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Royal Enfield testing touring accessories for Scram 450

Written by AnantaSaranNayak

We are aware that Royal Enfield is working on multiple motorcycles ahead of their launches. These launches will happen across the coming year. One of the key models in the works is the Scram 450. Yet again we have spotted the test mule of this motorcycle. Interestingly enough, this latest test mule seems slightly different from the previous model.

The latest Scram 450 test motorcycle comes equipped with a bunch of accessories while using the same bodywork. The round headlight gets the support of a small transparent visor. Then we see a flat wide handlebar with bar-end mirrors. The split seat and stubby exhaust remain the same and remain unchanged. Meanwhile, we see a top box and pannier mounts added on both sides.

What Do We Expect From Royal Enfield Scram 450?

Similar to the Himalayan 450, the Scram 450 also uses a single-cylinder, liquid-cooled 450cc engine. We expect Scram’s power figures to fall in the same range as its ADV sibling, which is 40 BHP and 45 Nm. The equipped gearbox is a six-speed unit.

The suspension setup consists of telescopic front forks and a monoshock for the rear. The braking hardware comprises a single-disc setup for both the front and rear. ABS is a standard fitment for the motorcycle.  However, unlike the current Scram 411, the upcoming model might equip alloy wheels instead of spoked units. We also expect the Scram 450 to get an LED headlight. In fact, it could also get a similar single-pod fully digital instrument cluster as the Himalayan 450.

Pricing And Other Upcoming Royal Enfield Models

The current Royal Enfield Scram 411 retails with a price tag of INR 2.06 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). Thus, we expect the Scram 450 to cost a few thousand rupees more. As mentioned earlier, multiple models from Royal Enfield are in the works. This includes the likes of Bullet 350, Himalayan 450, Shotgun 650, Classic 650, and Himalayan Raid 450.

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