• Q. I am looking for a bike around the 2lakh. I currently have a RE Classic 350 (2013). Previously owned a Karizma and a CBZ. Should I consider the new Dominar? How does it compare, quality-wise, with the Honda CBZ. I am sceptical about the quality deterioration of Bajaj in the long run.

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    Adnan | 4 weeks ago

    You won't get a better bike with this much power and features under 2 lakh other than Dominaar. The changes in the new Dominaar have improved the bike a lot so if you need good looks great features and a good touring vehi6 I would suggest Dominaar.. if you have more budget then you can chk out other bikes as well.. like TVS RR310

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    Lokesh | 11 months ago

    New Dominar is Much Better Than Any Other Bike in That Cost , No Brands Offer You These Specs and Power in That Price

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    Upendra | 1 year ago

    You can even go for duke 390

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