When Bajaj auto launched the Dominar 400, the motorcycle world was in for a big shock and it was definitely worth the wait for seemingly throughout the year 2016. The bike was priced at Rs. 1.3 lakh(ex-showroom). With the Dominar’s aggressive price only few could dream of within a complete touring package. The Dominar 400 is strikingly a toned-down adaptation of the sharp and agile Duke 390 and share plenty of its ground work.
The current platform that the Dominar 400 sits in will provide a favorable circumstance for Bajaj to produce more premium bikes in the near future. Keeping that in mind, we cannot rule out the prospect of a fully-faired Dominar version. We can expect another ground-breaking price range. Also, due to the similar underpinnings as its naked cousin, the engine will be a 373.2 cc single-cylinder DTS-i unit mated to a six-speed transmission.
SPECIFICATIONS OF THE CURRENT DOMINAR
- The current Dominar 400 is fitted with a 373.3 cc single cylinder, DTS-i engine with SOHC, mated to a 6-speed transmission with a slipper clutch.
- The engine has been derived from KTM Duke 390.
- Maximum power output of 34.5 bhp @ 8,000 rpm
- Maximum torque remains same at 35 Nm @ 6500 rpm.
As a Fully-Faired Bajaj Dominar 400FF is rendered it could be a possible rival to the KTM RC390.