new Delhi. Royal Enfield is all set to launch its upcoming Scram 411 motorcycle in India in the second week of March. Although a special launch date of the new model is yet to be officially announced, it is expected that the company can launch it anytime between March 11 and March 15.
The Scram 411 is going to be a toned-down variant of the popular Himalayan ADV. It is believed to be a more road-oriented version of the Himalayan with better highway cruising capabilities. However, no official statement has come from the company regarding this. Earlier Scrum 411 was to be launched in February, now it has been extended till March 2022. Sources said that due to the third wave of Corona epidemic, its launch has been delayed.
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The Scram 411 will come with a single piece seat instead of a split seat, which we have seen on the Himalayan. The instrument cluster is expected to borrow from the Meteor 350. Tripper Navigation can also be seen in this. It can show you turn-by-turn navigation using Royal Enfield’s MiY application.
The Scram 411 can be offered in two different paint schemes. There could be a black with maroon/yellow highlights and white with red/blue highlights. Needless to say, this bike will be made available in many more color options, the details of which will be revealed later in the coming days.
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this will be the engine
Talking about the power of Scrum 411, it will get a single-cylinder engine of 411cc. Which generates maximum power of 24.3 bhp. Its transmission will remain the same, which is found in the Himalayan. Also unlike the 21-inch unit of the Himalaya, the Scrum is most likely to ride on the smaller 19-inch front wheel. However, the rear wheel will remain the same 17-inch spoke wheel.
this will be the price
The Scrum 411 is expected to cost around 1.90 Lakh (ex-showroom) when launched. Other possible launches for Royal Enfield this year could include the Hunter 350 or the Shotgun 650 (SG650).
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