Royal Enfield All-New Himalayan 450 is here | Price, Variants, Mileage.

Upcoming Royal Enfield Himalayan 450

All-new Himalayan Kamet White

Royal Enfield has unveiled the Himalayan 450, marking the next chapter in the legacy of its iconic predecessor, the revered Himalayan 410. Set to arrive soon in Dubai, this successor promises a substantial leap in quality and performance over its legendary forerunner. The Himalayan 450’s evolution includes a robust 452cc liquid-cooled engine, an advancement that ensures heightened power and better efficiency. Notably, this model boasts improved build quality, surpassing the benchmarks set by its predecessor, while integrating technological enhancements such as the 4-inch TFT instrument console with smartphone connectivity, advanced navigation features, and refined switchable ABS.

With its enhanced capabilities, adaptability to diverse terrains, and a commitment to superior craftsmanship, the Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 emerges as an eagerly anticipated addition to Dubai’s motorcycle landscape, appealing to riders seeking an elevated standard of adventure and performance on the road.

The Royal Enfield Himalayan 452 expected price is near 13,000 AED. The all new motorcycle represents the brand’s flagship adventure motorcycle, boasting increased power and reduced weight compared to its predecessor. Notably, it introduces a liquid-cooled engine, a pioneering step for Royal Enfield.

Colour: Hanle Black




Colours and variants:

The Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 offers four variants-Base, Pass, Summit, Hanke Black, with a paid option of Tubeless Spoke wheels and comes in five different colors-Hanle Black, Kamet White, Slate Poppy Blue, Slate Himalayan Salt, Kaza Brown.


4-inch Tft

Technical features:

The Himalayan series offers distinct color schemes across variants, ensuring a personalized riding experience. Feature-wise, the Himalayan 452 impresses with a 4-inch TFT instrument console offering smartphone connectivity, integrated Google Maps navigation, and helmet communication device compatibility. Equipped with switchable ABS and ride-by-wire technology with various riding modes, it ensures an enriched riding experience.



40bhp, 450cc Liquid-cooled engine.

Engine, The Sherpa 450:

The Royal Enfield Himalayan 452 houses a 452cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine, named ‘Sherpa,’ delivering 40PS at 8,000rpm and 40Nm at 5,500rpm, paired with a 6-speed gearbox incorporating a slip and assist clutch system.


Suspension and Brakes:

Handling the bike’s suspension, a 43mm Showa inverted fork and a linked mono-shock offer 200mm travel. Braking duties are managed by a 320mm front disc with a double-piston caliper and a 270mm rear disc with a single-piston caliper, equipped with switchable ABS.

Tyres include 90/90-21 Ceat Gripp RE F at the front and 140/80 R 17 Ceat Gripp Rad Steel RE (Steel Radial) at the rear, ensuring a balanced grip. With a ground clearance of 230mm and an adjustable seat height ranging from 825mm to 845mm, the bike’s wheelbase stands at 1,510mm. Additionally, it boasts a 17-liter fuel tank and a curb weight of 196kg.



Stay tuned for an upcoming ride review on the highly anticipated Royal Enfield Himalayan 450! Get ready to explore in-depth insights and firsthand experiences with this cutting-edge adventure bike soon.

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