Royal Enfield Discontinues Himalayan Due to Poor sale | 2017 RE Himalayan BS4 with FI Launch Soon

@Royal Enfield Himalayan

Royal Enfield Himalayan which is being produced in Chennai plant. RE Himalayan owner had faced several issues with regard to quality and performance. As scene the RE Himalayan is slowly losing its control on the Indian market, where sales have been on a consistent fall to zero. In the month of May 2017 only 0-zero bikes were registered.

Royal Enfield Himalayan owner’s are complaing about bike quality and relaibility for faulty engine, suspension oil seal problem, chassis cracking and issues with clutch and many more…. Most of owner are talking of the Royal Enfield Himalayan owner for all the wrong reasons.

Broken RE Himalayan Chassis


As per the report the ZERO Royal Enfield Himalayan  has been sold since 1st April 2017. The reason for the stop of the bike manufacturing is that the company will launch updated and will resolve all problems. All new Royal Enfield Himalayan will come with BS4 variant which is completly new product with FI and expected zero problem (and probably ABS).

Rudratej Singh, President of Royal Enfield has announced that the upcoming Himalayan FI BS4 variant gets fuel injected which is all set to enter the markets soon. Added to that the company’s upcoming upgraded version of the Himalayan is more powerful,best performing.

When we contact a dealership in Bangalore about the sales and availabilty of RE Himalayan they said bikes are still available.

RE Himalayan is powered by a 411cc, oil-cooled, single-cylinder that is capable of producing 24.5 bhp of max power @ 6,500 rpm and 32 Nm torque of max torque @ 4,000 rpm. It is mated to a 5 speed gearbox.

Sales figures of the RE Himalayan

  • September 2016 – 1263 units.
  • January 2017 – 638 units.
  • February 2017 – 491 units.
  • March 2017 – 53 units.

NOTE – Royal Enfield hasn’t started production of the BS4 Himalayan and thus no units of the adventure bike were sold last month. The company will launch the BS4 version of the Himalayan in August.



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