2021 Royal Enfield Himlaya launched
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2021 Royal Enfield Himalayan Launched in the Indian market

2021 Royal Enfield Himalayan launched with some mere cosmetic updates and, added new color paint schemes as well.

  • Royal Enfield Himalaya costs Rs 2.01 lakhs ex-showroom
  • New paint schemes added
  • It continues to powered with a 411-cc air cooled engine unit

Royal Enfield has finally announced the price for their 2021 new Himalayan, which was revealed last year. New 2021 Himalayan costs Rs 2.01 lakhs (Ex-showroom), and it used to price at Rs 1.92 – Rs 1.96 lakhs ex-showroom. Although, new updated prices are not that being hiked compared with a running model price range. The company has retained all the earlier color schemes, Granite Black, Snow White, Sleet grey, Gravel Grey, Rock red, and lake blue color. In addition to the new Himalaya, the two-wheeler maker adds a new three-color paint scheme option such as Mirage Silver, Granted Black, and Pine Green.  

2021 Royal Enfield Himlaya launched
New Colour scheme

All the three new colors are accentuated by the brown color rider and pillion seat giving a dual-tone scheme. The 2021 Himalayan gets a windscreen setup and well tinted one. The Round shaped headlamps housing is blackened and a black Heatshield is added to the exhaust as well. New Himalayan is available for test drives and bookings from February 11, 2021. The Seats appear to be cushioned with foaming material for better comfort and the rear luggage rack has been straightened for decent usability with the addition of a base plate to leverage its usage.

2021 Royal Enfield Himlaya launched
New pine green colur

Another major update for New Himalayan is the addition of a tripper navigator assisted with google maps, which was first seen on Meteor 350. Tripper Navigator is googled powered assisted in turn-by-turn navigation. Although the instrument cluster remains the same outgoing models, just a new digital navigation pod is added to it for navigation and compass. The New Himalayan rides on a 21-inch front and 17-inch rear wheel along with a telescopic at front and monoshock suspension at the rear, dual Discs. It produces a 30 Kmpl fuel economy with a 15-liter of the fuel tank and so on. No mechanical changes have been done, it continues to power with a 411-cc single-cylinder air-cooled SOHC 4-stroke engine producing, 24.3 HP of maximum power and 32 Nm of peak torque when mated with a 5-speed transmission gearbox system.

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