2019 Bajaj Dominar prices remain unchanged – Report

The recently launched Bajaj Dominar was rumoured to receive its first price cut of Rs 4,000. However, the website now shows the original price of Rs 1.74 Lakhs (ex-showroom).

Bajaj‘s website recently showed the Dominar priced at Rs 1.70 Lakhs, getting a price cut of nearly Rs 4,000. However, reports have confirmed that it was a technical glitch indeed.

Bajaj officials have confirmed the development. It continues to be priced at Rs 1.74 Lakhs (prices ex-showroom) for the 2019 version. The older generation has been discontinued.

Bajaj Dominar continues to be one of the most affordable 400cc motorcycle in India. WIth a powerful engine, urbane styling and fully loaded features, it is a good packaged bike.

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The 2019 Dominar got some revisions to the engine. The 373cc liquid-cooled DOHC mill now produces 39 BHP an 35 Nm of torque, while being mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The engine is more refined now and offers lesser vibrations.

Other mechanical upgrades include Upside-Down forks at the front and a redesigned double barrel exhaust system. It was equipped with conventional telescopic forks earlier.

Feature additions include a new small digital display atop the fuel tank, revised primary instrument console, new rear view mirrors and additions of bungee straps.

The secondary screen displays information such as odometer, trip meter, gear position indicator and a digital clock. Other features include LED headlamps, tale-tell lights and split seats with split grab rails.

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2019 Bajaj Dominar is available in Aurora Green and Vine Black colour options. However, a recent TVC and some earlier spy shots had captured the bike in Sparkling Red and White colours as well.

The power cruiser continues to compete against the likes of Royal Enfield Classic 350, Jawa Motorcycles and KTM Duke 250. In terms of engine capacity, it goes against KTM Duke 390 and BMW G 310 R.