Royal Enfield Scram 411: Royal Enfield’s New Bike, Who’s Leading the Himalayan-Scram War?

Royal Enfield Scram 411 vs Himalayan : This plan has been going on for a long time. The young generation could not think of Royal Enfield Himalayas on the public roads as it was completely off-roader centered. Adventure bikers were looking for alternatives in that place. With that demand in mind, Royal Enfield brought Scram 411.

Find out, where is the difference between the two bikes?

Royal Enfield Scram 411: Originally a scrambler, this bike is aimed at the younger generation of buyers. Although not completely off-roader like the Himalayas, this two-wheeler will be able to do a little off-roading along ordinary roads. Royal Enfield has tried to give the bike a sporty look. The company has brought Scram 411 Graphite Yellow, Graphite Red and Graphite Blue to make it look brighter at night.

Royal Enfield Scram 411: What do bikes look like?

In addition to the gray tank on the bike you will get tank badge and matching tire rim tape 7 This bike has Skyline Blue and Blazing Black tanks. So that the color matches with the Royal Enfield Stripe and Mud Guard. Top-end variants, in two colors – White Flame and Silver Spirit – are available in dual tank colors with graphics. This bike looks more premium than Himalayan. Scram has been given 19-inch tires. The rear features a 17-inch spoke wheel.

Royal Enfield Scram 411 vs Himalayan: The headlamps are placed below the Himalayan, where there is no windscreen. The company has given a new single seat to make the bike more comfortable. The handlebars are easy to reach due to the low height of the Scram 411. So it is easy for new riders to ride this bike in the city.

Royal Enfield Scram 411: Features and Specs of the Bike

This new scrambler from Royal Enfield Himalayan has a digital-analog instrument cluster. Get a tripper navigation pod. You will find MiY option in all variants of Scram 411. You won’t find switchable ABS here compared to the Himalayas. But a lot of Himalayan has been shared with Scram 411. Much has been used in the Scram, including its suspension and engine.

The engine is still running as a 411cc, fuel-injected, 4-stroke, SOHC, air-cooled single-cylinder engine. Which generates a maximum torque of 24.3bhp at 6500rpm and 32Nm at 4000-4500rpm. Bikes do not have a ground clearance like the 200mm Himalayan. Scram 411 is available at Rs 2,03,085. To the naked eye, this bike would seem to be a better deal than the Himalayas.

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