Royal Enfield Himalayan For Sale

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Royal Enfield Himalayan
Current Prices: £4,650–£2,850
Insurance Costs: 3 of 10

What Is It?

The Royal Enfield Himalayan is a rugged off-road focused adventure bike and is powered by a Euro 4 compliant air-cooled 411 cc single cylinder four stroke engine, producing 24.5 bhp at 6,500 rpm and maximum torque at 4,000 rpm. It features a counter balancer to keep the vibrations from the big single down to a minimum.

Features include:

  • Steel tubular frame and swingarm
  • 300 mm disc up front with ByBre two piston caliper
  • 240 mm disc at the rear with ByBre single piston caliper
  • Dual channel ABS system (always on)
  • 41 mm standard fork with 200 mm travel
  • Rear shock with 180 mm travel
  • 5 speed gearbox with gear position indicator
  • Braided lines
  • Luggage rack
  • Screen

The focus of the Himalayan is off-road adventuring with an all metal construction, long travel suspension, fork gaiters, off-road pegs, compass, a bash plate, adventure style beak and loads of low down torque.

It's also designed with luggage capacity in mind, featuring mounts at the rear for hard luggage and bars at the front for extra soft luggage or jerry cans to extend the range.

The wire-spoked 21" front wheel takes a Pirelli MT60 90/90 tyre and the rear 17" a 120/90.

Accessories include the braced handlebar (£63), handguards (£50), soft panniers, Aluminium panniers (£442), 42 litre Aluminium topbox (£271) and Watsonian Squire sidecar.

Colours: Black, grey, white, red, blue, grey camo, silver, green camo

Specs

Launch RRP: £4,400

Capacity: 411 cc (average)

Power: 25 bhp / 19 kW (average)

Red Line: 6,500 rpm (average)

Top Speed: 85 mph / 137 km/h (average)

Economy: 65 mpg / 4.3 L/100km (good)

Range: 210 miles / 338 km (high)

Fuel Capacity: 15.0 litres / 3.3 gallons (average)

Seat Height: 800 mm / 31.5 inches (average)

Wet Weight: 185 kg / 408 pounds (average)

Power to Weight: 0.135 bhp/kg / 0.101 kW/kg

Road Tax (VED): £69 / Year (High)

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Review In A Few

What's Good?

  • Beginner friendly low seat
  • Long travel suspension
  • Lots of low end torque
  • Thumping soundtrack
  • Rugged good looks
  • Simple reliability
  • Cool dash
  • Value

Any Downsides?

  • Under powered for the A2 licence
  • Minimal electronics package
  • Only 5 gears
  • Heavy

Updates

2021: Euro 5 compliant, turn by turn "Tripper" nav system, switchable rear ABS, improved seat / screen and smaller luggage rack.

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Check out this development video from Royal Enfield, this epic review from Itchy Boots and this head to head with the KTM Adventure 390 from Bike World.

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Price Guide

Year
Dealer
Private
Part Ex
Mileage
2020
£4,650
£3,700
£3,250
2,100
2019
£3,750
£3,000
£2,650
3,700
2018
£3,550
£2,850
£2,500
5,100
2017
£3,550
£2,850
£2,500
4,600
Dealer: The typical price paid at a dealer after haggling.
Private: The typical private sale value of a bike in good condition.
Part Ex: The typical price offered by a bike buying service or dealer in part exchange.
Regional variations have been averaged out and we work out the price guide in-house.

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Popularity & How Many Left

Year
On Road
Off Road
Total
For Sale
2020
Data coming soon...
2,600 / month
2019
739
12
751
43 / month
2018
658
38
696
31 / month
2017
11
1
12
Rarely

Source: DVLA

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