Royal Enfield is a heart-stopper for all Indians and across the world. The classic Royal Enfield bike has more loyal fans than others. The Himalayan variant of Enfield bikes came to the market in 2016. The new version of Himalayan is already in the market which is called Himalayan 450.
Finally, the wait is over; the prices of the Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 have already been revealed. The starting price of Himalayan 450 is Rs 2.69 lakh.
Design of Himalayan 450
- The Himalayan 450 has a round screen with new buttons and switches.
- You can use the M button to switch the mode from Eco to Sport.
- Your Himalayan 450 bike can hold up to 17 Litres in its tank.
- You can use the TFT console to turn on navigation moves through Google Maps, and its switchgear is all new.
- You can change different settings on the bike with the use of a five-way joystick.
Riding Mode of Himalayan 450
Sport and Eco modes are the two riding modes of the Himalayan 450.
Here are some features you have to know before buying it:
- LED lights all around it.
- Clutch, USB charging port, Split seat setup, and Wide handlebar
- Monoshock rear suspension that has both with 200 mm wheel travel.
- Upside-down front forks, which are 43 mm long.
- Slip and assist
- Front and rear disc brakes have dual-channel ABS.
An all-new 451.65 cc single-cylinder DOHC 4-valve liquid-cooled fuel-injected engine gives power to the Himalayan 450. It can produce a peak torque of 40 Nm and a maximum power output of 40.02 PS. This powertrain then has a 6-speed transmission. The equipment list is equipped with several RE features.
Prices of Himalayan 450
There are different prices for different variants of the Himalayan 450.
- Base variant in India: Rs 2.69 Lakhs
- Slate Model in India: Rs 2.74 Lakhs
- Summit Variant in India: Rs 2.79 Lakhs
- The top-spec Henly (Black Variant in India): Rs 2.89 Lakhs
All prices vary from state to state because of different tax returns on goods.
You can book your Himalayan 450 ride by giving a token amount of Rs 10,000.
Well, now you know the full details of the Himalayan 450. Why wait if you are ready to ride your Himalayan 450 this winter? You can plan for a bike trip to the places in India where you can ride freely from the chaos of city life.