Royal Enfield Scram 411 spied in new shade; launch soon
Royal Enfield is likely to launch its Scram 411 motorbike in India by January next year. In the latest development, a test mule of the two-wheeler sans camouflage has been found testing on the roads, revealing important design details. The pictures indicate that it will flaunt a gray shade, a blacked-out headlight nacelle, spoked wheels, and an upswept exhaust, among others.
Why does it matter?
- The Scram 411 will be the scrambler version of the Royal Enfield Himalayan. Except for a few cosmetic updates, both vehicles will be almost identical.
- Once it debuts here, the competition in the market will increase to a great extent.
- The upcoming bike should be affordably priced, and its good looks and excellent performance should appeal to the customers.
The bike will have a stepped-up seat and bash plate
The Royal Enfield Scram 411 might sit on a split cradle frame and have a muscular fuel tank with extensions, a stepped-up seat, a single-piece pillion grab rail, a metal bash plate, and a circular headlight as well as mirrors. The two-wheeler should offer an all-LED lighting setup, a twin-pod instrument cluster, and ride on spoked wheels shod in block pattern tires.
It will run on a 24hp, 411cc engine
The Royal Enfield Scram 411 will be fueled by a BS6-compliant 411cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine that generates a maximum power of 24hp and a peak torque of 32Nm. The motor will be mated to a 5-speed gearbox.
It will get a rear mono-shock unit
In terms of safety equipment, the Royal Enfield Scram 411 should be equipped with disc brakes on both the front and rear wheels, along with dual-channel ABS for improved handling on the roads. Suspension duties on the bike will be taken care of by 41mm telescopic forks on the front end and a mono-shock unit on the rear side.
Royal Enfield Scram 411: Pricing
Pricing and availability details of the Royal Enfield Scram 411 in India are yet to be revealed. However, it should be priced at around Rs. 1.95 lakh (ex-showroom), making it around Rs. 15,000 cheaper than the Himalayan.