Royal Enfield Scram 411: Quick review

The Scram 411 can be considered as a road-going version of the Himalayan

The riding triangle is comfortable but the new single-piece seat is a bit stiff

The Scram gets  its instrument cluster from Meteor 350 and there is optional Tripper Navigation system on offer as well

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Despite using Scram nameplate, Royal Enfield is not offering switchable ABS. Also, the front brake lacks feel.

The dual-purpose tyes are of tube-type and there is no side stand on offer so fixing a puncture can be a task

Teh engine is the same 411 cc , long-stroke unit. It puts out 24 bhp and 32 Nm

The engine has decent grunt on offer and it can cruise at 100 kmph easily

The gearbox  also shifts with a positive feel for most of the part. However, sometimes it would refuse to shift into neutral and the clutch is also on the heavier side

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