Enfield has launched the new Himalayan with several upgrades at a price of Rs
2,01,314 (ex showroom, Chennai). The Himalayan is now available in India for
bookings and test rides starting immediately.
new Himalayan has been launched across India, Europe and the UK, in three new
distinctive, terrain-inspired colourways, along with a range of upgrades. This
adventure-touring motorcycle will now be available in new granite black (mix of
matte and gloss), mirage silver, pine green, in addition to the existing
colourways rock red, lake blue and gravel grey.
this launch, the Himalayan now gets the Make It Yours - MiY - initiative
allowing customers to personalise and accessorize their motorcycle across all
channels - the RE App, the website and at dealerships.
new Himalayan will also feature the Royal Enfield Tripper, simple and intuitive
turn-by-turn navigation pod. The new model also gets several upgrades to the
seat, the rear carrier, front rack and a new windscreen, making the adventure
tourer even more capable and comfortable.
and practical, the Himalayan debuted in 2016, and over the last 5 years, it has
definitively carved out a strong category of accessible adventure touring
across the world.
simple, capable, and ‘go-anywhere’ motorcycle, the Himalayan was inspired by
Royal Enfield’s experience of over 50 years of riding across the Himalayas.
Owing to its versatility, simplicity and competence, the Himalayan has received
incredible response from riders across the world. The Himalayan today is among
the leading Royal Enfield motorcycles being sold across several geographies,
including Europe, America, Latin America and South East Asia.
Royal Enfield Himalayan comes with a host of accessories for added style,
comfort and protection including touring mirror kit, comfort seats, handlebar
brace and pad, aluminium panniers and mounting kits.
new Himalayan comes with improved seat cushioning allowing riders to enjoy
extended saddle time with even more comfort. The new windscreen keeps the wind
off the rider, thereby leading to more comfortable and enjoyable miles on the
saddle. The rear carrier on the new Himalayan now comes with an additional
plate to ensure secure fastening and placement of any luggage. Additionally the
rear carrier is now also reduced in height, making it easier for riders to
mount the motorcycle. With the new and lean ergonomically adjusted front rack,
the rider faces minimal interference around the legs while riding, thus,
improving the overall comfort and experience.
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