The Bajaj Dominar 400 is a well-known Bajaj model in the cruiser sports segment in bikes. It is a unique segment for this bike. Whereas as per the reports from the brand, they are about to launch the first ever facelift of Bajaj Dominar 400 at the beginning of 2019. Dominar 400 is the Bajaj’s most powerful and the strongest motorcycle introduced by the brand till date.
Here we are going to talk about the upcoming facelift and the various improvements introduced in the 2019 Dominar 400 model.
The Dominar 400 will include the upside front forks, which are relied upon to perform much superior to anything the regular adjustable front forks of its earlier model. Whereas it is expected that the new and improved suspension will probably be going to expand travel and furthermore enhance ride quality over the bad or poor streets or roads.
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More ground clearance
The bike is likewise anticipated that would have more ground clearance with the revised twin canister debilitate which will offer the more bossy sound from the dominar model. The new plan for the fumes sees the migration of the exhaust system which increases the ground clearance of the model.
Taller handlebar and longer pillion seating
As per the users’ recommendation the brand will introduce a taller handlebar and longer pillion seat design. It will offer more comfort to the users now.
Radially mounted brake caliper
The front brake currently gets outspread mounting, and whereas it is expected that it will improve the brake feature. Spiral mounting increases the torsional flexing while at the same time braking and this ought to convert into a crisper brake feel. Double channel ABS will presently be standard on the new Dominar 400 thinking about the new administrative controls.
Bigger radiator and new ECU mapping
The radiator of the 2019 Bajaj Dominar 400 will be bigger than its earlier version. This will allows its engine to get cool easily under the traffic conditions.
On the performance and engine
Whereas there will be no change in its engine. it will remain 373.2cc with four stroke motor is probably going to hold the 35 Bhp-35 Nm yields, the 6-speed manual gearbox, and a shoe clutch unit. On the front of the rear suspension, it will be a monoshock unity with the 17-inch alloy wheels size design along with the tubeless tyres.
Well, these are some of the facelift features which are not yet officially confirmed by the brand. On the price front, it has been reported that the all-new Dominar 400 price will be available at an increased price of Rs. 20,000 from its existing standard model price. The existing Dominar 400 price is available at a range From 1, 46,111 to 1,604,03.