The BS6 Royal Enfield Himalayan comes with a switchable ABS button.
The adventure tourer is BS6 compliant but the power and torque figures are expected to remain the same.
The BS6 Himalayan price in India is Rs 1.86 lakhs (ex-showroom, pan-India).
The price hike is around Rs 6,000 as compared to the BS4 model.
Royal Enfield launched the BS6 Himalayan in India at a price point of Rs 1.86 lakhs (ex-showroom, pan-India) for the adventurous people who wanted to go off-roading and explore. There were not many adventure tourer motorcycles in India that were powerful, offered decent practicality and off-road abilities. The updated motorcycle will now comply with BS6 emission norms and will come with some new features that were necessary.
Speaking about the changes to the BS6 version, the manufacturer now offers a switchable Anti Lock Braking System through a button on the instrument console, which is a necessary feature for the people who want to go off-roading. The BS6 Royal Enfield Himalayan new colours available are Rock Red, Lake Blue, and Gravel Grey. These colours are new for 2020 and are priced higher than the other colours. The hazard switch is also new and is placed where the headlight switch used to be before the always headlight on safety norm kicked in. Below is the ex-showroom price of the BS6 Himalayan.
The brakes, long-travel suspension, wheel sizes, and the instrument console should be the same as the previous model. Braking duties will still be done by a 300mm disc brake in the front and a 240mm disc at the rear. The wheel size in the front will be 21-inches and at the rear, it will be 17-inch.
Royal Enfield Himalayan BS6 specs are expected to offer the 411cc engine with the same power and torque figures, i.e. 24.5PS and 32Nm. The engine is mated to a 5-speed constant mesh transmission. The engine also features fuel injection, oil-cooler, and a counterbalancer shaft. All of this helps the engine to stay smooth and vibration-free.