Bajaj Auto India has yet again hiked the prices over the brand’s flagship Dominar 400 motorcycle in the Indian market. The price revision comes for the third time since the brand launched the BS6 compliant model. This time the brand has increased around INR 1,500 over the ex-showroom price. Apart from the price hike, no other changes have been made on the motorcycle. The Dominar 400 competes with the KTM 390 Duke, BMW G 310 GS and the likes.
The Bajaj Dominar 400 is now priced at INR 197,758 ex-showroom, Delhi and continues to be powered by a BS6 compliant 373.3cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, 4-valve triple-spark fuel-injected DOHC engine that produces 40 ps of power and 35 Nm of torque matched to a 6-speed gearbox and a wet multi-plate slipper clutch.
The Bajaj Dominar 400 is positioned as a highway tourer and comes with low-to-the-ground roadster styling with LED headlamps with dark inserts, LED taillamps, body-coloured headlight shrouds, muscular tank design, a small flyscreen, upright handlebars, ergonomic seating, a fully digital negative LCD instruments console with tank-mounted secondary display and telltale lights.
In terms of the mechanical bits, the Bajaj Dominar 400 comes with a perimeter frame that rides on 43mm upside front fork suspension with 135mm of travel, a multistep adjustable Nitrox gas equipped monoshock suspension on the rear with 110mm of wheel travel and the Dominar 400 is equipped with 320mm single disc on the front and a single 230mm disc on the rear equipped with hydraulically operated callipers equipped with a dual-channel ABS.
In terms of its dimensions, the Dominar 400 is 2,156mm long, 835mm wide, 1112mm in height and has a 1,453mm of wheelbase with a ground clearance of 157mm and a kerb weight of 184 kg and a fuel tank capacity of 13-litres.
The manufacturer also announced that it has registered sales of 4,41,306 units in the month of September 2020 as compared to 4,02,035 units in the month of September 2019, showing 10% growth.