Spotted at a dealer stockyard in India, this new Dominar 250 comes with black alloy wheels, which replace the earlier white and silver wheels. 

This particular bike has been seen in black, red and white for that bad-boy look. 

The previous model was available in various colours but with tinted lenses and black rims, with a more aggressive appeal.



Bajaj Auto is introducing a slew of updates on the model before launching an entirely new cast or a completely new bike to increase its sales figures.

We have spy pictures featuring the Bajaj Dominar 250, which receives new alloy wheels. 

Dominar 250 is the latest bike in Bajaj’s portfolio and has been doing decent business. Bajaj will soon update the Dominar to equip it with a few new amenities to address the demand. 


Apart from black alloy wheels, we expect no other changes to be made to this cruiser bike because it is a space-age technology at its heart. However, we will have to wait and watch to see what other changes it will bring.

The bike will come around a price tag of Rs 1.64 lakh ( ex-showroom) Delhi.

Powerplant and more

It’s no secret that Bajaj is targeting the Dominar 250 at a young, urban audience, who are looking to upgrade from their 100-125cc commuter motorcycles.

They’re not just looking to shed a few kilos in weight but also do away with typical cruiser styling elements. 

There is the absence of exposed footboards and the more upright riding position, which allow for easy mounting and dismounting.

The Dominar 250 comes equipped with a standard full-LED lighting system, an all-digital instrument cluster with LCD on the tank, and a smaller auxiliary display above the headlight unit. The digital instrument console may include

  • A gear position indicator,
  • Odometer,
  • Twin trip meters, and
  • The usual telltale functions are fuel level indicators and neutral and high beam indicators.

Power comes from a 248.77cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that makes 26.6bhp of power at 8,500rpm and 23.5Nm of peak torque at 6,500rpm.

Single disc on both ends supported by a Dual Channel ABS, the bike will arrive with 7-inch alloy wheels with upside-down forks and a mono-shock. 

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