REVEALED! Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 to be launched in India … – BikeWale

Pratik Bhanushali
– Powered by a 450cc, single-cylinder engine
– Features LED illumination, smartphone connectivity, and more
– Pre-bookings have commenced today
Royal Enfield has revealed the launch date for the new Himalayan 450 and it is set for 24 November at the Motoverse 2023 in Goa. That’s just a few weeks away from now but the official specifications have already been out for a few days now. Here is what we know about the new Himalayan 450 so far.
One of the talking points of the upcoming Royal Enfield ADV is its new engine. The latest Himalayan is powered by a Sherpa 450 motor and it is a 450cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled unit that makes 40bhp at 8,000rpm and 40Nm at 5,500rpm. It is linked to a six-speed gearbox and gets a slip-and-assist clutch for added convenience. This is also the first liquid-cooled mill from the Chennai-based bikemaker.
Then, the Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 also gets a slew of features like all LED illumination, four-inch TFT with navigation via Google Maps, smartphone connectivity for media controls, notifications for SMS and calls, and more. The list also comprises ride-by-wire, switchable ABS, and an integrated taillight with turn signals.
The Himalayan 450’s hardware includes 43mm USD front forks and an offset monoshock, while braking duties are done by a 320mm front and 230mm rear disc. These are linked to a 21-inch front and 17-inch rear spoke wheel with tubed tyres. That said, Royal Enfield, is looking to homologate cross-spoke wheels for tubeless tyres, too, for India as well. Currently, the bike gets 90/90 front and 140/80 rear tyres from CEAT.
The Himalayan 450 tips the scale at 196kg and gets a seat height of 825mm, but Royal Enfield will also offer an accessory to lower the seat height to 805mm as well as increase it to 845mm. The bike gets a 17-litre fuel tank.
There are three variants of the new Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 – Base, Pass, and Summit. The base trim comes with a Kaza Brown shade, while the Pass model gets Slate Himalayan Salt and Slate Poppy Blue options. The Summit variant is available in Hanle Black and Kamet White. The asking price of the bike will be revealed on 24 November but pre-bookings have commenced today.
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