Royal Enfield launched one of their most popular adventure motorcycle Himalayan in the Japanese market. It has tripper navigation pods and switchable ABS in compliance with Euro 5 release rules. The motorcycle can also be chosen in three color options.
The company has opened a flagship store in Tokyo, Japan in January this year. This makes it clear that the elite motorbike maker wants to make the Asia-Pacific region its main target for business expansion. Let’s take a look at the features, engine and chassis details of Royal Enfield Himalayan.
Royal Enfield Himalayan Features
The new model of Royal Enfield Himalayan Motorbike was launched in the Indian market in the first half of this year. In Japan, the bike is available in three colors – Pine Green, Mirage Silver and Granite Black. The tripper navigation pod based on the Google Maps platform will offer real-time navigation.
In addition to a slight cosmetic change, its windshield is slightly longer, the new design of the tank guard, soft seat for comfortable travel and an extra plate in the luggage carrier.
Royal Enfield Himalayan engine
The Royal Enfield Himalayan has the same engine in Japan as in India. For example, its 411 cc single cylinder, air cooled, single overhead cam (SOHC) engine produces 24.3 bhp of power at 8,500 rpm and 32 Nm of peak torque at 4,000-4,500 rpm. It has 5 gears.
Royal Enfield Himalayan Chassis
The Royal Enfield Himalayan has a monoshock suspension with a 41mm fork in the front and a 180mm travel rear. It also has a half-duplex cradle frame. From this 220 mm ground clearance is available. The rear wheel is provided with dual channel anti-lock braking system (ABS) with switchable ABS.
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