You get a windscreen on the front of the Royal Enfield Himalayan. Whereas Scram 411 does not have this feature. It has a scrambler-like cowl and this is the main reason why scrum is cheaper than Himalayan
Royal Enfield launched its Scram 411 in India about 7 months back. The most important thing about this bike is that it competes with none other than the Himalayan, which is a bike of the company itself. Today we will tell you in this segment how the Royal Enfield Scram 411 is different from the Himalayan bike.
You get a windscreen on the front of the Royal Enfield Himalayan. Whereas Scram 411 does not have this feature. It has a scrambler-like cowl and this is the main reason why scrum is cheaper than Himalayan.
If you like long rides, then there is a risk of wind blast in scrum in 300 to 400 km long ride whereas in Himalayan you will not have this problem. That is, the wind that will hit the rider face during the ride can make the rider feel very tired.
On the side of the Himalayan, you get a grille, which allows you to carry containers, here you get Royal Enfield badging on the shrouds, which makes it quite attractive to look at.
The rider gets 220 mm of ground clearance in the Himalayan. At the same time, in the Scram 411, you get a 200 mm ground clearance rider. That is, there is a difference of 20 mm between both the bikes. The starting price of Scram 411 (ex-showroom) is Rs 2.03 Lakh, which goes up to Rs 2.11 Lakh. At the same time, the starting price of Himalayan is Rs 2.15 lakh and goes up to Rs 2.22 lakh.