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Here’s why the Royal Enfield Scram 411 is the perfect entry-level big bike

There’s a lot to love about Royal Enfield’s newest urban-focused scrambler.

Here’s why the Royal Enfield Scram 411 is the perfect entry-level big bike

One of Royal Enfield Philippines' most eagerly anticipated models has just been unveiled. The new Scram 411, which is based on the hugely successful Himalayan adventure bike, incorporates all of that bike's endearing qualities into a street-oriented package that's all about style and fun. We spent a lot of time with the Himalayan, and it's safe to say that we liked it very much.

Thanks to the Scram 411's more approachable platform, Royal Enfield is now certain to draw in a larger audience. After all, not everyone needs an adventure bike that can traverse off-road and is as tough as a tractor. Here are a few aspects about the Royal Enfield Scram 411 that truly excite us, and more specifically, why we believe it might be one of the best entry-level big bikes on the market right now.

Unintimidating performance

Royal Enfield Scram 411

We've spent a lot of time riding the Royal Enfield Himalayan, as was previously noted, and we can undoubtedly claim that there are many things to appreciate about the bike's personality. With only 25 horsepower available, it isn't the fastest bike available, but it does have a reassuring air of toughness that gives you the impression that it won't fail you even in the most difficult and inaccessible terrain. If the Scram exhibits the same impenetrable dependability, its reputation as a reliable commuter and long-distance traveler is all but certain. Additionally, because it doesn't produce huge amounts of power, it is usable by a variety of riders with different levels of riding experience.

Rugged styling on and off the street

Royal Enfield Scram 411

Beautiful motorcycles have always been a priority for Royal Enfield. The Scram 411 is obviously no different. When it comes to style, Royal Enfield has taken the Himalayan's fantastically rugged appeal and slightly simplified it for a more urban look. As a result, even if it belongs more in an urban setting, the Scram 411 still has a rugged appearance. The  neo-retro roadster is further characterized by its muscular fuel tank, towering stance, chunky wire-spoke wheels, and, of course, its round headlight in the traditional manner.

Approachable price tag

Royal Enfield Scram 411

The Scram 411 from Royal Enfield is currently available in the Philippines for as little as P311,000 for the base model, with more expensive models costing P313,000 and P315,000. This places it in the same price range as models like the Husqvarna Vitpilen and Svartpilen 401, making it a good substitute for people seeking a more subdued and laid-back ride. It goes without saying that Royal Enfield is quite difficult to beat when it comes to fashionable, efficient, and cost effective big bikes.

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