Royal Enfield has launched in India the new 2023 Scram 411, its Himalayan-based 411cc adventurous crossover motorcycle, which arrives with retro Scrambler design and new ergonomics to make it fit for urban use and comfortable for hours on the road.
As it is based on the Himalayan, the new Scram 411 has great off-road capability, but it gets a 19″ wheel at the front for better urban use, still, it easily faces speed bumps, ditches and asphalt holes.
According to the company, the Scram 411 is a new subspecies that has the authentic vibes of a scrambler and comes with strong adventure DNA built in.
The main differences to the Himalayan is that the model has a one-piece scrambler seat, and a small fairing around the headlight and on the sides of the fuel tank. The Himalayan, on the other hand, has a small and higher fender at the front and a windshield, items not available on the Scram 411.
Finally, it comes in seven colors in three variants: The Scram 411 in Graphite Yellow, Graphite Red and Graphite Blue, comes with Gun Gray fuel tanks and distinctive tank badges and matching tire rim tapes. The Skyline Blue and Blazing Black have distinctively colored fuel tanks and fenders with identifiable Royal Enfield stripes. The top variant, in two colors – White Flame and Silver Spirit – sports dual colors on the tank, with unique graphics.
Engine, chassis and technology
The 2023 Royal Enfield Scram 411 has the same engine as the Himalayan. It is a 411 cm³ single cylinder with air and oil cooling, capable of generating up to 17.88kW (24.3 HP) of maximum power at 6,500 rpm, and 32 Nm (3.21 kgfm) of torque at 4,250 rpm.
The Harris Performance chassis is completed with 19″ / 17″ spoked wheels, disc brakes on both axles with dual-channel ABS, dual purpose tires and 41mm telescopic front suspension forks with 190mm of travel.
In addition, it has a ground clearance of 200mm and the seat height is 795mm. The fuel tank has a capacity of 15 liters and the kerb weight of the bike, without fuel, is 185 kg.
Finally, the instrument panel is complete, with analog and digital LCD displays, highlighting the GPS Tripper navigation system, which is optional.
Anyway, the 2023 Royal Enfield Scram 411 is now available in India for from INR 2,03,085 (US$ 2,675). It will be available in Europe and Asia Pacific countries mid-year and will later officially roll out in North America and Latin American countries.
For more information, visit https://www.royalenfield.com/in/en/.
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