Till date, Royal Enfield has been creating and selling motorcycles which have been managed to retain the heritage and retro appeal of the motorcycles which it used to sell in the yesteryears. Though all of its motorcycles now use contemporary components, features and powertrain, they still look as if they are stuck to the original models as far as design, appeal and functionality are concerned.
Also, all of the motorcycles by Royal Enfield are destined to take only the smooth patches of roads, whether of short or long distance. This means that, Royal Enfield was absent from the scene of the now very dwelling segment of adventure tourers. Royal Enfield did feel the sense of an adventure motorcycle in its product portfolio, which is why it took nearly four years to properly engineer and design its first ever such motorcycle, the all new Himalayan.
The Himalayan brings a lot of new things to the table – an all new engine, all new chassis, all new design language, and most importantly, all new functionality of performing on both on and off road terrains with equal ease. Here’s our comprehensive review of the all new Royal Enfield Himalayan.