The Bajaj Dominar 400 has a list of features which are first in its segment and they make the bike worth purchasing.
The Bajaj Dominar 400 has been one of the most anticipated motorcycles of the Indian market in 2016. As it is finally launched, we have for you a bunch of interesting facts about the 400cc cruiser from Bajaj. With the heaviest engine from Bajaj, the Dominar 400 has a lot of capabilities to woo the rider and that too at an amazingly affordable price tag. There are quite a few features in the bike that make it a really strong contender in its segment.
The soft compound tubeless tyres of the Dominar 400 can handle speeds up to 180 km/hr which is not too far from the Metzelers of the KTM Duke 390. Well, the speed up to which the tyres can run is more than the top speed of the Dominar 400 as it has been claimed by the company at 148 km/hr. This claimed top speed carries an interesting fact in itself as it could be achieved in a shocking 20 seconds. Not just the sprint, it stops quickly as well. As reported by the company, the bike shreds speed from 100-0 km/hr in 9 seconds and 46.19 meters.
The paint job of the Dominar 400 has something unusual as well. It has been shrouded with 3 layers of chip-resistant paint with deep-gloss. It is also capable of climbing inclines of up to 14 degrees and this quality of a motorcycle is known as gradability. The high gradability of the Dominar 400 involves many aspects and a tough quality chain is one of them. The chain of the Dominar 400 is much better than the Pulsar 220, Pulsar RS 200 and Pulsar 200 NS and it resembles that of the KTM Duke 390 which is an X-ring chain.
Bajaj Dominar 400 Facts
– The Dominar 400 stops quickly in 9 seconds from 100 to 0 km/hr
– It comes with a three-coat chip-resistant paint
– It has a capability of climbing steep inclines of up to 14 degrees