User review on Royal Enfield Himalayan written by Ajay(Guest) on 2016-11-25 13:48:38
Overall rating: 4.50
Design (Exterior/Interior)
Design - 5.00
Inside Comfort
Inside Comfort - 5.00
Driving Comfort
Driving Comfort - 4.00
Performance & Safety
Performance & Safety - 4.00

Bike variant reviewed for: Royal Enfield Himalayan

Year of Manufacture: 2016 | Driven no. of Kms. : 198
  • Pros: Vibrations are much stronger under acceleration than at steady speed.
  • Cons: It doesn’t cruise as fast as I would personally like but on highway overtaking is effortless.

Full Review:

Himalayan looks adventurous and thoroughly rugged, the large front wheel, dual purpose tyres and high ground clearance give it an adventure look. It is best to drive at the speed of 75-80 kmph in top gear. It delivers me a mileage of 25 kmpl in city driving conditions and 35 kmpl on highway. Brakes have enough bites but it lacks ABS. Instrument panel displays lots of information and it takes little time getting used to.

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