The Bajaj Dominar 400 is one of the most practical and most capable bikes in the brand's line-up in India. The bike not only offers a powerful and refined engine but in addition to this, also gets an attractive design. Having said this, the brand has launched the new Bajaj Dominar 400 with a starting price of INR 2.17 lakh (ex-showroom). The new Dominar 400, when compared to the older version, comes with a long list of changes and upgrades that make it a better buy. Here are all the details and a quick New 2021 Bajaj Dominar 400 Vs Old Model comparison that you should check out.
The new 2021 Bajaj Dominar 400 comes with a long list of changes that make it attractive and more touring-friendly. For starters, the bike now gets a tall visor to prevent wind-blast at higher speeds. The visor also helps in deflecting the bugs and help in improving the comfort of the rider. Moving further on, the bike now gets an aerodynamically sculpted handguard with Flexi-winglets. These guards too reduce wind blast and are extremely effective during the winters. For those who intend to use the bike for long touring purposes, the brand now offers an improved functional carrier. This carrier not only gets a better design when compared to the older version but also offers better luggage carrying capacity. The bike also gets a back stopper to ensure maximum pillion comfort.
On the functionality front, Bajaj is now offering a new engine bash plate with the new Dominar 400. A new and attractive metal skill plate too has been integrated into the design. A new and improved leg guard too is on offer and offers superior crash protection. Another noticeable add-on is a new saddle stay that ensures that the saddlebags stay securely in place. New navigation stay too is on offer that comes in handy to place your mobile or any other navigation device in a secure and practical manner. The navigation stay uses a cast aluminium frame that is sturdy and is positioned economically to avoid blocking the road view. A USB charging port too is on offer with the Dominar 400. All the features and changes mentioned above were missing from the old DOminar 400. Excluding the saddle stay, all these accessories are a standard part of the package and are being offered as a factory-fitment.
The new Baja Dominar 400 continues to be powered by the same 373.3cc liquid-cooled DOHC FI engine. This engine delivers peak power and torque output of 40 Ps and 43 Nm respectively. A six-speed manual gearbox comes mated to this engine. The engine not only boasts impressive refinement levels but in addition to this, also have a commendable low end, thus making it a great bike for long-distance highway commute as well as for touring. In addition to this, the bike features a twin-barrel exhaust that produces a throaty exhaust note with heavy bass.
The new Bajaj Dominar 400 is priced from INR 2,16,648 (ex-showroom, Delhi) and comes equipped with a long list of standard fitments to enhance the touring experience. Other paid accessories like saddle stay are also available as an optional add-on. The bike is available in two colour options that include Aurora Green and Charcoal Black. The older model of the Dominar 400 on the other hand was priced from INR 2.12 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
|New Bajaj Dominar 400||Old Bajaj Dominar 400|
|INR 2.17 lakh||INR 2.12 lakh|
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