Royal Enfield Himalayan accessories prices revealed; start at Rs 950

Royal Enfield Himalayan price, Himalayan 450 accessories, rally kit, panniers, engine guard.

The new Royal Enfield Himalayan, much like every other model from the company, was developed along with a dedicated range of genuine motorcycle accessories. And now, the company has revealed the prices of this extensive list of accessories. 

  1. Two different types of engine guards available
  2. Top box and panniers can be had in either silver or black

The accessories range is as diverse as it is extensive and you can retrofit just about anything except the Rally Pack to the bike after you purchase it.

The most inexpensive accessory one can buy for the new Himalayan is the rally handlebar pad, costing a mere Rs 950. There are also two different choices of engine oil filler caps available, one in silver and one in black, both costing an identical Rs 1,050. 

Since touring is arguably the thing Himalayan owners seem to indulge in the most, let's take a look at what luggage costs for this model. Royal Enfield will sell you an entire array of luggage accessories as well as mounts for these. The top box mount costs Rs 2,450 while the pannier rails cost Rs 3,950. The top box itself can be had in either silver or black and costs Rs 23,250 whichever colour you choose. A good feature here is that the top box comes standard with a padded backrest for the pillion and you don’t need to buy that separately like on most other options in the market.

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The panniers too can be had in either black or silver and cost Rs 32,950, making these the most expensive accessory in the catalogue. Waterproof inner bags are available as well, priced at Rs 2,750 for a pair. 

A taller touring screen is available too, priced at Rs 3,450. Accessory seats for both the rider and pillion are priced at Rs 4,450 and Rs 3,950, respectively. A set of touring mirrors will set you back an additional Rs 6,850. 

Crash protection is available and a set of large engine guards will cost you Rs 4,750, while the Rally protection kit, which incorporates engine guards and a beefy metal sump guard will set you back by Rs 9,950. A radiator guard will cost you Rs 1,950 while the headlight grille commands Rs 3,950. 

The Rally Pack cannot be bought separately and needs to be optioned in at the time of purchase through Royal Enfield’s MIY configurator. 

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