||35 HP @ 8000 rpm
||35 NM @ 6500 rpm
|No. of Cylinders
|No. of Gears
|Fuel Tank Capacity
Bajaj has propelled the new Dominar 400 at a beginning cost of just INR 1.36 lakh, raising the guidelines by about two circumstances the present measure of execution on the offer in its general lineup. The new Dominar 400 is an alternate approach than all other Bajaj bikes till date, furnishing the rider with heaps of force but then, being as casual as a cruiser to ride.
Losing the name Pulsar from its marking would not make it short of what anything out and about from its class. Dominar conveys a feeling of eliteness with its high spec body and a discretionary double channel ABS variation for INR 1.50 lakh. Bajaj obviously discloses the aim to lead the fragment as you can’t purchase a nice 250cc bike in the cost where they have put this ‘Huge Bike for Big Boys’.
Measurements and Weight
Bajaj Dominar 400 measures 2156 mm long, 813 mm in width and 1112 mm in tallness. The wheelbase measures 1453 mm while the bike weighs 182 kg with a full fuel tank. It asserts a 157 mm of nice ground leeway and conveys a 13 liter fuel tank. The seat tallness for the Dominar has not yet been formally uncovered.
Plan and Style
The new Bajaj Dominar 400 can be unmistakably separated by its special styling. Like no other, the Dominar gets a sharp LED front lamp with dull accents around itself. The marginally raised windscreen combined with insignificant fairing makes it a standout amongst the most appealing choices as far as styling. The tank segment stays cool and streams easily and consummately to the rider’s seat. The stream is rich to the point that no other cruiser from the class appears to be so characteristic as the Dominar 400. The consumed bits of the tank are sufficiently shrewd to finish the bundle and wrap everything up. Bajaj Auto has completed each segment with the most conceivable exactness and those basic components like illuminated catches and also its programmed front lamp makes it uber cool oblivious time.