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BS-6 Royal Enfield Himalayan To Get new Colours, Switchable ABS And Hazard Switch

Royal Enfield has teased the new BS-6 Himalayan and the updated motorcycle will be launched soon. It will get a BS-6 engine and other new features.

Royal Enfield has started its BS-6 launches with the new Classic 350. Royal Enfield has now released a teaser of the BS-6 Himalayan, which is expected to be launched this month. It was last showcased at the 2019 EICMA, in three new colour options and some minor upgrades.

The BS-6 Royal Enfield Himalayan in India will get the same three new colours. Along with its updated 411cc Fuel Injected engine, it will also get switchable ABS and a hazard switch. Some minor changes to the instrument console will also come.

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The hazard switch usually comes on motorcycles that are touring and off-roading friendly. The new colour options include Red/Black, Lake Blue/Black and a Matte Grey option. All these changes will come on the Himalayan.

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For complying with the BS-6 norms, Royal Enfield would not have much trouble with the Himalayan. It already comes equipped with fuel injection technology, which makes thing easier. It will continue with the same 411cc air-cooled engine with slight changes in the power figures.

The motor produces 25 BHP and 32 Nm of peak torque, mated to a 5-speed gearbox. Comparing it to the other Royal Enfield motorcycles, the Himalayan gets a relatively newer engine matching the modern standards.

The suspension is handled with 41mm telescopic forks at the front and a mono-shock at the back. For braking, the Himalayan gets front and rear disc brakes with dual-channel ABS as standard fitment.

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On the other hand, Royal Enfield will launch the new generations of Thunderbird 350, and Bullet 350 soon. The company will soon discontinue 500cc engines ahead of the BS-6 norms. So, post-April 2020, no Bullet 500, Classic 500 or Thunderbird 500 will be available.