The SG 650 aka Shotgun 650 was recently revealed as a concept bike by Royal Enfield at the Milan Motorcycle Show (EICMA). They also revealed limited editions of the Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650. The next bike to be launched by Royal Enfield is the Scram 411. In this article, we will discuss what the Royal Enfield Scram has to offer Indian buyers.
Royal Enfield Scram Specifications
The Royal Enfield Scam 411 is expected to get the same engine that is currently seen in the Royal Enfield Himalayan. The 411cc four-stroke air-cooled BS6 compliant engine produces 24.3bhp and 32Nm of torque. The five-speed gearbox will continue to be the same as the Himalayan. The Scram 411 will be sharing most of the mechanical hardware with the Himalayan. A 19-inch wheel in the front and a 17-inch wheel in the rear. The wheels are expected to be spoked wheels and will get dual-purpose tyres similar to that seen on the Himalayan.
Royal Enfield Scram Design
The Scram 411 is expected to be a street version of the Himalayan. There will be some evident differences in Scram 411 when compared to the Himalayan. The fuel tank will be borrowed from the Himalayan but the tank will get an additional applique on the side. Scram will get newly designed side panels. The bike will be smaller compared to the Himalayan. The Scram will not get the long-travel suspension currently available in the Himalayan. The Scram is designed to handle city commute and highway riding. It will be more manageable off-road too. The high-mounted fender will be replaced by a normal fender in the Scram. The Scram is likely to get a single-piece seat unit, unlike the split seat on the Himalayan.
The Scram will be equipped with dual-channel ABS with switchable ABS for the rear. The instrument cluster is expected to be borrowed from the Meteor 350 with a tripper navigation system. The bike will also get grab rails where you can mount hard case touring panniers. The Scram will get a list of features similar to the latest bikes from the Royal Enfield. DRL, Mobile app connectivity, LED tail-light, Round headlamp with LED light setup, and analog speedometer will be included on the Scram.
Royal Enfield will most likely place the Scram 411 below the Himalayan. Currently, the Himalayan is priced at Rs 2,60,401 (on-road, Mumbai). We expect the Scram to be priced around Rs 1.75 lakh to 1.80 lakh (ex-showroom).
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