Next week in India, the Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 will be delivered to customers.

At the MotoVerse 2023 event in Goa, Royal Enfield unveiled the prices of the eagerly anticipated second-generation Himalayan. Competitively priced against competitors like the BMW G310 GS and KTM 390 Adventure X, the dual-purpose adventure tourer starts at Rs. 2.69 lakh (ex-showroom). The range-topping model, on the other hand, is priced at Rs. 2.84 lakh (ex-showroom).

There are five color options for the Royal Enfield Himalayan 450: Kaza Brown, Salte Himalayan Salt, Slate Poppy Blue, Hanle Black, and Kamet White. It has a longer wheelbase, 10 mm more ground clearance at 230 mm, and is broader and longer than the now-discontinued Himalayan 411. The height of the seat is adjustable from 805 mm to 845 mm.

The adv has brake lights, LED turn signals, and LED headlamps. It is supported by a twin-spar tubular frame with 43 mm upside-down front forks made in Showa and a linked-type monoshock at the back handling suspension duties. Regarding braking power, the domestic producer equips the Himalayan 450 with dual-channel ABS-assisted disc brakes on both the front and rear wheels.

The list of features also includes a tall transparent windscreen, ride-by-wire throttle, split seats, metal braces around the fuel tank, a distinctive front beak, a wide handlebar, a USB charging port, a dedicated M button for Eco and Performance modes, and a five-way joystick to navigate through the various functions.

It has spoked wheels with 21-inch front and 17-inch rear spokes that are covered with tubed Ceat rubber. For the upcoming year, Royal Enfield will provide tubeless tires as an option. Official customer deliveries of the motorcycle will start in a number of states next week, and reservations for it are now being accepted online or at authorized retailers.

With the Himalayan 450, Royal Enfield is providing a wide range of accessories for touring and off-roading demands. Regarding performance, a brand-new 452 cc Sherpa engine is used, which generates 40.02 PS of maximum power and 40 Nm of peak torque. A six-speed transmission connects the powertrain, and a slip/assist clutch is included as standard equipment.

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