The spied motorcycle wears the same colour scheme as seen on the existing production model. The headlamp, tail lamp, and turn indicators continue to be LED units.
We can’t tell whether the new Dominar 400 will be getting a restyled fuel tank and tail section or not. As these spy shots don’t show the entire angle of the fuel tank.
However, we think it is unlikely given how aggressive the current Dominar 400 looks in styling.
this is a spy shot. We can’t say with certainty that there aren’t any mechanical changes.
For instance, the presence of touring accessories (pannier holders and such). Could indicate that there’s a new engine under its sleek skin too.
However, Bajaj will likely bring any change in mechanical specs.
A bike with these features is aimed at the touring market. Most likely, the Dominar 400 will get a larger windscreen, touring saddle and pillion seat, sturdy grab rail and taller suspension travel (presumably).
It will turn it into a motorcycle for long-distance riding. And the current Dominar 400, which will continue to be manufactured in its naked form despite the updates.
The Dominar 400 has been one of the most popular motorcycles that brought many new riders to the two-wheeler industry.
It comes powered by a 373.2cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine with a fuel injection system offering 39.42bhp of maximum power at 8500rpm and 35Nm of peak torque.
With these performance specs, the new Dominor 400 will have a top speed of 168kmph while delivering an attractive mileage (for the segment) of 40kmpl.
With a 13-litre fuel tank, it will arrive with the digital console and dual-channel ABS.
We expect Bajaj to launch the new Dominor 400 by Diwali and will be expensive compared to the current Dominor 400 .that retails at Rs 2.12 lakh (ex-showroom)
The Indian bike maker might bring in some touring accessories on the new Dominar 400, increasing its price.