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Preferred For : Daily Commute
55% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
my hunt for a new bike started two weeks ago. i wanted a bike that was reasonably priced and fun to ride , mileage was not an issue for me as I am not a daily commuter(this is what i thought initially but now i cant resist it taking daily to office)test rides taken before buying dominar 20191. apache rtr 200 4v smooth engine, no vibrations, right balance of performance and comfort2 honda cbr250- lacked modern features, a little pricey3. RE classic 350- showroom experience was best among all the bike brands in India, thumping engine/exhaust , great bike but i was hungry for more power4. yamaha FZ25 - decent bike, smooth engine,nothing to complaint about as such5. wanted to test ride gixxer 250 but was not available at the nearest showroom.6. i ruled out duke 390 as iam not a pro rider and i would have not done justice considering the potential of the bike(but my next bike would definitely be a KTM )6. finally went to bajaj dealership the moment i started the dominar ignition i felt that i have woken up a beast the exhaust note was so good to ears at that very moment my hunt ended and i bought the bike2week/300km review.-i kept the bike under 2.5k-3k rpm and i got 35 kmpl( no heavy traffic during my office commute)- power delivery is linear - bassy exhaust note- bearable vibrations in handle bar,tank and foot pegs- headlamps are the best- secondary display is useless( though bajaj has rolled out ECU update to position gear indicator on primary console.)will update review after 1st serviceupdate: after first service bike feels a bit smoother than before. mileage 25- 32kmpl
I have been using dominar for past one month. Before first service i got a mileage figure of 28kmpl, and after the first service now i am getting 30kmpl. I used to ride this bike in weekend long distance rides and daily city commute (home to office). It feels bit heavy in.the front, when compared to othere 350+cc bikes , and if you ride any enfields after riding a dominar , you feel like enfields are like some 110cc scooter. Speaking about the customer support given by bajaj to this flagship bike, i must say they are the best. I had some issues regarding some loose/broken nuts and bolts and i made a complaint and they are in to it and continously keeping in touch to make the customer experience best. The secondary console is useless after the recent ECU update as all the data can now be shown in the main console, and thus one of the big cons regarding the console is vanished. I dont like to race much, as i enjoy every rides and this bike is actually a dream bike i have attained in my life. Hope bajaj and the service centre can help me keep the bike in a good condition atleast for 3 years even though it has a massive 5 year/75000km warranty with it.
First thing first: "The best value for money bike in this segment"Pros: - Good mid and top end power- Good seating position- Fare milage for a 373 cc bike- Awesome light throw by the headlights- Gives confidence while overtaking- The sound of the engine is Damm sweet, just love that bassy roar when I twist the throttle- One great feature that I saw in this bike is that, u can"t start the ride without disengaging the side stand, bike engine will go off if the side stand is engaged. So the accidents that could happen because of the negligent engagement of side stand is nullified here.- Breaking is Damm great, thanks to the dual channel absCons:- Weight: Bike is quite heavy, you won"t feel it once u picks up speed, it feels mostly when u try to pull the bike backwards or while parking.- Cornering: The bike has below average cornering capacity, again weight could have been a factor here.- Handle turn extend: The turning radius of the bike is quiet high, so it"s often difficult to turn the bike in a narrow street, and the weight of the bike makes it even more difficult.- Vibration: Even though the vibrations have said to be reduced compared to the previous model, still I can feel the vibrations on the handleOn an over all aspect, If u are looking for a bike which can do city commutes and highway cruising, and cruise at tripple digit speeds, go for it,Dominar is a beast
Have owned the first generation ABS model. The built quality is good, ride quality is good and is rich in features. Mileage is good enough for a 400cc motorcycle. However problems keep creeping in quite early. The steering is hard to control and find that the bearings got crushed, ABS suffers faulty sensor, engine ideally stays at more then 3000rpm even in neutral while on the move and drops to normal only at standstill. Apart from this its a good motorcycle whatsoever.
It's the best VFM bike available in India at the moment! I was considering Interceptor 650, but test drove this and zeroed on this. This is a wonderful machine. It loves to corner and zoom through the streets with ease. Take it on the open highway, you can cruise comfortably at 120kmph. It does everything a bigger bike can do at a very reasonable price. Build quality is very good as well. Overall I would say, grab one before Bajaj rises the pricing of this motorcycle. Its a steal at this price!. Well done, Bajaj
Though the bike is heavy but you won't feel it while driving. Mileage can be a issue if driving in traffic but touring is so much satisfying.
Good to serve,if we don't look mileage and maintenance.
Value For money. It's awesome bike with looks and the riders who really wanna enjoy bike.
We are style rides To be Dominor 😎👌
well maintained , good brakes with servicing dine.