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Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Royal Enfield Himalayan on the assembly line


Royal Enfield is gearing up for the launch of much-awaited Royal Enfield Himalayan adventure tourer. Ahead of its posible launch by year end, the vehicle has been spotted indicating that the trial production of the motorcycle has commenced. The bike looks like the final production version.

The Himalayan is basically the adventure tourer, which is based on a new twin craddle frame developed by Royal Enfield's UK subsidiary Harris Performance. Powering the Himalayan is a new 410cc, single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine that feature overhead cam layout. This engine is expected to get fuel-injection system and is likely to produce around 28PS of power and 32Nm of torque. Power will be transmitted to roads via a 5-speed gearbox.





The Royal Enfield Himalayan features tall front telescopic suspension with a high-mounted spatter guard, rear monoshock, fuel tank guard, a simple circular headlamp with windshield, exposed frame, minimal body work, split seats, etc. The side cowl features 'Himalayan' badge, and upward swooping exhaust canister.

The bike rides on 21-inch front wheel and 17-inch rear wheel, which will be shod with Ceat on-off road tyres. The Himalyan is expected to go on sale in India by November. It is likely to be priced under Rs. 2 lakh.


Source: Shifting gears & Oncars
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Item Reviewed: Royal Enfield Himalayan on the assembly line Description: Rating: 5 Reviewed By: Sheldon Dcruz
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