Royal Enfield Himalayan 2022

According to Royal Enfield Motorcycles

Decades of expeditions. Thousands of kilometers of traversing the most challenging terrain. Years of living and evolving with a machine that responds to the mountains. That’s how we made the Himalayan, our first dual-purpose motorcycle. Here is how it was built to be tough, versatile, and adaptable to all kind of terrain.

Go anywhere your adventures takes you. The tripper navigation system on your Himalayan keeps you on course. It’s powered by Google Maps and the Royal Enfield app, keeping your smartphone connected to your Himalayan through Bluetooth.

The half duplex, split cradle frame and long travel suspension keep you in harmony with road, rocks and everything in between.

800mm seat height, perfectly positioned foot pegs and handlebars reduce fatigue and give you a comfortable upright position whether you sit or stand.

The new improved seat lets you cover longer distances with even more comfort. Panniers at the back. Jerry cans in the front. The Himalayans mounting points let you strap in and set off anytime. The LCD dashboard lets you track everything from miles to maintenance.



Frame type – Half duplex split cradle


Weight in running order 199kg

Wheelbase 1465mm
Seat height 800mm
Ground clearance 220mm

Length x width x height 2190mm x 840mm x 1370mm


Number of cylinders – Single Cylinder, 4 stroke
Bore x stroke (mm) 78 x 86
Cooling System Air Cooled with oil cooler
Displacement (cc) 411
Injection system -Electronic ECU/Variable
Valve gear / valves per cylinder – SOHC, Camshaft in cylinder head, 2 valves

Compression ratio 9.5:1

Maximum power (Kw/HP-rpm) 17,88 kW / 24.3 bhp @ 6500 rpm

Maximum speed

Maximum torque (Nm/rpm) 32 Nm @ 4250 +/- 250 rpm

CO2 emission – 76.5 g/km
Idle rpm 1250 ± 100 rpm

Noise Emission 88 dB(A) @ 3250 rpm
Clutch – Wet Multiplate
Secondary transmission – Double Chain

Gearbox – 5 Speed Constant Mesh

Starting System – Electric Start

Engine Oil – SAE 15W50 API SL Jaso MA2 Semi-synthetic


Front wheel – 90/90-21 M/C 54H
Rear wheel – 120/90-17 64S
Front suspension – Hydraulic telescopic fork 41 mm, 200 mm Travel

Rear suspension – Progressive central spring strut 5-way adjustable, 180mm travel

ABS – Dual Channel ABS (Switchable to Single Channel ABS, – Rear Wheel ABS Control Deactivation)

Front brake – Disc (300mm), 2-piston floating caliper

Rear brake – Disc (240mm), 1-piston floating caliper


Petrol tank (imperial gallons) – 3.3 +/- 0.11 gallons

Low fuel warning – 1.21 +/- 0.11 gallons

Consumption (mpg) – 3.18 (L/100Kms)
Fuel – Unleaded Petrol, E10 or Less


Instrument Cluster – Digital cluster with main and compass LCD

Navigation – Tripper Turn by Turn

Emergency stop switch – Yes

Central and side stand

Engine Guard

Tool kit

Burst Switch

Side stand switch – Yes

Luggage Rack


Granite Black

Mirage Silver

Pine Green

Lake Blue

Rock Red

Gravel Grey

Prices From: £4,599

Further information and photos at Royal Enfield UK

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