Royal Enfield today announced the launch of the new 2021 Himalayan across India, Europe and the UK, in three new colors, along with a range of upgrades.
Now, the 2021 Himalayan has the so-called ‘Tripper Navigation System’, an LCD screen with turn-by-turn navigation function. It is powered by Google Maps and the Royal Enfield app, keeping your smartphone connected to the bike via Bluetooth.
The new model also receives several improvements for the seat, the rear luggage rack, the front rack and a new windshield.
In addition, the 2021 Himalayan has 3 new colors: Granite Black (mixture of matte and glossy black), Mirage Silver and Pine Green (camouflage green).
The Himalayan is a motorcycle with off-road capabilities and features a monoshock rear suspension, the first on a Royal Enfield motorcycle.
Improvements received at the end of 2020
The Himalayan got in 2020, the ‘switchable ABS’, compliance with the EURO5 anti-pollution standard and two-tone color scheme.
With the ‘switchable ABS’, it is possible to turn off the system on the rear wheel, allowing for a more suitable off-road ride.
In terms of colors, the model gained two-tone painting options, in addition to the traditional ones already available: Rock Red and Lake Blue.
The Royal Enfield Himalayan is equipped with a 21 “spoke wheel at the front and 17” at the rear, and equipped with mixed-use tires and ABS.
The engine is a 411 cm³ air-cooled single cylinder, capable of generating up to 24.8 hp of maximum power and 3.26 kgfm of torque at 4,250 rpm.
It has a free ground clearance of 220 mm and the seat height is 800 mm.
The fuel tank has a capacity of 15 liters and, according to the brand, has luggage attachment points that allow you to place or remove your belongings very easily.
For more information, visit the Royal Enfield official website in India.