Royal Enfield Guerrilla 450 Unveiled: Base and Top Variants Spotted

Royal Enfield Guerrilla 450

If there was a way to measure India’s most anticipated motorcycle, the Royal Enfield Guerrilla 450 would top the charts. The Royal Enfield Guerrilla 450 is expected to be finally launched on July 17, 2024, with much anticipation. Ahead of the launch, spy photos of the motorcycle surfaced online, which were fully revealed during TV recordings, revealing both the base and top variants, highlighting the feature differences between them.

Guerrilla 450 Instrument Display There have been countless sightings of the Guerrilla 450 test vehicle so far. It was initially thought to be called the Scram 450, but Royal Enfield opted for the name Guerrilla 450. The motorcycle has been in the news for a few years now and has completed its rather extensive testing phase, which lasted for around two years.

In appearance, it is a lightweight version of the Himalayan 450 that features the latest and greatest engine technology from Royal Enfield. It lacks many features and functions that made the Himalayan 450 a touring and off-road vehicle. A cheaper roadster-style version of the Himalayan 450, so to speak.

Speculations that the Guerrilla 450 would have the same dashboard display as the Himalayan 450 turned out to be true and were confirmed by the recent Bullet Guru video. We can see that the base variant gets the semi-analogue setup of the Super Meteor along with the Tripper Screen accessories. Whether it is standard or optional, only time will tell. We can also see that apparently only the top variant is dual-tone.

On the base variant, we can see an analogue-digital instrument cluster that seems to be shared with the Meteor 350 and Meteor 650 motorcycles. There is an analogue speedometer and a circular LCD display in the middle. The red needle of this speedometer and the central LCD panel are visible in recent spy photographs.

Is aggressive pricing confirmed?

This is quite a big revelation and suggests that Royal Enfield is trying to hit an affordable price range. In this regard, the Guerrilla 450 lacks USD telescopic front forks, windscreen, larger tank, large 21-inch and 17-inch wheels with dedicated off-road tires, tank mounts, luggage racks, and pannier racks. All of these are offered with the Himalayan 450.

This Tripper Dash makes a lot of sense on the Guerrilla 450 because it offers a lot of features. It supports Google Maps, a dedicated smartphone app, music controls, expanded telemetry, crisp resolution, and much more. As for the powertrain, the Guerrilla 450 has the same 452cc Sherpa 450 engine with 40 hp and 40 Nm, which is liquid-cooled and features a 4V DOHC cylinder head, throttle, slipper clutch, and a 6-speed gearbox. has.

When the Royal Enfield is launched, it will compete with other roadster motorcycles like the Triumph Speed ​​​​400, Harley-Davidson X440, Hero Mavrick 440, KTM 390 Duke, Honda CB300R, Yezdi Roadster and even the new Bajaj Pulsar NS400Z. Priced well, Royal Enfield might have another winner on its hands.

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