Bajaj Dominar 400 with factory-fitted accessories launched at Rs 2.17 lakh


The Bajaj Dominar 400 has built a reputation of being a long-distance touring motorcycle, with many owners modifying their bikes with aftermarket touring parts and accessories. Now, Bajaj has launched the Dominar 400 with an extensive array of factory-fitted touring accessories at Rs 2.17 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi). 

  • Dominar 400 with accessories package costs about Rs 5,000 more than standard model
  • Replaces the existing model
  • Powered by a 40hp, liquid cooled 373.3cc DOHC FI engine

Bajaj Dominar 400: what’s new?

The new accessories package on the Dominar 400 has been optimized for long-distance touring, and as such, the motorcycle comes equipped with a much taller visor and new hand guards. It also gets a new luggage carrier and a back rest for the pillion. 

Other functional upgrades to the motorcycle include a metal engine bash plate and a leg guard that has been neatly integrated, improving the crash protection of the motorcycle. Bajaj has also added a couple of convenience features such as a cast aluminium cast integrated navigation stay for riders to mount their navigation devices on, and a USB charging port to keep the devices topped up. 

The standard Bajaj Dominar 400 costs Rs 2.12 lakh(ex-showroom, Delhi), which means all these accessories come for about an additional Rs 5,000. This bike replaces the current Dominar 400.

Apart from the accessories included in the package, Bajaj is also selling a saddle stay for saddlebags to be secured in place, but it will be a paid accessory sold separately by Bajaj Auto dealers for a thus far undisclosed price.

Bajaj Dominar 400: mechanicals and underpinnings 

Mechanically, the motorcycle remains absolutely unchanged, which means it’s powered by a liquid cooled single-cylinder 373.3cc DOHC FI engine that produces 40hp and 35Nm of torque. The engine comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox and it also gets a slipper clutch. 

As for its underpinnings, the Bajaj Dominar 400 is suspended by 43mm USD forks at the front and a monoshock at the rear. It gets dual-channel ABS with 320mm discs at the front and 230mm discs at the rear and it rides on 110/70-17 and 150/60-17 front and rear tyres. 

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