Introducing the Royal Enfield Himalayan 452, which looks more promising than ever

Introducing the Royal Enfield Himalayan 452, which looks more promising than ever

In preview of its much expected debut, Royal Enfield has shared the first official image of the dual-purpose explorer tourer on its social media pages. The brand plans to introduce the all-new Himalayan in the upcoming weeks. The Himalayas, which serve as the image’s backdrop, are symbolic of where the new Himalayan was born.

The new Royal Enfield Himalayan 452 has a white body shade and all-LED light, including an LED headlamp with a black casing, LED tail lamps, and LED turn indicators. The numberplate holder, unique front beak, or raised fender are all visible below the tall glass windscreen that is visible above the headlamp.

A well-designed side-mounted exhaust system, a broad handlebar, and a huge, completely digital instrument dashboard with optional navigation and Bluetooth connectivity as standard are among the motorcycle’s other attractions. The fuel tank has a larger-looking appearance and is enclosed by metal braces similar to those on the Himalayan 411 to give it a more purposeful look.

We already know from the homologation documents that it will have an overall width of 852 mm and a wheelbase length of 1,510 mm. It’s interesting to note that the split seat’s pillion side doesn’t appear to be overly elevated, and the existence of an off-set monoshock suspension in the rear will have added space. Additionally, the upside-down front forks should improve the ride’s overall quality.

When it comes to performance, the Royal Enfield Himalayan 452 is powered by a 451.65 cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, DOHC, fuel-injected engine. This engine is capable of producing up to 39.57 horsepower at 8,000 rpm and up to 35–40 Nm of peak torque. It will be fitted with a six-speed transmission and come standard with a slipper and assist clutch.

With front and rear disc brakes assisted by a dual-channel ABS system (switchable ABS may also be provided), it is fitted with 21-inch front and 17-inch rear wire-spoked wheels. The adv will likely cost around Rs. 2.6 lakh (ex-showroom), and it will directly compete with the BMW G310 GS, Yezdi Adventure, and KTM 390 Adventure X. In comparison to the Himalayan 411, we expect an improvement in the general build quality.

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