Royal Enfield Scram 411 Vs Himalayan

The new Royal Enfield Scram 411 is based on RE Himalayan, and here we have explained in detail all the differences between them

Royal Enfield has recently launched its new scrambler – Scram 411 – in the Indian market. It’s basically a naked version of the brand’s ADV – Himalayan – with many similarities and differences between the two. The 411cc (24.31PS/32Nm) oil-cooled engine, for example, is the same between them, and it’s mated to a 5-speed gearbox.

Here we have detailed all the differences between the new Royal Enfield Scram 411 and the Royal Enfield Himalayan.

Royal Enfield Scram 411 against the Himalayas – Design

RE Scram 411 and Himalayan have the same architecture and their overall designs have many notable similarities. The frame, fuel tank (15 litres) and rear section panels (including taillight) are identical on both bikes. The mirrors are round on both, in keeping with the retro theme. Additionally, both bikes get flashy paint schemes, different on each.

Rear corner Royal Enfield Scram 411

There are also a lot of differences between these two bikes. RE Himalayan gets a front subframe, which acts as a skeletal fairing and on which the headlight is mounted. We also see a large visor up front to deflect the wind, as well as a beak-shaped mudguard. Other than that, it gets a split-seat setup, upper case mount on the tail, and a long, upswept exhaust.

RE Scram 411 has a simpler design in comparison. It features a sleek headlight cowl, small tank extensions, skid plate, one-piece seat and one-piece passenger grab handle. While both bikes have wire-spoke wheels, the Himalayan gets 21 units up front while the Scram 411 gets a 19-inch front wheel. Both bikes get a 17-inch rear wheel.

Rear corner Royal Enfield Himalayan

The tires are also different – 90/90 front and 120/90 rear on the Himalayan, 100/90 front and 120/90 rear on the Scram 411. Royal Enfield’s new Scrambler has a ground clearance of 200mm, while the ADV has a ground clearance of 220mm. The handlebar is the same on both, but on Scram 411 it has been positioned closer to the rider.

Royal Enfield Scram 411 Vs Himalayan – Equipment

The instrument console of the Scram 411 is a semi-digital unit, similar to that of the Meteor 350. The Tripper navigation system is an optional extra, but not standard equipment. The main instrument pod consists of an analog speedometer, as well as a digital display for fuel gauge, time, trip meter, odometer, and more.

Front corner Royal Enfield Scram 411

Royal Enfield Himalayan has a much more complicated instrument cluster, consisting of analog speedometer, analog tachometer, analog fuel gauge, digital compass, digital display (for speedometer odometer, trip meter, etc.) inside the speedometer, and a separate traveler navigation screen.

The braking system is the same on both bikes – a 300mm disc with a two-piston caliper up front and a 240mm disc with a single-piston caliper at the rear, with the safety net of dual channel ABS available as standard. However, it can be disabled on the rear wheel on Himalayan.

Front corner Royal Enfield Himalayan

The suspension system is the same on both bikes, consisting of a pair of 41mm front forks and a monoshock. At 200mm, the suspension travel on the front forks is higher on the Himalaya than on the 10mm Scram 411. Rear suspension travel is 180mm (wheel travel) on both bikes. The lighting system is the same on both, consisting of halogen bulbs for the headlight and indicators, as well as an LED taillight.

Royal Enfield Scram 411 Vs Himalaya – Price

RE Scram 411 is priced at Rs. 2.03 lakh to Rs. 2.08 lakh, with a total of seven color options available – Graphite Blue, Graphite Red, Graphite Yellow, Blazing Black, Skyline Blue, White Flame and Silver Spirit.

Royal Enfield Scram 411 Royal Enfield Himalayan
Rs. 2.03 lakh (Graphite Blue, Graphite Red, Graphite Yellow) Rs. 2.14 lakh (Gravel Grey, Mirage Silver)
Rs. 2.05 lakh (flaming black, sky blue) Rs. 2.18 lakh (Blue Lake, Red Rock)
Rs. 2.08 lakh (White Flame, Silver Spirit) Rs. 2.22 lakh (Granite Black, Pine Green)

As for Royal Enfield Himalayan, its price ranges from Rs. 2.14 lakh to Rs. 2.22 million. The paint options available here include Rock Red, Lake Blue, Gravel Grey, Pine Green, Mirage Silver and Granite Black.

All prices mentioned are ex-showroom, New Delhi

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