Bajaj Dominar 400
|On Road||Rs 1,53,623|
|On Road||Rs 1,69,019|
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|4.3/5 55 Reviews|
- Bajaj's most powerful bike
- Full-LED head lamp
- Big-bike feel
- Comfy ergonomics
- Not as powerful as KTM 390 Duke
- No upside-down forks
- Handling not as sharp as KTM 390 Duke
A good alternative to the KTM 390 Duke, Mahindra Mojo, DSK Benelli TNT 25 and the upcoming BMW G310R
The Bajaj Dominar 400 is a power cruiser with 35PS of power and a pocket-friendly price tag of Rs 1.36 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) ...Read Full News
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RZ-3, Pul Pehladpur, M.B. Road, New Delhi. 110044
A-14, Khanpur Extn, Devli Road, New Delhi. 110062
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A-3, Molar Band Extn, Jaitpur Road, Opp Bajrang Hospital, Badarpur, New Delhi. 110044
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Bajaj Dominar 400 Colours
There are 2 variant(s) available. Bajaj Dominar 400 comes in 3 different colour(s) - Moon White, Mid Night Blue, TwiLight Plum. There are 2 variants starting from Rs. 1,53,623 onwards.
Mid Night Blue
Bajaj Dominar 400 Mileage
Bajaj Dominar 400 gives a mileage of 35 Kmpl in city, as claimed by the company.
mileage as per ARAI Data
* Includes only fuel and maintenance cost
Bajaj Dominar 400 Reviews
Dominar 400 User Reviews
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Most positive review
Pros: Powerful Cruiser, LED Headlamp , Dual Channel ABS , Power Braking , Great Handling , Comfy and Macho Design , Auto Headlamp On Feature ,.....
Most critical review
I luv the innovation, however, the bike after 6000 km, it is a very bad experience for me, mera gadi ka shocker leak ho gya, heating problem, bike.....
Bajaj Dominar 400 Expert Review
The Dominar 400 is the most powerful bike to come from the Bajaj stable. It was first showcased at the 2014 Auto Expo as a concept named CS 400 with along with the SS400, another concept. The CS badge denoted Cruiser Sport. The SS 400 was the full-faired sportier version which made way to production in a smaller 200cc avatar called as the Pulsar RS200. The SS 400 though might make it to production in 2017. The CS 400 was renamed to Kratos VS 400 and finally the name has been confirmed to Dominar 400.
The name does not come attached with the Pulsar brand which is a surprising move since Bajaj has always associated the Pulsar brand with its performance bikes. This shows a new direction, of Bajaj resorting to a higher capacity, high performance flagship that will spawn different variants line a fully-faired sports bike and maybe even an Adventure tourer in the not-so-distant future. Bajaj initiated the production of the Dominar 400 in November 2016 with one of Dominar's production lines run entirely by women which is an interesting take on women empowerment.
We expect the bike to be priced around the Rs 1.8 lakh rupee mark. While, the Dominar 400's main rival will be the Mahindra Mojo, at this price range, it will invariably face heat from the KTM Duke 390, Benelli TNT 25, and also the Royal Enfield Himalayan. The Dominar 400 should be comfortable enough for touring but will get enough poke to kepp the enthusiast satiated.
The powertrain is a 373cc liquid cooled single derived from KTM’s 390 Duke and RC 390. The engine will be retuned to deliver fewer horses but in a linear manner with a broader spread keeping in mind the touring nature of the bike. It wil retain the motor's bottom end but might have a different head similar to what they did with the Pulsar NS 200 which uses the KTM Duke 200's motor. On the KTM Duke 390, the 373cc motor makes 43PS but we expect the Dominar to have an output in the high 30s range. It should be enough to take care of triple-digit touring speeds without taxing the engine. When you are in the mood for some high-speed fun, the liquid-cooled engine with its 6-speed gearbox should be able to take you past the 150kmph mark.
The Dominar 400's suspension geometry has been designed keeping in mind the bike's touring needs. The steering while not as sharp as the KTM Dukes, should be involving enough in the twisties. The ride should be firm with enough damping to justify ity touring credentials.