Royal Enfield Guerrilla 450: new spy shots reveal fresh details

    Guerrilla 450 is expected to be priced lower than the Himalayan given the simpler hardware that’s on display.

    Published On May 20, 2024 12:09:00 PM


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    We’ve already reported in our previous stories that Royal Enfield is developing six new models, with the Guerrilla 450 being the first of those to launch. New leaked images of the Royal Enfield Guerrilla 450 have now surfaced giving us a much better view of the motorcycle.

    Royal Enfeild Guerrilla 450, design, launch, price, details

    This unit looks closer to a production-ready model. Since the Guerrilla 450 will be based on the new Himalayan, many of its parts resemble it.
    It has a single-pod instrument console, a round LED headlight, a large fuel tank and a single-piece seat. It remains to be seen if this single-pod console will be the same TFT that's available on the Himalayan. The tank and tail sections resemble the ADV, and are carried over.
    While the Himalayan uses spoked wheels and a set of tube tyres, the Guerrilla 450 has alloy wheels, and therefore, tubeless tyres. It also ditches the USD fork found on the Himalayan for a gaitered telescopic fork.
    Though much of its hardware is shared between the two, Royal Enfield seems to have set up the Guerrilla 450 primarily for road use. It will also share the same Sherpa 450 engine Royal Enfield uses for the Himalayan.
    However, it remains to be seen if the engine will be tuned differently in the Guerrilla 450. In the Himalayan, this 452cc single-cylinder motor produces 40hp and 40Nm, and is mated to a 6-speed gearbox.

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    Manthan Shah - 27 days ago

    Does a launch in July mean delivery somewhere in August?

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