The Bajaj Dominar 250 was recently spotted in two new colors that make it look even more like its older sibling. inspect the colors in our story.
It had received its fourth price hike since its launch back in early-2020, a short time back. a replacement premium of Rs 3,002 pushed the value of the bike to Rs 1,70,720. However, it still undercuts the Dominar 400 by around Rs 32,000, making it the cheaper option.
Bajaj Dominar 250 Price
Dominar 250 Specifications
The KTM 250 Duke-sourced engine has been reworked to supply 27PS power at 8500rpm and 23.5Nm of peak torque at 6500rpm. The motor comes mated to a 6-speed transmission, aided by a slipper clutch. Fuel tank capacity remains unchanged at 13 liters. The quarter-liter Dominar uses a 37mm USD fork compared to the 43mm unit on its elder sibling. It retains an equivalent rear monoshock. It uses a smaller 300mm disc up front and therefore the same 230mm disc at the rear. A swingarm is now a box-section unit. The tires also are slightly slimmer than the Dominar 400 — 100-section front and 130-section rear radials.
|Engine||248.77 cc BS6|
|Max Power||27 PS @ 8500 rpm|
|Max Torque||23.5 Nm @ 6,500 rpm|
|Transmission||6 Speed Manual|
Dominar 250 Design
The Dominar 250 may feature an equivalent bodywork and similar features because the Dominar 400, but it gets a red color choice to differentiate itself from its elder sibling. Other noticeable differences include skinners 37mm forks, a slimmer rear bias-ply tire, box-section swingarm, and a smaller 300mm rotor at the front.
Dominar 250 Features
On the feature front, the Dominar 250 comes with LED lights all around, a twin-barrel exhaust, perimeter frame, and bungee straps tucked under the seat. Bajaj has cut a couple of corners though. as an example , the 250 gets a tank-mounted console with tell-tale lights which is from the previous-gen Dominar. As a result, it misses out on extra features like instantaneous fuel consumption and a gear position indicator. The dual-tone alloy wheels seen on the 400cc are replaced by simple matte black finished ones to stay costs in restraint.
Bajaj Dominar 250 Competitors
At this price point, the Bajaj Dominar 250 competes against the Suzuki Gixxer 250, Apache RTR 200 4V, and Yamaha FZ range. If you were to think about the 250cc segment, it also takes on the KTM 250 Duke
About Bajaj Bikes
Bajaj bikes’ price starts at Rs. 47,654. Bajaj offers 17 new bike models and 5 upcoming models in India. the foremost popular Sports bike of Bajaj is Pulsar NS200, Pulsar 150 may be a popular Commuter & Avenger Cruise 220 may be a popular Cruiser. The expensive Bajaj bike is Dominar 400 which is priced at Rs. 1.99 Lakh. The upcoming Bajaj bikes include Avenger 400, Pulsar 250, and Pulsar RS400. BajajAuto
FAQ’s on the Dominar 250
Is Dominar 250 worth buying?
The Dominar 250 feels more flexible, comfortable, and competent. something the Dominar was always meant to be. It’s finally found its purpose with this new setup and makes tons more sense than the Dominar 400. Besides, at Rs 1.6 lakh, the 250 is additionally tons easier on the pocket.
Why Dominar 250 is heavy?
On the Dominar 250, we get a beam-type perimeter frame which makes it heavier and stronger while the Husqvarnas get a Steel Trellis frame.
Is Dominar a failure?
The Dominar isn’t a failure. Let this be clear for once and every one . By no means is Bajaj Dominar a failure. a motorcycle with nearly 2 lakh on-road price doing 3k numbers a month in its first launch year isn’t a failure by any means.
Is Dominar 250 good for long rides?
And it contains 248.8cc liquid-cooled 4v dohc single-cylinder that sounds good and power 26.6 hp at 8500 rpm and performance is sweet as per my opinion and it gives around 36 km per litre and petrol tank capacity of 13 litres and bike weight of 180 kg and digital speedometer and great comfortable seating