June 2019 Sales: Bajaj Dominar 400 records 60% rise Y-o-Y

08/07/2019 - 20:45 | ,   | Suvil Susvirkar

Thanks to the MY2019 update, Bajaj Auto’s Dominar 400, has delivered promising sales performance yet again. The company's flagship model has registered over 60% rise Y-o-Y in the month of June.

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Bajaj Dominar 400 UG boosts sales, delivering positive numbers in year-on-year growth for the second consecutive month.

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The Bajaj Dominar 400 UG clocked 2,044 unit sales in the last month as against 1,277 units registered by its predecessor in the corresponding month last year. Check out the sales performance of the Dominar 400 in the last six months below. Do note that the 2019 Dominar 400 was launched in the last week of April this year:

Month Latest Sales Previous Sales % Change
June 2,044 1,277 60%
May 1,888 1,191 59%
April 1,346 1,373 -2%
March 350 1,561 -78%
February 329 1,982 -83%
January 64 2,072 -97%

The Bajaj Dominar 400 UG retails at INR 1,74,125 and is available in two colour options Auroral Green and Matte Black. The motorcycle was also seen in two more paints – Red and Silver – through a promotional video, although those are yet to be added to the list of choices for the buyers. The Red Bajaj Dominar 400 UG was recently seen at the company’s Chakan plant and we may see it arrive in the Indian market ahead of the festive season to boost the sales further.

To give you a recap, the Bajaj Dominar 400 UG packs more power and is a step closer to BS-VI compliance than its predecessor. The 373.3cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine benefits from a DOHC system in the MY2019 model. Paired with a six-speed gearbox, the fuel-injected motor delivers 40 PS at 8,650 rpm (5 PS more than its predecessor) and 35 Nm of peak torque at 7,000 rpm.

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Updated hardware includes upside-down forks, radially mounted front calliper, twin-barrel exhaust and a revised instrument console. Meanwhile, the dual-channel ABS, adjustable monoshock at the back and full LED lighting have been retained from the discontinued model. Do note that Bajaj Auto claims to have made changes to the internals of the headlamp and the tail light for better performance. Other improvements to the hardware include forged steel side stand, new tank pad decals, updated mirror design, cast aluminium stalks for the rear view mirrors and bungee straps under the pillion seat.

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