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  • Q. Is Bajaj Dominar 400 a beginner friendly bike?

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    Viraf
    Viraf | 1 year ago

    I always advocate that you go through a 160 - 180cc - 250 cc bike, learn to maintain them before upgrading to a 400cc onwards. Or wait for the Dominar 200cc then upgrade.

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    Raj
    Raj | 1 year ago

    Take full responsibilty while riding... so it will be friendly bike

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    Sandeep
    Sandeep | 2 months ago

    No. It's too heavy for beginners

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Bajaj Dominar 400 User Reviews

  • 5.0

    i feel comfortable with dominor 400.Best Touring bike by Bajaj

  • 5.0

    Best comfortable abs brake system

  • 4.6

    Wonderful machine, very comfortable and powerful, every time I ride its like a first ride,

  • 4.6

    its 2019 jan bike.its low km,maintains in company

  • 4.6

    I basically use the bike for touring and commuting between Pune and my home town, UDWADA, GUJARAT distance 333kms one way. Have not done a lot of milage on it as I had to go through an open heart bye-pass last year. I personally maintain this bike as I had a bad experience with the Bajaj service as they charged me for oil replacement but did not put the required one litre of oil. I rode down towards Lonavla and found difficulty in downshifting. I did not find the oil in Lonavla so took the train back to Pune bought the oil, very little oil came out from the drain, put fresh oil and the bike was as good as new. After that I have replaced the oil, filters and now at the 10,000 km mark will again change the oil, filters and the spark plugs. But overall I am very happy with the bike.

  • 5.0

    it's the best decision to have this bike as my ride.

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