2019 Bajaj Dominar 400 could be getting new colour options as shown in the latest TVC
Earlier this month, Bajaj launched the updated Dominar 400 in India at Rs 1.74 lakh (ex-showroom). At this price the Bajaj Dominar 400 undercuts the BMW G 310 R and TVS Apache RR 310 by a significant margin. Upside down forks, more information on the instrument panel and also a more powerful engine were the highlights of the 2019 Bajaj Dominar 400, making it Rs 11,000 more premium than the previous offering.
The colour options offered on the 2019 Dominar 400 were limited to two, aurora green and vine black. There could be two new colour options , red and silver, that will be added to the Dominar 400, as showcased in the company's latest TVC.
The 2019 Dominar has the same 373.2cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder motor but power output has gone up to 40PS at 8,650rpm, 5PS more than what the engine in the previous Dominar 400. This improvement in performance has been made possible by moving to a DOHC setup as opposed to the SOHC setup on the earlier version along with a few other changes. The exhaust note has changed to a throatier and sounds more distinctive.
The instrument panel has two displays, one over the headlamp and one on the fuel tank, like before but features a more comprehensive layout with additional information. Another significant update is the switch to 43mm USD forks, similar to what the KTM 390 Duke gets. In keeping with its sport touring intent, the new Dominar 400 also comes with bungee straps, tucked neatly under the seat.
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