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This is only a ctrl+R for the Himalayan

02 Mar 2020

This is only a ctrl+R for the Himalayan but the changes do make the bike better in some ways. Even for shelling out about Rs 6,000 more for the BS-VI model, the Himalayan still remains a brilliant value-for-money proposition.

Financial Express

The Himalayan was the beginning of Royal Enfield stepping off its usual motorcycle designs and into purpose-built ones and I suppose it is safe to say that they got it right pretty much in their very first attempt. Sure, the first-generation Himalayan had its troubles concerning reliability and quality but then, Royal Enfield listened to its customers pointing out issues and resolved most of them with the introduction of the fuel-injected BS-IV version.