- Royal Enfield Scram 411 spied testing
- Likely to be cheaper than the Himalayan
- Official launch could take place around October-November
In one of our exclusive reports in July this year, we had disclosed the details about Royal Enfield’s upcoming offering, the Scram 411. This motorcycle will be based on the already-existing adventure offering, the Himalayan. After two months now, the clearest images of the Royal Enfield Scram 411 have surfaced on the internet.
While the Scram 411 shares its overall platform and a lot of components with the Himalayan, there are a few distinctions. The most important change is the presence of a 19-17-inch wheel combination, as opposed to Himalayan’s 21-17-inch wheels. Even the jerry can holders around the fuel tank are replaced by small shrouds. Furthermore, the twin-pod instrument cluster looks identical to that present in the Meteor 350.
An interesting bit revealed by the latest spy shots is that the Scram 411 might be available in two different variants. One of the test mules was incorporating a split type seat setup while the other had a single-piece seat. Even the headlamp cowl on the former was finished in a different colour. Although one of these comprised a side panel with ‘Himalayan’ branding, we believe it was just for testing purposes.
The Scram 411 is likely to borrow the Himalayan’s 411cc, air-cooled engine in its existing state of tune. So it might churn out the same 24.3bhp of power and 32Nm of peak torque. Royal Enfield is likely to launch the Scram 411 around October-November this year with pricing nearly Rs 10,000-15,000 cheaper than the Himalayan that starts from Rs 2.06 lakh (ex-showroom) onwards.