Say hello to the Royal Enfield Scram 411, everyone. The Scram 411 has plenty of things in common with the Himalayan. In fact, it uses the same 411cc single-cylinder air-cooled motor that produces 24 bhp and 3.26 kgm. It’s suspended on the same telescopic forks and a linked rear shock and is equipped with the same brake setup as well — front and rear discs with dual-channel ABS. Plus, it gets a spoked wheel setup wrapped in dual-purpose rubber.
The Scram 411 gets a round headlight as seen on the Himalayan, a LED tail light, a single-pod instrument cluster with a speedometer, odometer and tachometer. Besides this, there’s a fuel gauge, range and real-time mileage. And as optional equipment, there’s a tripper navigation system as well.
The handlebar is the same width as the Himalayan, but it has been adjusted to sit lower and closer to the rider in terms of ergonomics. The overall ground clearance has been reduced by 20 mm to 200 mm, while the seat height has been reduced by 5 mm. Shorter riders should find the Scram 411 more accessible as a result of this. Now, there are as many as seven colour options to choose from. Its price starts from Rs 2.03 lakh and goes up to Rs 2.08 lakh (ex-showroom), depending on the colour that you opt for. Before going down that road, you can read Janak’s first ride review of the Scram 411 here.