Also See- Royal Enfield Continental GT 750
Of course, the upcoming RE Himalayan 750 will get a re-worked chassis to accommodate the more powerful engine. All this could lead to a slight change in the dimensions of the motorcycle. Also, the bike will be a bit heavier than the current model. However, design is likely to remain largely the same. Also, the manufacturer is expected to iron out all the niggles with its adventure tourer by then and hence, we’re hoping for a better build quality with the upcoming bike.
Royal Enfield Himalayan 750 Launch Date
|Launch Date (expected)||Mid-2018|
Obviously, it’s too early to hope for an official launch date. However, it’s very likely that the upcoming Royal Enfield Himalayan 750 model will launch in mid-2018. Upon its launch, this bike will become the new flagship in RE’s product portfolio. There are enough reasons for us to believe that the launch of the 750cc Himalayan will happen before the introduction of the Continental GT 750.
Royal Enfield Himalayan 750 Price in India
|Minimum Price||Rs 3.5 Lakh|
|Maximum Price||Rs 4.0 Lakh|
Our guess is that the upcoming RE Himalayan 750 will go on sale in Rs 3.5 lakh to Rs 4 lakh price bracket. In this price range, the new 750cc RE should appeal to all those willing to upgrade from their current REs. Also, it should become a worthy option for those in the market for a low-priced adventure tourer.
Royal Enfield Himalayan 750 Specifications
|Maximum Power||45 BHP*|
|Peak Torque||62 Nm*|
|Fuel Supply||Fuel Injection|
|Transmission||6-Speed, Manual Transmission|
Powering the Royal Enfield Himalayan 750 will be a new twin-cylinder engine that will displace close to 750cc. Maximum power should be pegged at around 45 BHP and the peak torque at 62 Nm. Akin to the current 410cc motor, even the upcoming engine should boast Fuel Injection. The engine will have to be Euro-VI ready as it’s destined to launch in many international markets. The engine will come along with a six-speed Manual Transmission. Thanks to a long stroke layout, the engine should be sufficiently torque-y in nature.
Royal Enfield Himalayan 750 Mileage
Being a big displacement bike, fuel mileage will be considerably lower than other REs. Expect a peak fuel mileage of 20 KMPL. In city conditions, mileage is likely to go as low as 15 KMPL.
Royal Enfield Himalayan 750 Features
- Electric Start
- Engine Kill Switch
- Gas-charged Rear Shock Absorbers
- Always-on Headlamp
- LED tail lamps
- Front Disc Brake
- Rear Disc Brake
- Spoke Wheels
- DC Electricals
- Fuel Injection
- Mounting points for Jerry Cans, Panniers, Duffle bags etc.
Royal Enfield Himalayan 750 Design
There are enough chances that the upcoming Royal Enfield Himalayan 750 won’t look much different from the current model. This means that it will continue to be a good looking adventure touring bike that looks modern and sufficiently rugged. The 750cc Royal Enfield Himalayan too will feature a raised front mudguard, spoke wheels, disc brakes with steel braided brake lines, black-painted engine, raised handlebar, a upswept exhaust, round-shaped headlight and round-shaped rear view mirrors. The upcoming motorcycle will have features like side panniers, crash guard, jerry cans for fuel and other essential touring gear. The rear features an LED tail lamp unit.
Stay tuned to Car Blog India for latest news updates on the Royal Enfield Himalayan 750 Launch Date, Price in India, Specifications, and Mileage.
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