There are few well known members who have sold the bike and shifted to other bikes due quality and reliability issues. Also the pathetic attitude of service team.
Right advice , now they have stopped the sale and production to resolve the issues. But taking booking saying it would be fi and abs post August delivery.No
No bro please don't go for Himalayan... Wait for BMW 301 or go for d400.
Yes totally agree on that.. it's the worst product from re clan's .. I never understood the cult following crowd why they love to spend their hard earned money on it.. n regret later.Right advice , now they have stopped the sale and production to resolve the issues. But taking booking saying it would be fi and abs post August delivery.
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Nice yaar and wish u many more happy and trouble free miles with smile.Hello all,
I have been using the bike and have completed over 10,000kms. This includes riding from Mumbai to Kanyakumari and back.
I must say that in terms of performance, touring ability and long distance riding comfort, the Himalayan is a great bike. Trust me, I did Mumbai to Bangalore in one day with minimal fatigue.
I can't say the same about reliability though. Like other Himalayan owners, I also faced a few glitches with my bike initially. The initial batches of bikes have many known flaws, but the company is replacing faulty parts under warranty. I have got the parts replaced and for now I am happy.
With that said, I personally don't regret buying the Himalayan. There's no other bike currently available in India with meets my needs in the price band of under 2 Lakhs.