RE Scram price is about 10,000-11,000 lesser than the Himalayan. It comes with few changes and is promoted as an ADV crossover…
After a lot of guesses & speculations and a series of spy-images and teasers, Royal Enfield have finally launched their scrambler offering – Himalayan Scram 411.
Royal Enfield describes their scrambler model’s inception as “Taking the Himalayan’s High-Altitude Tested Adventurer DNA, mixed with Scrambler vibes to create a whole new Animal”.
The Himalayan Scram 411 is the second scrambler model by an Indian manufacturer, first being the Yezdi Scrambler launched recently in January.
RE Scram Price and Colour Options
|Colour||Price (ex-showroom, Chennai)|
|White Flame||Rs. 2.08 Lakh|
|Silver Spirit||Rs. 2.08 Lakh|
|Blazing Black||Rs. 2.05 Lakh|
|Skyline Blue||Rs. 2.05 Lakh|
|Graphite Red||Rs. 2.03 Lakh|
|Graphite Blue||Rs. 2.03 Lakh|
|Graphite Yellow||Rs. 2.03 Lakh|
- The Himalayan Scram 411 looks like a very subdued version of its older sibling – Himalayan 411.
- It has scrambler DNA and that makes it a road-focused version of the Himalayan ADV.
- Royal Enfield are calling it as ADV crossover (?).
- Visually, the bike gets round headlamps surrounded by cast metal headlamp cowl, urban badge plate under the fuel tank bearing the company name, fork boots covering the front forks, bash plate, etc
- Compared to the Himalayan, it misses on the off-road crash cage, dedicated front and rear luggage racks, beak fender and 21” front wheel.
- The Scram 411 also gets a single-side upswept exhaust unit and wire-spoked rims covered in dual-purpose block-pattern rubber.
- The Himalayan Scram 411 gets an off-set round semi-digital instrumentation with space on the side for attaching the optional Tripper Navigation pod provided by Royal Enfield.
- Other features include a single-unit stepped seat unit, high and wide handlebars combined with centrally mounted foot-pegs offering better control on the bike while standing as well as seated.
- Royal Enfield have also unveiled a range of optional accessories which can be added to the Scram to make it more versatile for the rider.
- The Himalayan Scram 411 is built on a Half-duplex Split Cradle frame much like its ADV sibling.
- It gets 41 mm telescopic forks with 190 mm of travel at the front and monoshock setup with 180 mm travel at the rear.
- Braking is taken care of by a 300 mm single-disc with 2-piston floating caliper in the front and 240 mm single-disc with floating caliper in the rear.
- The dual-channel ABS system comes as standard from the company.
- The Scram 411 is running on 19” – 100/90 section tyres in the front and 17” 120/90 section in the rear.
- It weighs 185 kg (without fuel), has a ground clearance of 200 mm and seat height of 795 mm.
- The ADV-crossover is powered by their 411 cc, Single-cylinder, air-cooled, SOHC engine similar to its older sibling.
- The engine produces 24.3 PS of power at 6500 RPM and 32 Nm of torque at 4250 RPM.
- Power is sent through a 5-speed constant mesh transmission to the rear wheel.
- The fuel capacity mentioned is 15 Litres (approx.).
The Royal Enfield Himalayan Scram 411 can be booked for purchase and test driven from RE showrooms from today itself.
The company has further announced that the Himalayan Scram 411 will be launched in the European market and in the Asia-Pacific countries by the middle of the year and thereafter, in the North American and Latin American countries later on.