2021 Royal Enfield Himalayan features three new colour schemes and cosmetic updates along with the addition of Tripper Navigation system
Royal Enfield has today announced the official prices of the updated Himalayan in the domestic market after weeks of waiting and it costs Rs. 2.01 Lakh (ex-showroom). The dual-purpose adventure tourer used to be priced around Rs. 1.92-1.96 lakh (ex-showroom) and thus the 2021 MY update has seen a slight increase.
The company has retained Granite Black, Snow White, Sleet Grey, Gravel Grey, Rock Red and Lake Blue colour schemes. In addition, the 2021 Himalayan comes with three new paint options such as Mirage Silver, Granite Black and Pine Green. All the three colours are accentuated by brown coloured rider and pillion seat giving a dual-tone appearance.
The 2021 Royal Enfield Himalayan has received a taller windscreen setup, which should help during long and trail rides and is as well tinted. The round-shaped headlamp housing is blackened and a black heat shield is added on the exhaust. The tank braces flanking the fuel tank have been restyled this time around.
- The new Royal Enfield Himalayan launched in India, Europe and the UK
- Three new colourways – Mirage Silver, Pine Green and New Granite Black
- Now Available via Make-It-Yours, the new Himalayan gets the Royal Enfield Tripper and a host of upgrades making it even more capable
- New Himalayan to be available in India for bookings and test rides starting February 11, 2020 at Rs. 201314 (ex-showroom, Chennai)
This would help in accommodating more legroom especially for tall riders and it can be used to carry additional fuel cans or even luggage. The seats appear to be cushioned with foaming materials for better comfort and the rear luggage rack has been straightened for better usability with the addition of a base plate to leverage its usage.
Another important addition to the 2021 Royal Enfield Himalayan is the inclusion of Tripper Navigation system as standard. The same unit debuted in the Meteor 350 and is google powered for assisting turn-by-turn navigation. The instrument cluster has remained identical as the outgoing model alongside the fitment of a new digital pod for the navigation and compass.
With no mechanical updates, the adv continues to be powered by a 411 cc single-cylinder air-cooled SOHC four-stroke engine producing a maximum power output of 24.3 bhp and 32 Nm of peak torque and is connected to a five-speed transmission. It is equipped with a dual-channel ABS system, switchable rear ABS and hazard lamp switch.
The Himalayan rides on 21-inch front and 17-inch rear wheel along with telescopic front and monoshock rear suspension, dual discs, fuel tank with 15-litre capacity and so on.