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2019 Bajaj Dominar price increased by 6k – New price Rs 1.8 lakh

DOminar price hike

Bajaj Dominar prices have been increased once again. This is the 2nd time that the price of new Dominar has been increased in about 4 months. The latest price hike is the largest seen. Price of new Dominar are increased by Rs 5,800. New price of Bajaj Dominar is Rs 1.8 lakh, ex-sh, Delhi.

2019 Bajaj Dominar 400, currently on sale in India in a range of color options of Aurora Green and Vine Black, will soon get a Glossy Red colour option. The Dominar 400 in this color scheme is currently seen in export markets while the company plans to bring this color in India just ahead of the festive season. The Gloss Red colored Dominar 400 was snapped near the company’s manufacturing facility near Chakan, Pune.

The Glossy Red colored Bajaj Dominar 400 was also seen in a promotional video and will be priced similar to the other color options. Till date it was the Aurora Green which was highly favored by buyers in the country for the distinct appeal and separate identity that it offered. The bike itself offers excellent value for money, comparing itself to the more expensive and larger offerings.

Bajaj Dominar 400, the company’s flagship model, was also given a mid life update earlier this year. It received a new forged steel side stand, new head and tail lamp design, updated rear view mirrors and bungee straps positioned beneath the pillion seats and it also got a new tank pad decal. The instrument cluster is also revised, offering added information for the rider.

The engine on the new Dominar 400 offers better power output as compared to its predecessor. The 373.3cc, single cylinder, liquid cooled, fuel injected engine now offers an added 5 PS power taking total power output to 40 PS at 8,650 rpm and 35 Nm torque at 7,000 rpm. The engine gets mated to a 6 speed transmission.

The 2019 Dominar 400 also gets upside downs forks in the front as compared to the conventional telescopic forks seen on its earlier counterpart and the exhaust system consists of twin barrels delivering a throaty note. Braking duties are carried out via a 320mm disc up front and a 230mm disc at the rear, just as was seen on its previous generation model.

The launch of the new Dominar 400 in March this year has brought in better sales numbers for the company. As compared to its earlier counterpart, the 2019 Dominar has registered an increase of 150 percent in terms of sales.

There were a total of 1,300 units of the 2019 Dominar sold in April while sales in May 2019 went up to 1,888 units. The new color scheme of Glossy Red follows demands from buyers in the country while the company could also bring in a new Matte Silver color scheme sometime later this year.

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