Royal Enfield has finally made available the Himalayan with ABS and Euro 4 compliance.

Royal Enfield Himalayan Review
The Himalayan has a service interval of 10,000 kms

Royal Enfield has displayed the Himalayan at EICMA and it comes with BS4 compliance and ABS. The current model of the Himalayan isn’t Euro 4/ BSIV compliant and the company had never stated their plans of launching an updated model, hence the unveil of this model does come across as a rather surprising move.

The updated Himalayan comes with the long-stroke LS410 400cc engine and its steel frame is capable for off-road use. The engine has been tweaked for better low-end response for better rideability. The engine is also smoother than before and it even churns out better efficiency.

The bike has a fuel tank capacity of 15-litres and it has a range of around 480 kms which is brilliant. Apart from this, the bike also gets different tyres and automatic headlights. To pass the Euro 4 norms, the company had to change to carburettor-based engine to a fuel-injected unit.

Royal Enfield Himalayan ABS

– The Himalayan now gets ABS and BS4 compliance
– The bike gets a long-stroke LS410 engine
– The bike now comes with fuel-injected technology

Royal Enfield Himalayan Grey
Pricing of the updated bike will be known in a few months