Royal Enfield launches the Scram 411

Royal Enfield recently launched the Scram 411 in India. The scrambler-type motorcycle is the naked version of its elder sibling–the Himalayan. The newest addition borrows most of the mechanical specifications from its predecessor and comes at a more affordable price–starting from INR 2.03 lakh (and going up to INR 2.08 lakh).


The Scram 411 borrows a lot of design cues from the Himalayan, but the windscreen and metal frame on the sides of the fuel tank have been omitted. The bike gets a metal headlamp cowl, revised instrument console, unibody seat, and some badging on the sides that are different from the Himalayan’s. 

Furthermore, the bike gets the same chassis but smaller 19-inch wheels and a lower seat height than that of the Himalayan.


Powering the Scram is a 411cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke, fuel-injected engine that is capable of generating 24.3 bhp power and a torque of 32 Nm. The engine is mated to a 5-speed constant mesh transmission.

The bike comes with an electric starting system only.


Engine typeSingle cylinder, 4-stroke, FI
Engine capacity (cc)411
Max. power (bhp)24.3
Max. torque (Nm)32
Number of gears5
Fuel tank capacity (L)15
Mileage (km/l)
Seat height (mm)795
Ground clearance (mm)200
Kerb weight (kg)185

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Wheels/ brakes/suspension

Front tyre17 inches
Rear tyre19 inches
Front brakes300 mm disc
Rear brakes240 mm disc
ABSDual-channel ABS

Royal Enfield Scram 411 price in Nepal

The Scram 411 is expected to launch in Nepal within this year. The bike comes in seven colour options, at a starting price of INR 2.03 lakh, so fans in Nepal can expect it to cost around Rs 6.25 lakh here.

Royal Enfield modelPrice in Nepal (expected)
Scram 411Rs 6.25 lakh

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