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Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 vs Old Himalayan 411

Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 is an adventure bike that retains a silhouette similar to the previous model; it looks sleeker and more athletic. The Royal Enfield Himalayan 411 is an adventure motorcycle available in six variants and six colors. Himalayan 450 Base starting price is Rs. 3,35,722 whereas Himalayan Standard starting price is Rs. 2,58,701.

New Himalayan 452 vs Old Himalayan 411: Engine

The new Himalayan 450 has a 452cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine that produces 40.02 bhp at 8000 rpm and 40Nm at 5500 rpm. It comes mated to a standard six-speed gearbox with an assist and slipper clutch. The Himalayan 411 has a 411cc, air oil-cooled engine that produces 24.5 horsepower and 32 Nm of peak torque. The engine is coupled to a five-speed gearbox.

SpecificationsNew Royal Enfield Himalayan 452 Royal Enfield Himalayan 411
Engine452 cc liquid-cooled, single cylinder, DOHC, 4 valve411cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled (with oil-cooler), 2-valve 
Power40.02bhp at 8000 rpm24.8bhp at 6500 rpm
Kerb Weight196 kg198 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity17 Liters15 Liters
Gearbox6-speed with slip-and-assist clutch5-speed
Torque40Nm at 5500 rpm32Nm at 4000-4500 rpm

New Himalayan 452 vs Old Himalayan 411: Features

The Himalayan 452 has a USB charging port, a 4-inch circular TFT display with smartphone connectivity, and integrated map navigation. The new Himalayan has a bigger fuel tank with a capacity of 17 liters. The brakes have been updated as well, and now they’re stronger; there is now a 320-mm hydraulic disc brake at the front and a 270-mm disc at the rear. The Himalayan 411 has a semi-digital instrument cluster, and owners can get turn-by-turn navigation with the Royal Enfield’s tripper navigation module.

New Himalayan 452 vs Old Himalayan 411: Suspension and Brakes

The Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 has new mechanicals compared to the previous-generation Himalayan 411. It comprises a 43mm upside-down telescopic fork with 200mm travel at the front and a linked mono-shock with 200mm travel at the rear. The motorcycle retains its 90/90-21 tube-type front tyre from the Himalayan 411, while at the rear, there is a new, wider 140/80 R17 tube-type radial tyre.


The top competitors of the new Himalayan 450 and 411 are the  KTM 390 Adventure, BMW G 310 GS and Yezdi Adventure.

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