Royal Enfield Himalayan 2021 Launched At This Price: USPs, Features, Connectivity & More

2021 Himalayan has been launched by Royal Enfield. In the Indian market, the company has already started dispatching the Royal Enfield Himalayan 2021 adventure tourer to dealerships. The bike is is available at a starting price of Rs 2.36 lakh.

The Royal Enfield Himalayan 2021 is priced between INR 2,36,286 and INR 2,44,284 (on-road, Delhi). It is available in six new colors, namely, Mirage Silver, Gravel Grey, Lake Blue, Rock Red, Granite Black and Pine Green.

Variant-Wise Prices (On-Road Delhi)

Mirage Silver: INR 2,36,286
Gravel Grey: INR 2,36,286
Lake Blue: INR 2,40,285
Rock Red: INR 2,40,285
Pine Green: INR 2,44,284
Granite Black: INR 2,44,284

Changes In the Royal Enfield Himalayan 2021

Tripper navigation function, a feature which was first introduced in the Meteor 350 cruiser has been added to updated RE Himalayan adventure tourer. This system is placed next to the instrument console, which retains the older look.

It does not display incoming calls/messages when connected to the Royal Enfield app, despite being powered by Google Maps and offers turn-by-turn navigation.

In order to keep things fresh in the market, there are a bunch of changes in the motorcycle. In order to have better wind protection, taller windshield is used. For the headlamp, the front has black enclosure.

The fuel tank is next to the front frame. The tank is made smaller and is also moved forward. Claimed to be more comfortable, the motorcycle gets new tan-coloured seat. While the luggage rack has been updated, Royal Enfield Himalayan 2021 has a blacked-out heat shield for the exhaust. Pine Green, Mirage Silver and Granite Black are the three new colors. Along with the sculpted fuel tank, it retains the round headlamps, and rear-view mirrors, and turn indicators.

The motorcycle is powered by the same BS6-compliant, 411cc, single-cylinder, oil-cooled engine. The engine of Royal Enfield Himalayan 2021 which is coupled to a 5-speed gearbox, produces 24.3bhp of power and 32Nm of torque. It has a 21-inch front and 18-inch rear wire-spoke wheels. It has telescopic front forks and pre-load adjustable rear monoshock to perform the suspension duties. The motorcycle has disc brakes on both wheels, and a dual-channel ABS as standard.

The 2021 Royal Enfield Himalayan goes up against the KTM 250 Adventure and the BMW G 310 GS.

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