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Offline Wild Hearted Son

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Re: Royal Enfield Himalayan 750
« Reply #40 on: July 21, 2017, 08:26:32 am »
I think it looks great.
IF it comes here it, I'm sure it will be too expensive for what it is.
No doubt you'll be able to buy a well sorted DR & probably a  KLR too for the price of a new Himalayan.
Why would anyone bother?
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Re: Royal Enfield Himalayan 750
« Reply #41 on: July 21, 2017, 08:38:03 am »
I think it looks great.
IF it comes here it, I'm sure it will be too expensive for what it is.
No doubt you'll be able to buy a well sorted DR & probably a  KLR too for the price of a new Himalayan.
Why would anyone bother?
There definitely is a gap in the market here as we can no longer get affordable new 650's (KLR, DR, XR) . Even the more expense BMW650 and Yamaha 650 have also been discontinued. If they can be priced right, they should sell
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