Royal Enfield finally launch anticipated Scram 411 in India

The wait is over and the new Royal Enfield Scram 411 has been official launched in India before it heads to the UK and Europe

2022 Royal Enfield Scram 411.

THE Royal Enfield Scram 411 has been unveiled in India today (15 March 2022), with the bike costing the equivalent of around £2000.

Royal Enfield’s Scram 411 is derived from the much-loved adventurer, the Himalayan, which launched back in 2016. After receiving feedback from the public that a more versatile version of the Himalayan was desired, Enfield set about the Scram 411, which seeks to bring the positive parts of the Himalayan to a bike which can navigate well an urban environment. 

We reported on leaked images of the Scram 411 earlier this month. The images showed the bike to have a stepped seat, round headlamp, wide bars and a 19-inch front wheel. They also showed that the bike will bear similarities both aesthetically and technically with the standard Himalayan. 

The Financial Express reports that the headlight will be a halogen light, rather than LED, while the rear lights will be LEDs. Also at the back will be a 17-inch rear wheel which, like the 19-inch front, will be encased within a Ceat Gripp XL tyre - the same as is seen on the Himalayan. 

Financial Express also report that the ride (200mm) and seat (795mm) height will be lower than the Himalayan, mostly thanks to the smaller wheels; and that the 300mm front disc, and 240mm rear disc will be electronically managed by dual-channel ABS which at the rear disc is unable to be disabled.

“Moving on to the instrument cluster, the Scram comes standard with a single multi-functional speedometer that reads out the odometer, two trip meters, a gear indicator and a digital fuel gauge,” the Financial Express says. There is also the option to add a Tripper navigation system, based on Google Maps, as an extra instrument in the cluster.

The Scram 411 will weigh in 6.5kg lighter than the Himalayan, at 183.5kg, which should mean for nimbler handling and a more impactful feeling from the 24.3 horsepower and 32Nm of torque (unchanged from the Himalayan); while also allowing the rider to squeeze a few extra kilometres out of the 15-litre fuel tank. 

Pricing for the Scram 411, Financial Express reports, is around 203,000 rupees, or around £2,000. 

Images courtesy of Rush Lane.

Check out our full review on UK road of this bike right here: