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Royal Enfield Scram 411 Vs Yezdi Scrambler – Specs, Feature, and Engine Comparision

Royal Enfield has officially introduced the Scram 411 in India, and we are really excited about it! The Himalayan ADV and RE’s new scrambler share a base and powerplant, and the two bikes have a lot in common. In India, its main competitors are the Honda CB350 RS and the Yezdi Scrambler, both of which are excellent motorcycles.

We pit the new Royal Enfield Scram 411 against the Yezdi Scrambler to discover which is the better deal on paper.

Royal Enfield Scram 411 vs. Yezdi Scrambler Design Comparision

Scram 411 has a retro-inspired look with a hint of sportiness and toughness, similar to other Royal Enfield motorcycles. It features a round headlight with a small headlamp cowl, a curving fuel tank with tank extensions, a scooped single-piece seat, a sleek taillight, a single-piece pillion grab handle, round rear-view mirrors, and a bash plate, among other features. (lasvegasoms.com)

With tall handlebars, a lofty seat, and center-set footpegs, the riding stance on the Scram 411 is upright and relaxing. However, the seat is lower and the handlebar is closer to the rider than on the RE Himalayan, making the bike lighter and more flickable. 

The Yezdi Scrambler is retro-inspired as also, but it looks far more modern than the Royal Enfield. A round LED headlight, a small round taillight, and tiny round turn indicators are all included. A beak-style front fender, contoured fuel tank, single-piece seat, dual-exhaust system, and a bash plate are among the other features.

Because of the slightly taller handlebar and slightly forward-set footpegs, the seating posture is upright and comfortable. The seat is tall, but not excessively so, and the handling is excellent. On the tank, there are knee pads that make it simpler to hold the bike when jumping or sliding.

Royal Enfield Scram 411 vs Yezdi Scrambler Features Comparison

The semi-digital instrument console of the RE Scram 411 is the same as on the Meteor 350, however, the tripper navigation system is an optional extra. Its suspension system, which consists of dual conventional front forks and a rear mono-shock, can handle large jumps and hard off-road riding.

Wire-spoked wheels with tube tires are fitted on Royal Enfield’s new scrambler (19-inch front and 17-inch rear). The headlamps and turn indicators are halogen lights, while the taillight is an LED unit. The bike has disc brakes with non-switchable dual-channel ABS and 300mm front and 240mm rear discs.

The Yezdi Scrambler’s instrument panel is a single-pod all-digital device with a speedometer, tachometer, trip meter, odometer, fuel gauge, and other features. It also comes with a tough suspension system that includes telescopic forks in the front and dual shockers in the back. Wire-spoked wheels with tube tyres are included (19-inch front and 17-inch rear).

LEDs are used throughout Yezdi’s lighting system, and the bike also features disc brakes on both wheels (320mm front and 240mm rear), as well as adjustable dual-channel ABS (with three modes: Road, Rain, and Off-Road). There are also USB and type-C charging connectors available.

Royal Enfield Scram 411 Vs Yezdi Scrambler Price Comparision Technical Specs

The RE Scram 411 is powered by a 411cc single-cylinder oil-cooled engine that produces 24.31 PS and 32 Nm. The engine is the same as the Himalayan, and it’s paired with a 5-speed transmission. This motor has a lot of torque, making it comfortable to ride both on and off the road.

A 334cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine powers the Yezdi Scrambler. Although smaller, this engine is more powerful than the one on the Scram 411, with 29.1 PS of peak power and 28.2 Nm of maximum torque. A 6-speed gearbox is in charge of transmission.

The torquey character of the Royal Enfield’s motor makes it much easier and more forgiving to ride. In comparison, the Yezdi’s engine is sporty and peaky, requiring a lot more throttle to get forward, despite its substantially better performance.

Royal Enfield Scram 411 Vs Yezdi Scrambler Price Comparision

The new Royal Enfield Scram 411 has a starting price of Rs. 2.03 lakh and goes up to Rs. 2.08 lakh. The Yezdi Scrambler is only slightly more expensive, costing between Rs. 2.04 lakh and Rs. 2.10 lakh, but it comes with a lot more basic features.

Read more: Royal Enfield Scram 411 Launched In India Photos & Price List

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