2021 Himalayan changes include updates to the seat, windscreen, rear carrier, etc. Tripper navigation is also available on the new model…

Royal Enfield has just launched the latest iteration of its mid-size Adventure motorcycle Himalayan. After getting settled with its quality issues, the company has now turned its attention towards evolving it with better features, along with incorporating customer feedback.

2021 Himalayan Changes

Let us list the key changes in the latest model..

  • Tripper Navigation – There is a small device in the instrument cluster which is dedicated to show navigation display. To use this, you can pair your smartphone and lock the location on the Royal Enfield app which has inbuilt Google Maps feature. This is the second model in RE’s lineup to get this feature.
  • Windscreen – It also features a new taller windscreen which prevents wind blasts better.
2021 Himalayan changes
The tripper navigation and the taller windscreen…
  • New Colors – There is a fresher Granite Black, apart from new Mirage Silver and Pine Green. From the older shades, Royal Enfield is continuing with Lake Blue, Rock Red and Gravel Grey.
One of the new shades – Pine Green…
  • Updated Seat – The company informs that the seat has been worked upon and offers improved cushioning for extended saddle times.
  • Rear Carrier – There is an additional plate which allows for secure fastening and placement of luggage. It has also been lowered now for ease of mounting.
2021 Himalayan changes
The new rear carrier…

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  • Front Rack – It is now leaner and has been ergonomically adjusted for lesser interference around the legs.
  • MiY – The Himalayan is now offered under the company’s ‘Make it Yours’ campaign under which you can personalize your motorcycle with a host of accessories like mirror kit, handlebar brace and pad, mounting kit, aluminum panniers, etc.
2021 Himalayan changes

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The 2021 Himalayan has simultaneously been launched in Europe and UK, along with India. Locally, it has seen a price increment of around Rs 10,000 and it is now available at Rs 2.01 Lakh.

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