Royal Enfield Scram 411: Royal Enfield Launches New Motorcycle, Running on Broken Road

Royal Enfield Scram 411: Royal Enfield Launches New Motorcycle, Running on Broken Road

Royal Enfield Scram 411: Great news for Royal Enfield fans. This model is launched today. This motorcycle will cross water, jungle, mountains.

Royal Enfield has launched their brand new motorcycle Scram 411 in India. 2 lakh three thousand rupees on road price of this bike. Its top model can be priced up to Rs 2.07 lakh The New Scram 411 is basically an alternative to the Himalayan adventure motorcycle. Himalayan is one of the most favorite adventure bikes in India. Royal Enfield is launching these new bikes in Indian as well as overseas markets. This model is available in the country as well as in foreign markets

The new Royal Enfield Scram 411 is set to compete in the market with Yezzi Scrambler and Honda CB 350 RS. Starting from scram. Since then, Royal Enfield has been launching several new adventure models in India. Scram 411 will have a new standard instrument console. In this model the rear wheel is kept smaller than the front. The bike is provided with some basic accessories to keep it affordable. The company has launched the bike in several colors including White, Silver, Black, Blue, Graphite Red and Yellow.

Royal Enfield Scram 411 has been given an old school look. It has a round headlamp. In addition, there will be a fully digital round shaped instrument cluster. Comfortable seat with ergonomic design, LED taillights are provided. This motorcycle has 19-inch front and 18-inch alloy wheels at the rear. It has been given the engine of Himalayan. There will be a five-speed gearbox. This engine will generate 24.3 Bhp of power and 32 Nm of peak torque. The company claims that the bike’s engine has been tuned to improve off-road performance.

The new Scram 411 features a tripper navigation system. Scram’s wheelbase is 1455 mm in size. As such, it is slightly lower than the Himalayas. The ground clearance of the bike is also 200 mm from the Himalayas. In addition, according to the low-rise rider, the seat height has been kept at 695 mm.

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