The Royal Enfield Euro 5 Himalayan specs are yet to be listed on the company’s websites, although they are likely to be identical to the BS6 Royal Enfield Himalayan specs.
Royal Enfield Euro 5 Himalayan specs
The biggest change in the new Royal Enfield Euro 5 Himalayan is the engine. It complies with the more stringent Euro 5 emission norms.
The single-cylinder, air-cooled, SOHC mill comes with fuel-injection and churns out 24.3 BHP of power at 6,500rpm and 32Nm of torque at 4,000-4,500rpm. The gearbox is linked to is a 5-speed unit.
To give the Himalayan a refreshed look, the Chennai-based company introduced 3 new colours – Rock Red, Lake Blue, and Gravel Grey. The previous Granite Black, Snow White, and Sleet Grey colours are also available.
Apart from that, the bike also features a hazard light function, white background lighting in the instrument cluster and improved side stand now.
The Himalayan already had ABS, however, to give riders more freedom in off-road conditions, Royal Enfield added an option to switch it off for the rear wheel along with the Euro 5 upgrade. This should be welcomed with open arms by many enthusiasts.
In Germany, the prices of the Euro 5 Royal Enfield Himalayan start at EUR 4,619 (INR 3.86 lakh).