Prices for Royal Enfield Himalayan Accessories Have Been Disclosed, With the Range Starting at Rs 950.

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1. There are two distinct types of engine guards available

2. Top box and panniers are offered in either silver or black. 

The range of accessories is both diverse and extensive, allowing for retrofitting of nearly anything, excluding the Rally Pack, after the bike’s purchase.

The most affordable accessory for the new Himalayan is the rally handlebar pad, priced at just Rs 950. Additionally, there are two options for engine oil filler caps, one in silver and one in black, both priced at Rs 1,050.

Considering the popularity of touring among Himalayan owners, luggage options are noteworthy. Royal Enfield offers a variety of luggage accessories and mounts. The top box mount costs Rs 2,450, and the pannier rails are priced at Rs 3,950. The top box itself, available in silver or black, is priced at Rs 23,250, and it comes standard with a padded backrest for the pillion, eliminating the need for a separate purchase.

Panniers are available in black or silver, with a cost of Rs 32,950, making them the most expensive accessory in the catalog. Waterproof inner bags are also available at Rs 2,750 for a pair.

For enhanced touring comfort, a taller touring screen is offered at Rs 3,450. Accessory seats for both the rider and pillion are priced at Rs 4,450 and Rs 3,950, respectively. Touring mirrors can be added for Rs 6,850.

Crash protection accessories include large engine guards priced at Rs 4,750. The Rally protection kit, which includes engine guards and a robust metal sump guard, is priced at Rs 9,950. A radiator guard costs Rs 1,950, and the headlight grille is priced at Rs 3,950.

Notably, the Rally Pack cannot be purchased separately and must be selected at the time of purchase through Royal Enfield’s MIY configurator.

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