Royal Enfield Himalayan BS-6 : Motorcycle Review

Motorcycle Review  Himalayan BS-6 

After upgrading the classic 350 to meet the upcoming emission norms Royal Enfield has launched a BS-6 compliant version of its adventure tutor the Himalayan now the bike is priced Serapis 1.86 lakh ex-showroom delhi which is roughly eight thousand rupees more than as vs4 counterpart now the BS for engine all was already fuel-injected but this one makes slightly less power point 1 90s lower to be precise but talk remains same at 32 Newton metres exact details on IBM's calm so what is new on the BS XM alien well for starters you get this large cat con over your this Co2 sensor and in terms of visual changes you also get this new tail light well it is slightly modified from its previous ps4 counterpart in terms of features the Himalayans finally gets switchable abs by pressing this switch over your you will be able to switch off the ABS intervention on the rear wheel which is extremely beneficial when you go off-roading for the touring enthusiast they would like this the hazard switch which was present on the first JT Marlin if you remember correctly now the Himalayan is present in six colors you get the standard white black and sleet as before as well as these three new colors which is this rock red this lake blue and there is also a gravel crane but these three colors come at a slightly more premium they are priced at rupees one lakh and ninety one thousand rupees we've done a lot of stories on the bs6 mr lin on "Indian Biker's Magazine" calm so if you want to know anything further on this bike you could head over there or let us know in the comment section below and we'll address them right away if you do like what are you what we showed your hit that like button & share

Himalayan 410cc


Type Single cylinder : 4 stroke, air-cooled, SOHC, fuel injection
 Displacement: 411cc
Bore x stroke 78 mm x 86 mm
Compression ratio 9.5:1
Maximum power 24.5 bhp (18.02KW) @ 6500 rpm
Maximum torque 32 Nm @ 4250 - 4500 rpm
Ignition system Digital electronic ignition
Clutch Wet, multi-plate
Gearbox 5 speed constant mesh
Lubrication Wet sump
Engine oil Semi-synthetic 15W 50 API, SL grade & above JASO MA 2
Fuel supply Electronic fuel injection
Air cleaner Paper element
Engine start Electric


 Tyres front 90/90 - 21"
 Tyres rear 120/90 - 17"
 Brakes front 300 mm disc, 2-piston Roating caliper
Brakes rear 240 mm disc, single-piston Rotating caliper
 ABS Dual-channel ELECTRICALS Electrical system 12 volt - DC Battery 12 volt, 8 AH MF Head lamp 60 / 55 W, halogen Tail lamp LED position lamp Turn signal lamp 12V, 10W X 4nos


Type Half-duplex split cradle frame
 Front suspension Telescopic, 41 mm forks, 200 mm travel
Rear suspension Monoshock with linkage, 180 mm wheel travel


 Wheelbase 1465 mm
Ground clearance 220 mm
 Length 2190 mm
 Width 840 mm (without mirrors)
 Height 1360 mm (By screen top)
Seat height 800 mm
 Kerb weight 194 kgs (with 90% fuel & oil)
Fuel capacity 15 ltr

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