Royal Enfield Scram 411 To Launch On March 15
On March 15, Royal Enfield will unveil the new Scram 411. The Scram 411 is essentially a stripped-down Royal Enfield Himalayan.
The Scram lacks the Himalayan windscreen and a small fuel tank shroud in place of the tubular metal structures that surround the fuel tank. It also gets a metal headlamp cowl, which distinguishes it from the Himalayan.
The seat and side panels have also been modified. The wheels, however, are one of the most significant changes, with a 19-inch front wheel replacing the Himalayan’s 21-inch wheel.
Mechanically, it gets the same 411cc, two-valve, SOHC air-cooled motor that powers the Himalayan and produces 24hp and 32Nm, though there may be some minor tuning differences.
The Royal Enfield Scram 411 will also be available in a variety of eye-catching new colors. In terms of competition, it will face the newly released Yezdi Scrambler.