The Dominar 400 is the latest product of the Bajaj in the market, and it has already gained quite some popularity. The sportsbike is the new flagship motorcycle of Bajaj, and it comes with a host of features. While we’ve already seen the Dominar with bolt-on accessories to make it more touring friendly, here’s the first example of the bike being tastefully modified with minimal add-ons.
What are the changes?
The changes are very limited, yet the motorcycle gets an all-new look. The stock paint of the bike has been covered with the metallic blue wrap, and this changes the way Dominar looks completely. Even the front mudguard gets the new vinyl of the sides, giving it a dual tone colour.
The seats have been covered with faux leather in the tan shade, making a good contrast with the body of the motorcycle. Other subtle modifications include a carbon fibre finish wrap on the headlamp assembly. The tail-lamp also receives treatment with a blacked out lens, giving a dark and deeper look to the motorcycle.
Any changes to the engine?
No, the engine remains untouched. The Dominar 400 is powered by the same engine that powers the KTM 390 Duke. However, the 373.2cc engine has been retuned to fit the touring characteristics of the Dominar 400. The liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine produces a maximum of 34.5 BHP of maximum power and 35 Nm of maximum torque.
There is a six-speed manual transmission that sends the power to the rear wheels. The motorcycle can do 100 km/h from standstill in just 8.23 seconds. The engine also features a slipper clutch and returns a maximum fuel efficiency of 35 km/l.
The Dominar is the first motorcycle in India to offer all-LED headlamps in the segment. The motorcycle also comes with LCD console that shows all the information in an easy to read way. The Dominar 400 is attracting a lot of customers, especially due to its price tag. The Dominar has been priced at Rs. 1.36 lakh for the non-ABS version and Rs. 1.5 lakh for the ABS version.
Modified By: KNIGHT Auto Customizer