2019 Bajaj Dominar 400 review, road test

    Bajaj gives the Dominar 400 a substantial update. We test its competency.

    Published on May 06, 2019 06:00:00 AM


    Show the 2019 Dominar 400 to anyone and they’ll probably tell you that it’s a custom-painted 2018 model. It’s quite apparent that updating the styling wasn’t Bajaj’s priority. The Auroral Green paint – the most significant visual tweak – looks spectacular, but if the colour is a bit too wannabe Kawasaki for you, the only alternative is a satin black scheme; the bright red and blue options have been done away with. The gold-coloured wheels from the previous-gen model have also been done away with, and Bajaj has gone back to black with polished outer edges.

    LED headlight looks great and remains powerful as ever.

    The keen-eyed ones among you will also notice the slightly different layout of the blacked-out bits on the tank, belly pan and front mudguard. Of course, there are other visual distinctions, like the fat USD fork and twin-exit muffler, but they are byproducts of mechanical changes. Another minor, but significant, change is the addition of high-quality, cast aluminium mirrors.

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