Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 Review: Revolution, not Evolution! | TOI Auto – Times of India

The redesigned Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 marks a departure from its predecessor with a more streamlined design, featuring a sleeker aesthetic and upgraded elements. Notably, it sports a modern LED headlamp, along with LED turn indicators, deviating from the boxy look of the previous model. Enhancing its technological features, the motorcycle boasts a new 4-inch TFT instrument cluster that can be seamlessly connected to a smartphone, offering navigation capabilities.Under the hood, the Himalayan 450 showcases a substantial improvement with a larger 452 cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine, a significant upgrade from the previous 411 cc model. This powerhouse delivers a notable increase in performance, generating 39.6 horsepower and 40 Nm of torque. The overall riding experience is further refined with the inclusion of larger brakes, a radial tire at the rear, and the adoption of USD forks at the front, contributing to enhanced handling compared to the original version. These mechanical enhancements, coupled with the modern design elements, mark the Himalayan 450 as a notable evolution in the Royal Enfield lineup.
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