The 2019 Bajaj Dominar 400 ABS will get a lot of changes over the outgoing model.
Bajaj Auto yesterday launched their new brand identity called, “The World’s Favourite Indian” and with this, they showcased their new TVC in which riders from various countries are shown riding different Bajaj motorcycles. In this video, the 2019 Dominar 400 has also been showcased.
The first change you notice is the deletion of golden wheels. Yes, the Dominar will now come with the standard black rims. Some panels on the tank have also been given a blacked-out finish. The bike also comes with USD forks and a new exhaust system with a dual exit layout.
The motorcycle also gets reworked instrument cluster. The main instrument cluster display now shows the info which was earlier displayed on the tank display and there will be another display which will display the time and odometer along with gear position.
The Bajaj Dominar 400 is powered by a 373cc, single-cylinder engine producing 34.5 HP and 35 Nm currently but the 2019 model might get a small bump in power. The braking setup is now on the other side (like KTM) and there is a possibility that the bike will get a DOHC engine. Needless to say, it will comply with the upcoming emission norms.
2019 Bajaj Dominar 400 ABS
– Gets USD forks, revised brake setup
– Golden rims make way for black rims
– Likely to produce more power