Reports say that Bajaj Dominar Scrambler 400 is in works and the bike might launch early next year. It will share the engine specs and features with the current Dominar.
Bajaj Dominar is the most powerful and most modern bike on Bajaj’s lineup. The Dominar directly went against Mojo UT 300 and Royal Enfield Classic 350. The power cruiser is now getting a new version. Reportedly, Bajaj Dominar Scrambler 400 is in development and might launch by January-March period. It will have the engine specs and features from the current Dominar but with a different design. This could be the first dual-purpose bike offering from Bajaj. Currently, the cheapest Scrambler is the recently launched FB Mondial HPS300.
Bajaj had patented a Scrambler Trademark back in 2017 and many photos of that were leaked. It shares the same platform of Dominar. While Scrambler bikes are not that popular in India, the most famous one is the original Ducati Scrambler. Now, the cheapest Scrambler in India is the FB Mondial HPS300, which comes under the brand MotoRoyale.
Reports say that Bajaj had cleared about its plan for premium products. It said that it would not focus on mass-produced products for some time and will focus on performance and lifestyle concepts.
The Bajaj Dominar 400 Scrambler will sport the same 373.4cc single-cylinder engine. The engine produces 35 HP and 35 Nm of torque. The engine comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox with slipper clutch. The mileage estimated on the engine is close to 35 kmpl, which may fall down to 33 kmpl on real road conditions.
Fuel Capacity of the Bajaj Dominar 400 Scrambler will be 13 Litres, which gives a riding range of 351 kms. The top speed of the bike is around 147 km/hr and it sprints from 0100 kmph in 8.4 seconds. The Dominar gets DIA Forks suspension in the front and Multistep Adjustable Monoshock suspension in the rear. The Scrambler might get a revised suspension with a better travel capacity.
Features onboard the Bajaj Dominar 400 Scrambler will be same as the current Dominar. The Scrambler will get Split Reverse LCD Display, Automatic LED Headlamps, Dual Channel ABS and Tell-Tale lights. Other important features would include Gear, Fuel, Oil and Battery indicators, Engine Kill Switch and a digital clock onboard.
The Bajaj Dominar 400 might also get a mid-life cycle update by next year. It has been spotted with USD Forks, a pseudo-twin exhaust setup and a larger looking radiator.
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