Royal Enfield Scram 411 price announcement, launch soon

The Scram will be a slightly lighter version of the Himalayan with a 19-inch front wheel. Will take on the newly launched Yezdi Scrambler.

A few days ago, we reported on a leaked brochure for Royal Enfield’s upcoming Scram 411, and we are told that the bike is about to launch soon.

Royal Enfield Scram 411: What is it? 

The Scram 411 is essentially a stripped-back version of the Royal Enfield Himalayan, with the intention of offering a more playful, scrambler-style motorcycle as an alternative to the ADV-style Himalayan. What is immediately clear is that the Scram loses the Himalayan’s windscreen, and instead of the tubular metal structures around the fuel tank, it gets a small fuel tank shroud.   

The other significant visual change is that the Scram 411 gets a small metal headlamp cowl.

A few more changes are in the form of a new single-piece seat and different side panels. The instrument console is also different, with a large off-set speedometer and a smaller tripper navigation display. The Scram also gets a different rear grab handle design and it’s missing the ADV-style beak fender seen on the Himalayan. Finally, the Scram 411 could come with more striking and youthful colour schemes than the Himalayan, according to dealer sources. 

Royal Enfield Scram 411: Engine and specifications

Mechanically, the Scram is likely to feature the same 411cc, two-valve, SOHC air-cooled motor that makes 24hp and 32Nm in the Himalayan, although it might have some small tuning differences. The main chassis is likely to be the same, but the Scram appears to be running a smaller 19-inch front wheel against the 21-inch wheel on the Himalayan. It also seems to be wearing a fatter front tyre with a different tread pattern. A consequence of the smaller front wheel is that the Scram claims 200mm of ground clearance against the Himalayan’s 220mm. On the positive side, the Scram is likely to be a little lighter than the 199kg Himalayan. 

The Royal Enfield Scram 411 will serve as a direct rival to the newly launched Yezdi Scrambler and prices could start at around the Rs 2 lakh mark.

What are your first impressions of the new Royal Enfield Scram 411? Let us know in the comments below.

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