The Royal Enfiled Scram 411 was only released in the country a few days ago, and the brand has already raised the price. The bike was initially priced at Rs 2.03 lakh (ex-showroom), but all paint hues have been increased by Rs 2,845 today. The engine and chassis of this road-oriented adventure are shared with the Himalayan 411, a genuine ADV bike. The new ex-showroom price list for the RE Scram 411 is as follows:
Royal Enfield Scram 411 Colour-Wise Price List
- Graphite Blue – Rs 2.06 lakh
- Graphite Red – Rs 2.06 lakh
- Graphite Yellow – Rs 2.06 lakh
- Blazing Black – Rs 2.08 lakh
- Skyline Blue – Rs 2.08 lakh
- White Flame – Rs 2.11 lakh
- Silver Spirit – Rs 2.11 lakh
The bike’s design language includes a round, retro-style headlight, a single-piece seat, a completely digital circular instrument cluster, and an LED taillight. The Scram 411 rides on 19-inch front and 17-inch rear wheels with dual-purpose tyres, as the manufacturer designed it for modest off-roading and city traffic.
The design of the new bike differs significantly from that of the Himlayan, as it lacks a windscreen, a beak-like mudguard, and a luggage rack. The Scram 411 receives a normal mudguard, new tank shrouds, and a grab rail in 2022. To safeguard the engine while off-roading, this bike comes with a factory-installed sump guard.
A long-stroke engine, similar to the Himalayan, powers the Royal Enfield Scram 411. So it’s a 411 cc air-oil cooled engine with a peak torque production of 32 Nm and a maximum power output of 24.3 horsepower. The engine is mated to a five-speed transmission. On both ends, disc brakes are in charge of braking, and dual-channel ABS adds to the safety. Telescopic front forks with 190 mm of travel and a rear monoshock with 180 mm of travel manage the suspension.