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BS6 Royal Enfield Himalayan Launched In India With Three Colours, priced at 1.86 Lakh

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After a Few Months of Preparation, Royal Enfield has produced the BS 6 version of the Himalayan for the Industry. The BS 6 Royal Enfield Himalayan is Offered in a total of six colors with costs starting at Rs 1,86,811 And going as high as Rs 1,91,401 (both Ex. Showroom).

While the company is Very Likely to update, 6 Himalayan are already underway. Its website with the brand new details. Below is the Variant-wise cost (Ex. Showroom) of BS 6 Royal Enfield Himalayan:

BS6 RE Himalayan Prices

1- Granite Black – 1,86,811

2- Sleet Grey- 1,89,565

3- Snow White -1,86,811

4- Gravel Grey- 1,89,565

5- Lake Blue -1,91,401

6- Rock Red- 1,91,401

The Organization has added Three paint options of Rock Red, Lake Blue, and Gravel Grey Apart from the present three colors: Granite Black, Sleet Grey, and Snow White. However, the most significant update that it has obtained is that the inclusion Of a switchable Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), i.e., the riders could Activate and deactivate the ABS feature by the help of a button onto the console.

Also, it comes equipped with a dangerous toggle switch. Besides these couple of The BS6 Himalayan, Worthy developments mostly remain just like the Current BS 4 model. Royal Enfield Himalayan challenges the likes of KTM 390 Adventure and BMW G 310 GS in India. The BS 6 models command a premium of Rs 6,000 over the prior BS 4 versions.

As far as the Mechanicals are involved, the BS 6 Himalayan is powered by an updated version of the 411cc petrol engine. Precise power Torque and output functionality is going to be revealed. however, it should not be too distinct from the BS 4 version, which offered a power of 24.5bhp and peak torque of 32Nm. Other than having similar engine specifications into the BS 4 version BS 6 Royal Enfield Himalayan will carry the Exact Same 21- and – 17-inch talked Wheels set up along with the outgoing’s long-travel suspension Variant.

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