2019 Bajaj Dominar Prices Increased Marginally, Now Costs Rs 1.74 lakh

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The recently updated Bajaj Dominar, which sits above the Pulsar range in the company’s line-up, has got marginally pricier

The 2019 Bajaj Dominar, which was launched recently, has witnessed a small increase in its prices. Initially, the updated version of the company’s flagship model, which plays bigger brother to the Pulsar range, was launched at Rs 1.73 lakh. Soon thereafter, the prices witnessed a reduction of Rs 3,732 and dropped to Rs 1.70 lakh.

However, it has now come to light that the 2019 Bajaj Dominar has seen another revision in its price. This time around, the flagship model from BAL has become a bit pricier. It now costs Rs 1.74 lakh, which is roughly Rs 255 higher than the cost it commanded at the time of its launch.

Of course, the price hike for the 2019 Bajaj Dominar is negligible and shouldn’t disturb the terrific value-for-money equation it offers. In the current scenario, it is definitely the most well-priced premium motorcycle in its segment and impresses with its well-sorted dynamics, potent engine, muscular styling and a long list of features.

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The 2019 Bajaj Dominar is powered by a KTM-derived 373.3 cc single-cylinder fuel-injected engine that is mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. It produces a maximum power of 40 PS, which is 5 PS more than what the original version offered. The power bump has been achieved through the usage of a dual overhead camshaft instead of the single overhead camshaft provided in the previous model. The motorcycle has also received a new ECU. The peak torque, at 35 Nm, however, remains the same.

Moreover, the 2019 Bajaj Dominar gains upside-down telescopic front forks. It even gets a twin barrel exhaust, an updated secondary display, radial front brake callipers, forged steel stand and a new set of mirrors that are supported by cast aluminium stalks.

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The 2019 Bajaj Dominar offers disc brakes at both the wheels. The front gets a 320 mm unit, while the rear features a 230 mm version. The updated motorcycle is even more refined than the version it has replaced. Finally, it’s now being sold in two new colour choices – Vine Black and Aurora Green.

*All prices mentioned are ex-showroom Delhi