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New Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 Launched at Rs. 2.69 Lakh!

2023 Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 in Kamet White Paint!

Royal Enfield has finally announced the pricing of the new Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 after months of waiting. The Himalayan 450 is priced at Rs. 2.69 lakh and it’ll be available in five colour options with different pricing as well.

RE Himalayan 450 Launched: What you need to know!

The new Himalayan 450 starts from Rs. 2.69 Lakh for the base Kaza brown colour, Rs. 2.74 Lakh for the Slate Himalayan Salt and Slate Poppy Blue, Rs. 2.79 Lakh for the Kamet White, and lastly, the expensive colour option for the bike, Hanle Black, at Rs. 2.84 Lakh. It’s worth noting that these pricing are introductory prices and are valid till December 31st, 2023.

RE Himalayan 450RE Himalayan 411 (Discontinued)
Length2245 MM2190 MM
Width852 MM840 MM
Height1316 MM1370 MM
Seat Height825 MM (Standard; Adjustable to 845 MM)800 MM
Wheelbase1510 MM1465 MM
Ground Clearance230 MM220 MM
Fuel Tank Capacity17 L15 L
Kerb Weight196 KG199 KG

When we compare the new Himalayan 450 against the discontinued Himalayan 411, you’ll see the length has increased by 55 MM, it’s wider by 12 MM, however, the height has gone by 54 MM. Royal Enfield has increased the height by 25 MM which is standard, but it has the option to increase it up to 845 MM. Moreover, for short riders, Royal Enfield has introduced low seat option which reduces the seat height all the way up to 805 MM. The wheelbase of the 450 has increased by 45 MM, ground clearance has gone up by 10 MM, fuel tank is bigger by 2 Litres, and it’s kerb weight is 196 KG which is lighter by 3 KGs.

RE Himalayan 450
EngineLiquid cooled, single cylinder, DOHC, 4 Valves
Power39.47 BHP
Torque40 NM
Transmission6 Speed Gearbox

The Himalayan 450 is powered by their new 452cc, liquid-cooled, single cylinder, DOHC, 4 Valves Engine which generates 39.47 BHP and 40 NM of torque mated to the 6 Speed Gearbox with slip-and-assist clutch. In comparison to 411, the engine is 10 KGs lighter even with the cooling and its lubricating fluid. The new Himalayan 450 is built on the Steel, Twin-Spar Tubular Frame which has a 43 MM USD Fork suspension at the front, and pre-load adjustable monoshock suspension at rear with both wheels with 200 MM of travel.

At the front, the 450 is equipped with 90/90 21-inch wheel with 320 MM Double Piston Calliper, Ventilated Disc Brake, while at the rear, its equipped with 140/80 17-inch wheels with 270 MM Single Piston Callipar, Ventilated Disc Brakes. The bike comes with dual-channel ABS as standard, and can be turned off at the rear. The 450 features a new circular 4-inch TFT Cluster which connects to your mobile device via bluetooth, and can display Google Maps navigation, music playback control using a joystick on the left switch cube.

Lastly, the Himalayan 450 is the first Royal Enfield bike to use ride-by-wire, and comes with Eco and Performance as two ride modes.

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