fuel Indicator

Low Oil Indicator

Low Battery Indicator

Pillion Backrest

Pillion Grabrail

Pillion Seat

Pillion Footrest

--

Yes

2

Digital

No

No

Yes

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Antilock Braking System

Killswitch

Clock

Electric System

Battery

Headlight Type

Headlight Bulb Type

Brake/Tail Light

Turn Signal

Pass Light

No

Yes

Yes

12V DC

12V - 8AH VRLA

Halogen And Bulb Type

12V H4 60/55W

LED Tail Lamp

Yes

Yes

About Himalayan

The Himalayan is an ‘all-rounder’ motorcycle built on an all new platform from Royal Enfield. It is a 411cc adventure motorcycle which was partly developed in the United Kingdom. The motorcycle brings a series of firsts for the brand.

The Himalayan is an ‘all-rounder’ motorcycle built on an all new platform from Royal Enfield. It is a 411cc adventure motorcycle which was partly developed in the United Kingdom. The motorcycle brings a series of firsts for the brand.

In terms of styling, it goes by a purposeful design language. Minimalistic styling and no fancy curves and creases. The motorcycle comes in white or black with a neat Himalayan graphic running across the centre of the motorcycle.

The Himalayan is powered by a 411cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine that produces 24.5bhp at 6500rpm and peak torque of 32Nm at 4000-4500rpm. This engine is mated to a five-speed gearbox.
Talking about its braking department, the Himalayan gets a 300mm single Bybre disc with twin-piston calliper in front and a 220mm disc with single-piston calliper at the rear. Unfortunately, ABS isn't offered with the bike even as an option, but it is likely to receive it in the future.

The suspension duties of the bike is taken care of by 41mm telescopic forks at the front with 200mm travel and a monoshock in the rear. The bike rides on a 21-inch 90/90 CEAT tyre in the front and 17-inch 120/90 tyre at the rear.

The motorcycles comes with a number of additional accessories, from aluminium panniers to an after-market exhaust. The Himalayan currently faces no direct competition. It is available in white or black.

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3.9 (32 ratings) 18 reviews
  • 4.2

    Visual Appeal

  • 3.8

    Performance

  • 4.4

    Comfort

  • 3.7

    Reliability

  • 3.5

    Service Experience

  • Pros:1) himalayan is a type of bike which is seen as a complete alien in roads which makes people to notice you thus giving a sense of pride.2)the seats are extremely comfortable and the upright position makes it more comfortable to cruise long distance with

    Pros:1) himalayan is a type of bike which is seen as a complete alien in roads which makes people to notice you thus giving a sense of pride.

    2)the seats are extremely comfortable and the upright position makes it more comfortable to cruise long distance with ease

    3)suspension makes the vehicle to traverse in rugged plains.

    4)it actually saved me twice.The vehicle is sturdy enough to save you from small accidents.

    Cons:

    1) vehicle is very heavy and difficult to handle it when it is switched off.

    2)low engine power offering 24.5bhp which is way lesser compared to other 400cc bikes in market.

    3)gear shift is tight and it's a very good workout for your leg muscles(just kidding)

    4)commuting in traffic is horrible as you cannot ride through gaps due to its unusual heavy weight.It's neither a commuter nor a cruiser

    5)vehicle gets heated up very quickly (please don't wear shorts and drive,you will feel the heat ).It stops in the midway without any notice which can be dangerous.

    6)very difficult to take u turns

    • 5

      Visual Appeal

    • 3

      Reliability

    • 3

      Performance

    • 3

      Comfort

    • 2

      Service Experience

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    • Used it for

      Occasional Commute

    • Owned for

      6 months-1 yr

    • Ridden for

      < 5000 kms

  •  1Issue in royal enfield himalayan 4 days ago by Omprakash Mohapatra

    Cons.1.Water leakage in oil tank.2.The rear wheel slips when you apply brake suddenly, (bike speed above 30 km per hour)Cons.1.Water leakage in oil tank.2.The rear wheel slips when you apply brake suddenly, (bike speed above 30 km per hour)Please check properly before

    Cons.

    1.Water leakage in oil tank.

    2.The rear wheel slips when you apply brake suddenly, (bike speed above 30 km per hour)

    Cons.

    1.Water leakage in oil tank.

    2.The rear wheel slips when you apply brake suddenly, (bike speed above 30 km per hour)

    Please check properly before going to buy this.

    I am not satisfied.

    • 4

      Visual Appeal

    • 2

      Reliability

    • 2

      Performance

    • 3

      Comfort

    • 1

      Service Experience

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    • Used it for

      Everything

    • Owned for

      > 1 yr

    • Ridden for

      10000-15000 kms

  •  4The bahubali... 4 days ago by Graham G

    I got my himalayan last november after a waiting period of about 35 days. I made about 5 phone calls to the showroom for making the delivery fast .( there was no response from those guys)For the long rides it is the best choice. Got good acceleration , of-course it's a

    I got my himalayan last november after a waiting period of about 35 days. I made about 5 phone calls to the showroom for making the delivery fast .( there was no response from those guys)

    For the long rides it is the best choice. Got good acceleration , of-course it's a fun to ride bike comparing it with the other enfield models. Very smooth riding till 90 km/h and can reach upto 130.For the slow peaceful rides i think the classic and standard is better choice. Being an offroader himalayan is the king and of-course we can smile on others in the toughest terrain.

    The looks are good and my black beast is getting attention everywhere. All got something to ask about it. For the city rides himalayan is tiring.You have to change the gears continuously and it lacks the flow.The worst things i feel in himalayan is the tight gear shift and the engine heat in the traffic.The mileage varies from 25 - 32 depending on the the ride conditions.

    There was an oil leakage problem from the engine top, which was fixed during the first service. The tight gear shift problem reduced after the second service(clutch adjustment).Try to shift gears in higher rpm's for the smooth shifts, that's what the advice i got from the service guys.

    The engine is refined comparing to other enfield models but has got some unwanted noise. The back wheel locks and skid on sudden braking so make good use of the front brake wisely. For the servicing and maintenance i strongly recommend the company direct showroom's than other authorised one. The attitude towards the himalayan owners from the service guys deserves appreciation.(may be due to the initial problems)

    If you like long rides and want to explore the tough terrains without fear.The name himalayan itself is great ,go for it.??

    • 5

      Visual Appeal

    • 3

      Reliability

    • 4

      Performance

    • 4

      Comfort

    • 4

      Service Experience

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    • Used it for

      Everything

    • Owned for

      6 months-1 yr

    • Ridden for

      5000-10000 kms

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