The new Royal Enfield Scrambler 650 has been spotted testing on Indian roads. The test mule looks production-ready and the unveiling is most likely a few months away. Interested buyers can expect the Scrambler 650 to be priced in the Rs 3.5 lakh (ex-showroom) range. A few days ago, the company launched the updated Continental GT 650 and the Interceptor 650. Besides, it also had launched the Super Meteor 650 earlier this year in India, which receives upside-down front forks. And now, the latest spy shots of the new Scrambler 650cc bike without a disguise have surfaced online that provide details related to its powertrain, styling, and features.
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Royal Enfield Scrambler 650: Styling
The Royal Enfield Scrambler 650 appears retro in terms of styling. The signature retro styling can be seen in a classic fuel tank design, a round headlight, rear-view mirrors, turn indicators, a circular instrument pod, triangular side panels, and single-piece saddle. Besides, it also gets a grille covering the LED headlight, a dark fly screen, auxiliary lights, a metal bash plate, and other accessories. It has a frame that looks close to the Hunter 350.
Royal Enfield Scrambler 650: Ergonomics
The new Scrambler 650 seems comfortable in terms of ergonomics. The motorcycle features centrally mounted foot pegs, a big saddle, and raised handlebar, ensuring comfort on longer journeys. It rides on 17-inch wire-spoked wheels with dual-purpose tyres. Its wheels are connected to the USD front forks and spring-loaded dual rear suspension. Moreover, it could offer optional Tripper navigation and other tech features.
Royal Enfield Scrambler 650: Engine Specs
Now for its powertrain, the Scrambler 650 is likely to use a 648cc parallel-twin engine that puts out 47bhp of maximum power and 52Nm of peak torque. The motor will be mated to a 6-speed gearbox.
The Scrambler 650 has a lighter kerb weight than the 650 twins and a higher power-to-weight ratio. It comes with a single exhaust, in contrast to the 650 twins and the Super Meteor 650 that offer dual exhausts.
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As of now, the company's 650cc portfolio comprises the recently unveiled Super Meteor 650, the Interceptor 650, and the Continental GT 650. The new Scrambler 650 is expected to arrive in the country in a few months' time. Following this, Royal Enfield plans to introduce the Classic Roadster 650, the Himalayan 650, and the 650cc Bobber or Shotgun 650, to expand the portfolio further.
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