BS-VI Bajaj Dominar 400 starts reaching dealerships [Video]

24/02/2020 - 18:22 | ,   | Utkarsh

The BS-VI Bajaj Dominar 400's prices were (unofficially) revealed earlier this month. Now, in a new development, the updated bike has started reaching dealerships, further indicating that its launch is imminent. The BS-VI version will be only INR 1,749 costlier than the BS-IV version.

Bs Vi Bajaj Dominar 400 Rear
There are no aesthetic changes in the new BS-VI Dominar 400.

The Dominar 400 got a major update just back in April 2019 and became much more capable and value for money. So it added a host of new features like:

  • 43mm USD front forks
  • Revised engine with more power
  • Updated instrument console
  • Twin-barrel exhaust for a beefier exhaust note
  • Radial calliper for improved braking
  • Slightly revised LED taillamp
  • Better-built rearview mirrors, and whatnot.


All these bells and whistles made the Bajaj Dominar 400 a better motorcycle than its predecessor. So it is understandable that Bajaj wouldn’t be needing to introduce any significant changes with the BS-VI transition. It would simply tinker the 373.3cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine to make it greener and cleaner.

The BS-VI Bajaj Dominar 400 could be packing ECU updates and perhaps a bigger catalytic converter to meet the stricter emission norms. The engine is expected to deliver the same amount of power and torque figures - 40 PS at 8,650 rpm and 35 Nm at 7,000 rpm - and come mated to the same 6-speed gearbox.

It is also being reported that various dealerships across the country have already started accepting pre-bookings for the BS-VI Bajaj Dominar 400 for a token amount ranging from INR 1,000-5,000. The official announcement should take place in the next few days.

Bs Vi Bajaj Dominar 400 Front Three Quarters Left
Bajaj Auto has added a revised cat-con to keep the emissions in check.

Also Read: BS-VI Bajaj Pulsar RS200 to cost INR 1.43 lakh - Report

The current, BS-IV Bajaj Dominar 400 is available in two colour options - ‘Aurora Green’ and ‘Vine Black’. The BS-VI could be offered in a new colour, perhaps the red colour in which a test mule was spotted last year.

[Source: YouTube]

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