Prices of the Bajaj Dominar 250 and Dominar 400 have been hiked. Bajaj Auto recently announced a price hike across its entire range and the Dominar siblings are among the models affected by it. The Bajaj Dominar 400 gets a hike of Rs 1,997 while the Dominar 250 gets an increase of Rs 2,000.
The Bajaj Dominar is one of the best motorcycles in the Indian market for those looking to cover long distances in comfort. The motorcycle debuted in 2017 with just one variant — the 400. It instantly proved its mettle with riders venturing out on long-distance touring. Bajaj even started promoting its touring capabilities through its hypertours program.
The brand even sent a few well-known riders out on long cross-country tours. The Bajaj Dominar toured across North America and South America. It became the first Indian motorcycle to reach Antarctica and it was even taken on a cross-continent roadtrip from Bangalore to Australia.
In 2019, Bajaj updated the Dominar 400 and gave it more power, more fuel capacity, a better LCD instrument cluster, an upside-down fork, etc. Bajaj then launched the Dominar 250 to cater to those looking at an entry-level tourer. Both variants have been reasonably successful in the market. Now, Bajaj has announced a price hike that affects both variants.
The Bajaj Dominar 250 receives a price hike of Rs 2,000, which takes the price tag to Rs 1,67,718. The Bajaj Dominar 250 gets a hike of Rs 1,997 taking the price up to Rs 1,99,775. Both motorcycles remain the same in terms of design and styling as well as when it comes to the mechanicals. They feature the same muscular styling and big-bike feel.
Powering the Bajaj Dominar 250 is a 248cc engine borrowed from the KTM 250 Duke. The liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine has a maximum power output of 26.6bhp and a peak torque output of 23.5Nm.
The Bajaj Dominar 400 is powered by a liquid-cooled, 373.27cc, single-cylinder engine with a maximum power output of 39.42bhp and a peak torque output of 35Nm. A 6-speed gearbox drives the rear wheel on both bikes. Suspension duties on both bikes are handled by an upside-down fork up front and a monoshock at the rear. Braking is taken care of by a disc brake on both ends.
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