The full faired Bajaj Dominar 400 concept model has ditched the street-fighter design language of the Dominar. The full faired Dominar 400 model comes with additional panels to the neat extended fuel tank and covering the whole engine bay in a proper manner. An extended panel is also offered on the headlight section, thereby creating the illusion that both the panels are joined at one given point. A thin panel has replaced the thick under-seat panel. The thin under seat panel imparts a sharp motorcycle tail on the full-faired Bajaj Dominar 400 concept.
The new Bajaj Dominar 400 gets a twin-exit exhaust which produces a slightly louder note. The stock model is available in the Auroral Green colour scheme along with the matte-black colour scheme from the previous model. The stock model carries a price tag of Rs 1.74 lakhs [ex showroom]. The new Bajaj Dominar 400 competes on the likes of the BMW G310R, TVS Apache RR 310, and the KTM 390 Duke.
The Dominar 400 Concept Model has a length of 2,156 mm, width of 836 mm and overall height of 1,112 mm. The seat height measures 800 mm. The Dominar 400 sits on dual tone alloy wheels with tubeless 110/70 – R17 tyres at front and 150/60 – R17 tyres at the rear. The kerb weight of the bike stands to 184.5 kg and the fuel tank capacity is 13 litres. The bike has a ground clearance of 157 mm and a wheelbase of 1,453 mm.
Powering the Bajaj Dominar 400 concept model is the single cylinder, fuel injected, liquid cooled 373.2 cc DOHC engine. The engine churns out a power of 39.9 hp at 8,650 rpm and produces a peak torque of 35 Nm at 7,000 rpm. A six speed transmission with a slipper clutch and revised gear ratios comes coupled to the motor. Suspension duties on the bike are taken care by the Upside down forks at the front and mono suspension at the rear. Braking duties are handled by the 320 mm single disc brake at the front and the 230 mm single disc brake at the rear. The dual channel ABS is offered as standard.
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