Royal Enfield Scram 411 launched, prices start at Rs 2.03 lakh
The Scram 411 in Graphite Yellow, Graphite Red and Graphite Blue, come with grey tanks and distinct tank badges and matching tyre rim tapes. The Skyline Blue and Blazing Black have distinct colour tanks with the identifiable Royal Enfield stripes and matching mud guards. The top-end variant, in two colourways - White Flame and Silver Spirit - flaunt dual tank colours, with unique and fun graphics.
The Scram is powered by a 411cc single cyl, air-cooled engine and five-speed gearbox both of which are shared with its more adventure-focussed sibling. Both the Scram 411 and the Himalayan share the same chassis, suspension, disc brakes as well.
The Scram 411 does come with some stand-out features of its own like the new headlight housing unit and cowl instead of the Himalayan's tubular metal structures around its fuel tank, and lack of a windscreen up front. Also the Scram 411 gets a wide handlebar, a single, stepped seat and a tighter tail section which's devoid of a rear luggage rack.
The most significant change to the new bike is its smaller 19-inch spoke wheel up front instead of the bigger 21-inch wheel on the Himalayan. However, the bike retains the 17-inch spoke wheel at the rear. the Scram also misses out on the tripper navigation pod and even a center stand as standard fitment. Both these bits will have to be added n to the bike through Enfield's Make It Yours (MIY) app. If you find the Himalayan to be a big and imposing adventure motorcycle, that's an issue that RE aims to address with the new Scram 411. The Scram is positioned to be more accessible by having a more convenient riding position and of course it is more affordable than its dual-purpose ADV sibling. The Scram 411 is 6.5kg lighter than the Himalayan, dry.
Bookings and test rides begin across dealerships in India today at a limited period introductory price of Rs 2,03,085 for the Graphite Red, Yellow and Blue; Rs 2,04,921 for the Skyline Blue and Blazing Black; and Rs 2,08,593 for the Scram 411 Silver Spirit and White Flame.
What's the new RE like to ride? We've gotten our hands on the Scram 411.
Read about it the Royal Enfield Scram 411 first ride review here.
Starts Rs 2,03,000
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