The 2022 Royal Enfield Himalayan has been announced with a few upgrades. The bike is available in Australian RE showrooms now starting at just $8,190 rideaway...

Royal Enfield were excited to announce the new Himalayan to key Australian & NZ media recently with an online launch where we all got to catch up and check out the updates. The 2022 model gets Tripper Nav, switchable ABS and three new colours, plus meets Euro5…

The 2022 Himalayan has received a host of updates and new colours as its popularity continues to rise.

It also gets improved seat comfort, updated aesthetics, a new windscreen, tank protection bars and an upgraded carry rack. The versatile adventure-touring motorcycle will now be available in new Granite Black (mix of matte and gloss), Mirage Silver and Pine Green, in addition to the existing colourways of Rock Red, Lake Blue and Gravel Grey. The new Himalayan also features switchable anti-lock braking system and the Royal Enfield Tripper, a simple and intuitive turn-by-turn navigation pod. The new version of the Himalayan makes the versatile adventure tourer even more capable and comfortable.



In Australia & New Zealand, since its launch in 2016, Royal Enfield have close to 1800 Himalayan customers who have been riding Himalayans across various terrains in the country. RE say the Himalayan has been a favoured companion for motorcyclists in Australia & New Zealand and was also awarded ‘Best LAMS Adventure Bike for 2017’. Royal Enfield will also be conducting Himalayan Adventure and Himalayan off-road training in Australia and New Zealand in the near future.

Due to its popularity in Australia, Royal Enfield are looking to start rider training courses for the Himalayan.

The Himalayan retains its original versatility and vigour, and makes the ride experience more engaging by adding the Royal Enfield Tripper, a navigation display device for real-time directions, built with Google Maps Platform and paired via the Royal Enfield App to the rider’s smartphone. Inspired by its community and riding enthusiasts, the Himalayan has consistently evolved with aesthetic as well as functional upgrades to enhance the overall ride experience, both on and off the road. The new version of Himalayan retains the original versatility and vigour and makes the experience more secure through Switchable ABS, which will give the rider greater control and a more pleasurable riding experience.



There are also a wide range of accessories available and the bike meets strict Euro5 pollution laws. The Himalayan is available for order and test rides in Australia and New Zealand now, starting at $8,190 Ride Away (Aus) & $8,190 Inc GST(N.Z), now with three years 30,000km warranty and Roadside Assist.  


Check out our Royal Enfield Himalayan Review here


2022 Royal Enfield Himalayan Key Updates

  • Improved seat comfort, updated aesthetics, new windscreen, tank protection bars and upgraded carry rack 
  • Euro5 compliant
  • New 3 year 30k warranty and Roadside Assist
  • Switchable anti-lock braking system 
  • The Himalayan is available in Australia and New Zealand for orders now
  • Australia: from $8,190 Ride Away

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SPECIFICATIONS: 2022 Royal Enfield Himalayan

www.royalenfield.com.au

Price: Starting at $8,190 rideaway
Warranty: Two-year, unlimited kilometre, 24/7 roadside assist
Colours: Granite Black, Mirage Silver, Pine Green, Rock Red, Lake Blue and Gravel Grey.
Claimed power: 18kW[24hp]@6500rpm
Claimed torque: 32Nm@4000rpm
Wet weight: 191kg
Fuel capacity: 15L


Engine: ‘LS 410’ 411cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder, four-stroke, SOHC, EFI
Gearbox: Five-speed, constant mesh
Clutch: Wet, multi-plate
Chassis: Half-duplex split cradle frame
Suspension: 41mm telescopic forks, 200mm travel, monoshock with linkage, 180mm travel
Brakes: Single front 300mm rotor, two-piston caliper, single 240mm rear rotor, single-piston caliper, ABS standard.
Wheels & Tyres: Steel rims, 36 spoke wheels, Pirelli MT-60 tyres, 90/90 – 21in, 120/90 – 17in


Dimensions:
Seat height: 800mm
Overall height: 1360mm
Overall width: 840mm
Overall length: 2190mm


Instruments: Navigation system, switchable ABS, Digital dash


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