The Royal Enfield Scram 411 features a more road-biased setup
The brochure of the soon-to-be launched Royal Enfield Scram 411 has leaked and with it the motorcycle’s features that differentiate it from the Himalayan adventure bike (ADV) have come to light.
Royal Enfield has created the Scram 411 by revising the front end of the Himalayan and making other notable changes as well.
Up front, although the headlight is the same, it has been repositioned downward and the blinkers have moved upward. The front fender is new and so is the smaller, wider wheel which still has wire spokes.
The Scram 411 does without the ADV’s flyscreen and high fender. When both bikes are looked at head-on, it is clear that the position of the handlebar and foot pegs have not changed.
Also, there is a cast metal headlamp cowl and the odd-looking tank extensions. These units will bear the ‘411’ branding, revealing the scrambler’s engine capacity.
Moving along, the Royal Enfield Scram 411 features a single-piece seat unlike the Himalayan, restyled side panels and a twin-pod instrumentation with Tripper Navigation assist (option).
Changes have also been made to the tail section of the scrambler motorcycle with there being a new grab handle, fender and number plate holder. It is unclear whether the tail lamp has changed or not.
According to the leaked brochure, the Scram 411 will come with 200 mm of road clearance, an aluminium bash plate and dual channel ABS for safety. The braking setup will stay the same as the Himalayan.
Even the 411cc engine with 24.3 BHP and 32 Nm and 5-speed gearbox are expected to be carried forward as is. Enfield is likely to confirm this soon while introducing the motorcycle in the market.