Royal Enfield Scram 411 Launch Date In India Revealed News In Hindi

Auto Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Amar Sharma
Updated Sat, 19 Feb 2022 12:31 PM IST

Summary

Royal Enfield is finally ready to launch its upcoming Scram 411 motorcycle in India in the second week of March.

Royal Enfield Scram 411

Royal Enfield Scram 411
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Expansion

Royal Enfield is finally ready to launch its upcoming Scram 411 motorcycle in India in the second week of March. A fixed date for the launch of the new model is yet to be officially announced. But the details indicate that the launch date could be between March 11 and March 15.

There are a lot of expectations about this upcoming motorcycle from Royal Enfield. It was recently spotted at a dealership ahead of its launch. Royal Enfield is all set to launch a road-biased version of the Himalayan. Its name is Himalayan Scram 411 and its dispatch has started at dealerships.

Colour

The motorcycle that was spotted has been seen in two different paint schemes – 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.

engine and power

Recently, the official brochure of the motorcycle was also leaked online. Due to which the details of some of its new features were revealed. The Royal Enfield Scram 411 will get a 411cc, single-cylinder unit. This engine generates maximum power of 24.3 bhp. The transmission will remain the same as that given in the Royal Enfield Himalayan bike.

Wheels

The Scram 411 will be a toned down version of the Himalayan and thus the company may equip it with various equipment to make it more cruising friendly. Unlike the 21-inch front wheel on the Himalayan, the Scram 411 is expected to get a smaller 19-inch front wheel. However, the rear wheel will remain the same 17-inch spoke wheel.

Features

As the new pictures indicate, the Scrum 411 bike will get a single seat instead of the split seat option found on the Himalayan. The handlebar will remain a flat and wide unit, but will not be as high as before. The exterior looks have been modified to make it stand out compared to the hardcore ADV trim.

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