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The most powerful Bajaj bike carries forward the bang for buck lineage that the Chakan based manufacturer is renowned for. The Dominar 400 is a power cruiser which means it can be used as a daily commuter and also double up as a comfortable and powerful cruiser on the highway. It gets many segment first features and would have been a well-rounded package barring the engines vibes and stiff ride.
The least priced variant is Bajaj Dominar 400 priced at Rs. 1,74,081 and the most priced variant is Bajaj Dominar 400 ABS priced at Rs. 1,92,666.
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Launched in December 2016, the Bajaj Dominar 400 is the flagship motorcycle of the Pune-based manufacturer. The bike was first unveiled as the Pulsar CS400 concept at the 2014 Auto Expo and the production version takes a lot from that. It is a naked-sport style street motorcycle which has been designed for touring as well. Basically, it is a power cruiser which has been made for the people who want a big capacity daily commuter which they can also use to go on long rides.
The motorcycle looks aggressive but has a friendly behaviour. It offers a comfortable seating with an extensive but manageable amount of power which is perfect for riders who are looking for an upgrade from 100-250cc range. With a starting ex-showroom price tag of Rs 1.63 lakh (Delhi), the Bajaj Dominar 400 competes with the likes of the Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350, Mahindra Mojo 300 and the newly-launched Jawa 300.
Bolted on a sports bike derived beam type perimeter frame, the Bajaj Dominar 400 offers great stiffness and agility. It offers a wheelbase of 1,453mm and dimensionally measures 2,156mm, 813mm and 1,112mm in length, width, and height respectively.
The bike has a very masculine design with a big fuel tank that also gets muscular shrouds. The cowls below the fuel tank merge well with the frame which gives a clean look to the motorcycle and the tail section also compliments that. It comes with a unique dual LCD instrumentation with a bigger unit mounted on the handlebar and a smaller one on the fuel tank. At the front, it offers a mean mosaic shaped headlamp cluster with multiple LED lights and a contrasting black visor. The fat tyre, front fender and the 41mm forks further contribute to the dominating fascia of the bike.
The Dominar 400 gets sporty, multi-spoke cast wheels and a large disc brake up front also adds to the high-performance styling. The rear of the motorcycle gets dual LED tail lamp setup which is a signature Pulsar design. A short and stubby exhaust muffler further enhances the sportiness of the motorcycle. Currently, it is available in three colour options, namely Rock Matte Black, Glacier Blue, and Canyon Red.
The Bajaj Dominar 400 offers 35PS of power coming at 8,000rpm and a peak torque output of 35Nm at 6,500rpm. The motorcycle is powered by a 373.3cc single cylinder engine which gets Bajaj’s patented Triple Spark technology which, the company said, helps the engine to perform better combustion. It is based on a four-valve configuration and comes with liquid-cooling. All these technologies in combination with Electronic Fuel Injection System (EFI) offer an optimum balance of performance and fuel efficiency.
Along with a six-speed gearbox, the Dominar 400 gets a slipper-type clutch that allows the rider to perform aggressive downshift while also makes the gear shifting smoother. The company claims that the motorcycle is capable of achieving a three digit speed from the standstill in just 8.23 seconds.
The 17-inch alloys of the Bajaj Dominar 400 come shod with wide radial tyres. While the front gets 110/70 section rubber, the rear has a meatier 150/60 section tyre for excellent grip. The bike offers a 230mm disc brake for the rear and a large 320mm disc brake up front. Both the braking units produce an ample amount of braking force and to make it safe, the company offers a dual-channel ABS as an optional extra. While the perimeter frame provides the motorcycle with great stability and flickability, the suspension is good enough to damp shock energy coming through the potholes and uneven terrains. It gets 43mm telescopic forks up front and a multi-step adjustable monoshock at the rear with a ground clearance of 157mm. The kerb weight of the motorcycle is 182kg which makes it quite stable on highways as well as manageable in the traffic.
The LED headlamp setup of the Dominar 400 produces strong illumination to light-up darkest of the routes while its wide tyres will never let you loose on the grip. The motorcycle comes with powerful braking set-up which helps in emergency situations and the company also offers additional safety with the ABS. The dual LCD instrument cluster of the motorcycle offers a host of information in easy to read pattern which further helps you while going on a long route.
|Others||Rs 2,994 |
|On Road||Rs 1,74,081|
|On Road||Rs 1,92,666|