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  • Q. I am 5'10', 50 yr old, heavy built male. Looking for a bike that fits my personality. Propose of biking is a few rides during weekends (max 250km) and occasional office troops. Mostly my wife will be pillion during weekend rides. Adrenaline flow is much under control so not looking for zip zap zoom stuff. Budget is max 5L

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    Zigwheels | 1 month ago

    As per your requirements, either you may go for Royal Enfield Himalayan. If we talk about long rides, there’s really nothing out there better than the Himalayan in this budget range or displacement range. The tall handlebar, combined with the scooped out seat means that you feel like you’re sat in the bike. The riding position makes you feel like the king of the road - tall and commanding, thanks to the sizeable windscreen and high instrument cluster you’re faced with; but seat height is still a VERY manageable 800mm. Seat padding is just the right firmness, the rider’s triangle is roomy and well suited to both sitting down and standing up, and even your significant other will be happily perched on the back of the Himalayan. If we had to nitpick, we wish the screen was adjustable for height and a little more optically correct. But these aren’t the sort of things that will be deal-breakers. Whether it’s carrying you down the highway at a steady cruise or pulling you out of slush under the pouring rain, the engine always feels up to the job. But everything isn’t perfect. If you’ve got a motorcycle like this, chances are that it’s your only motorcycle, so you’re going to be using it to commute in the city as well. While we have no complaints about the motor’s performance, we did find it heating up quite a bit over prolonged periods in slow-moving traffic. While this can be bothersome on the few occasions when it does happen, the engine’s refinement levels will make your life that much more comfortable on a daily basis. So, overall it would be a great pick for city commutes as well as for long rides. It is a well-rounded and desirable motorcycle and better than before. Do take a test ride in order to clear your all doubts. Check out authorised dealership details.

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Q. What is the seat height of Bajaj Dominar 400?
A. The seat height of Bajaj Dominar 400 is 800 mm.
Q. Does Bajaj Dominar 400 have ABS or not?
A. Yes, Dual Channel ABS is available on Bajaj Dominar 400.
Q. What is the wheel size of Bajaj Dominar 400?
A. The wheel size of Bajaj Dominar 400 is Front :-431.8 mm,Rear :-431.8 mm.
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