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ROYAL ENFIELD

Royal Enfield is a brand with a legendary history in the automotiveindustry. Enfield has changed a lot with time. The company started its journeyin 1893 and has developed various ultimate machines till now. Giving a newdefinition to biking, Royal Enfield has converted the idea of riding a legendin the form of two wheeler.

Royal Enfield is a brand with a legendary history in the automotiveindustry. Enfield has changed a lot with time. The company started its journeyin 1893 and has developed various ultimate machines till now. Giving a newdefinition to biking, Royal Enfield has converted the idea of riding a legendin the form of two wheeler. After the launch of Bullet in 1931, the company hasbecome a household name in Indian market. Bullet is still getting upgrades bythe company from the time it has launched and every single update in themachine is worth spending for. Bullet offers a charm with its bulky and toughlooks, which is anytime suitable and looks awesome on rider of any age, acomplete package of tough body, powerful engine and latest technology. Matedwith Carburetor or EFI (Electronic Fuel Injection), Bullets does not have any competition because it does not falls underany category, they itself are a category.

Thelatest bike in news from the manufacturer’s stable is the Royal Enfield Himalayan that is based on the adventure tourer platform.

RoyalEnfield Himalayan housesa 410cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine that comes mated to a five-speedtransmission system. The engine will hopefully churn out a net power ofsomewhere around 28bhp with an expected torque of 40-44Nm. The bike runs on especiallydesigned adventure-styled tyres. The suspension system has been tunedspecifically to conquer the terrains with ease and comprises of long traveltelescopic forks upfront and a mono shock absorber at the rear. Royal EnfieldHimalayan decelerates with the help of dual disc brakes equipped at the frontand rear.

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