2021 Royal Enfield Himalayan Launched in India; Prices start at Rs. 2.01 lakhs

2021 Royal Enfield Himalayan has been launched in India and the Adventure bike prices start at Rs 2.01 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi). Motorcycle updates include the Tripper navigation compartment that first appeared on the RE Meteor 350. It is compatible with Google Maps and provides tu


navigation although it does not show incoming calls/messages when connected to the Royal Enfield app. In 2021, Royal Enfield Himalayan got three new color options which are Pine Green, Mirage Silver, and Granite Black. The green and black options are priced at Rs. 2.09 lakhs each (ex-showroom, Delhi). Compared to the BS4 models, Mirage Silver costs around INR 6,000 more, while Pine Green and Granite Black cost around Rs 13,000 more.

The tank guards at the front receive a slight design overhaul. It's now smaller and more advanced, based on customer feedback that the previous unit made it smaller for taller passengers. The rear rack now has a dash, making it easy to mount luggage and baskets. The flyscreen atop the round headlight is also new and features a slimmer design. Royal Enfield says the seat has also been improved for more comfort.

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2021 Royal Enfield Himalayan engine specifications

In terms of engine specifications, the Royal Enfield Himalayan still has a long-stroke 411cc engine that complies with BS6 and produces 24.3 bhp at 6500 rpm and 32 Nm of peak torque between 4000-4500 rpm. The engine is still paired with a 5-speed gearbox. Cycle parts like suspension and brakes remain the same as before. The 41mm front forks are 200mm long and the rear casing has a 180mm stroke. The motorcycle still has a dual-channel ABS and a rear-wheel split ABS option. The Himalayan still has a wheel that measures 21 inches in the front and a wheel that measures 17 inches in the rear.

Royal Enfield Himalayan 2021 takes on KTM 250 Adventure and BMW G 310 GS.

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