Royal Enfield to launch Himalayan Scram411 on March 15, 2022

Royal Enfield has unveiled the teaser for the launch of the Scram 411 in India. The Himalayan series motorcycle will be launched on March 15. The Himalayan Scram 411 will target many daily commuters and off-roading adventurers. The dusty terrain in the teaser suggests that the Scram 411 is more into off-roading, but the road-based Himalayan Scram 411 is more suited to everyday commuting needs and is capable of some light off-roading as well. Being a toned down version of the Himalayan range of bikes, the Scram 411 will be comfortable to ride in the city as well. Dealer dispatches of Royal Enfield Himalayan Scram 411 have started. Scram 411 branded accessories and riding gear have also started reaching dealerships.

RE Scram 411 Key Features

The RE Scram 411 retains the core design of the RE Himalayan, with most of its off-roading equipment removed. The Himalayan’s flagship exoskeleton with dedicated luggage racks at the front and rear has been lifted from the Scram 411. Because of this the bike is likely to adapt to city traffic conditions. Other things missing from the Scram 411 include the windscreen, knuckle guards and raised front fender. At the rear, the bike has been fitted with a standard grab rail instead of a luggage rack.

One significant change is the replacement of the larger 21-inch front wheel used on the Himalayan with a 19-inch front wheel. With this, the ground clearance is 200 mm compared to 220 mm of the Himalayan. The 17-inch wheel at the rear is the same as the Himalayan. The Scram 411 continues to use spoke wheels like the Himalayan. The bike has dual-purpose tires with block pattern.

The Scram 411 bike gets a signature cast metal headlamp cowl, offset speedometer, Royal Enfield branding on the side panels with urban badge plates. Unlike the Himalayan which had separate split seats, the Scram 411 gets a single-piece seat with a quilted pattern. The updated seat can provide a comfortable ride in the city.

RE Scram 411 Engine and Braking

Royal Enfield will use a 411cc air-cooled single cylinder engine in the Scram. It can produce maximum power of 24.3 bhp at 6,500 rpm and peak torque of 32 Nm at 4000-4500 rpm. The Scram 411 is mated to a 5-speed constant mesh gearbox. It is possible that the engine may have been tuned for better on-road performance. The Scram 411 has telescopic front forks and a monoshock at the rear. Braking is provided by 300 mm and 240 mm discs at the front and rear respectively. Dual-channel ABS is offered as standard.

RE Scram 411 color

To ensure a distinct identity for the Scram 411, Royal Enfield has also introduced new color options for the bike. It includes both single and dual-tone color options. While the dual-tone color theme on the Himalayan is vertically spaced, the Scream 411 uses horizontal brush strokes. Distinctive Scram 411 badging can be seen on the side panels in contrasting colour. Royal Enfield may add a new color combination for urban users with the Scream 411. Specifically, Scrum 411 will use a dual tone color pattern to make it attractive.

RE Scram 411 price

Royal Enfield Scram 411 may be priced around ₹ 2.10 lakh (ex-showroom). It will compete with the recently launched Yezdi Scrambler motorcycles in India.

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