The Royal Enfield Himalayan is available in six different colors in India

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Royal Enfield Himalayan is one of the most popular and first adventure motorcycles from Royal Enfield. Currently, it is available in India in six colour options under its BS6 avatar.

  • Six color options are available for the Himalayan
  • The ex-showroom price of Rs 2.14 lakh
  • The engine is a 411cc, single-cylinder unit
Royal Enfield Himalayan

Pine Green is the first paint scheme that sports camouflage-style graphics on the bodywork. As a complete contrast, Granite Black paint features both matte and gloss black finishes. Additionally, this option includes an ‘01’ graphic on the fuel tank. The Himalayan is available in two colour options at a price of Rs 2.22 lakh. 

Royal Enfield Himalayan

Additionally, you can order a Royal Enfield Himalayan in either Rock Red or Lake Blue. Red and black mix together in the first option, while white contrasts with the blue on the latter and appears on both fuel tanks. Prices for both options start at Rs 2.18 lakh. Finally, the Himalayan comes in the most affordable colour option at Rs 2.14 lakh. There are two solid colors in this collection, Mirage Silver and Gravel Grey.

Royal Enfield Himalayan

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As mentioned, the Royal Enfield Himalayan comes equipped with a 411cc, single-cylinder engine that generates a healthy 24.3bhp and 32Nm. Additionally, it includes standard equipment like switchable ABS and tripper navigation. This bike will compete against KTM 390 Adventure and 250 Adventure, as well as Suzuki VStrom SX.

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