We have the fresh spyshots of yet-to-be-launched Royal Enfield Himalayan, thanks to ZigWheels, these pictures offer us a closer look at what could be on offer!
From the spyshots, it’s evident that the RE Himalayan will get an air-cooled engine with an oil-cooler, similar to the Bajaj Pulsar 220. The motorcycle is believed to be powered by a 410cc, single-cylinder engine, which is likely to produce around 28 PS of maximum power and 32 Nm of peak torque, paired to a 5-speed gearbox. This engine will also replace the push rod by overhead camshaft. A counter balancer will be placed in the engine to help reduce vibrations.
The all-new instrument cluster gets 4 analogue dials, with one of them housing an LCD screen. The cluster consists of an analogue speedometer with mph and kph markings, along with an integrated digital display for the clock, odometer and tripmeter. Further gets an analogue tachometer, analogue fuel gauge (let’s hope it to be more accurate) and an analogue compass with digital altimeter.
The report claims that the RE Himalayan will be offered with Ceat tyres as standard and Pirelli tyres as an option, and a range of accessories including hand guards, crash protection bars, a high windshield and hard luggage systems. It also mentions that the ABS variant of the Himalayan would be launched sometime in 2017.
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