Three new colorways of the 411cc Royal Enfield Himalayan were digitally introduced by Philippine distributor Hardcore Brothers Custom Motorcycles, Inc. on October 10.
These are Rock Red, Lake Blue and Gravel Grey. The Royal Enfield Himalayan street version has a price of P299, 000 while the Touring version with panniers is priced at P326, 000.
Next Saturday, the new Himalayan will be available for test ride and those interested can come to the Royal Enfield showroom in Makati.
The Royal Enfield Himalayan is “Built for all roads. Built for no roads”. Aside from the new colors, new features of the Himalayan are Euro IV engine, dual ABS and improved side stand to make parking on any kind of terrain easier.
The Royal Enfield brand is doing well despite the pandemic and the Himalayan is suited for Philippine roads.
Royal Enfield Press Release:
Royal Enfield, the global leader in the mid-size motorcycle segment, has consistently worked towards building increased accessibility for consumers, into the motorcycling way of life. The brand continues to appeal and attract various audiences via its products, initiatives and engagements.
The Royal Enfield Himalayan has redefined adventure touring in India and across the world, and managed to carve a niche within the adventure touring segment. Inspired by Royal Enfield’s 60 years of enduring history in its spiritual home – The Himalayas – the motorcycle has been an accessible and engaging option for riding enthusiasts.
Together with Hardcore Brothers Custom Motorcycles, Inc., Royal Enfield expects a more ambitious business growth, greater expansion and best customer service and experience in the country.
Vimal Sumbly, Head – APAC Business Markets said, “The Philippines is one of the promising markets for Royal Enfield. It has been our constant endeavor to build greater accessibility for discerning customers. We have sold over 400 Himalayans in the country and have received excellent feedback on this Adventure Tourer from Royal Enfield. I am delighted to also share that Himalayan has won the “Best Adventure Touring Motorcycle – 2018 by the C! Magazine and Motorcycle of the Year, 2017 Best Adventure/Dual Sport by the Car Awards Group in the Philippines. This apart, the product has also been garnering a lot of positive response from Adventure enthusiasts in the country. It is undoubtedly the fastest growing adventure motorcycle for the brand in the APAC region. With the ease or riding and handling, more focus on rider safety, the new Himalayan in the Euro IV specification is also equipped with a hazard switch that warns other riders in its proximity in case of a red flag and improved side stand that will make parking on any kind of terrain easier. It’s ideal for on road and off-road riding, and practical for everyday riding as well as weekend adventures.”
Jimmy D. L. Barinaga, President and CEO, Hardcore Brothers Custom Motorcycles, Inc. shared, “We are excited to launch new colorways in the Philippines for the new Himalayan Euro IV. In addition to the current colors – Snow White and Granite Black, Himalayan will have four new colors, two dual-tone colors, inspired from the varied terrains that our riders ride on during their journeys – Lake Blue and Rock Red, the camouflage Sleet Grey and Gravel Grey that has a satin finish to it. With these colorways and the accessible price point of 299, 000 Php, the product will appeal to adventure enthusiasts and two wheeler intenders alike.”
For more about the Himalayan, visit Royal Enfields’s website here .
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