As per your requirements, all these bikes are capable of. The Royal Enfield Classic 350 BS6 has the potential to live up to its predecessor now that it complies with the stringent BS6 emission norms. We just wish it featured a more refined motor with extra punch to take on the highways. So, if your priority is comfort and like heavy exhaust nodes on Royal Enfield bikes, you may go for Classic 350. The Bajaj Pulsar 220F, despite its age, still remains an aspirational motorcycle for Indian buyers given its performance and features. It has good list of features, touring-friendly dynamics, and at is the price, it offers good value too. So, if you are on a budget and want fun to ride bike, you may go for it. If we talk about Dominar 250, it would b a great pick if you want better power performance and comfortable ride quality. Its weight might be an issue while tackling bad road conditions but it provides better high-speed stability. So, if budget is not an issue and wants an all-rounder bike, you may go for Dominar 250. You may compare both the cars according to their variants too. Do take a test ride in order to get better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details.
Both bikes are good enough and have their own forte. While the Gixxer SF 250 offers a sporty riding experience, it isn’t an out-and-out sportbike. It does offer an affordable, and potentially more fun, alternative to the Honda CBR250R, making it a great option for more mature riders. Despite the sporty design, the Gixxer has fairly upright ergonomics. Its clip-on handlebars are set low, but because they’re positioned closer to the rider, you do not have to lean much to reach them. The footpegs are positioned higher and given the deep knee recesses is a snug fit for average-sized riders. They can be a problem if you are taller or wider though. Also, the high-placed footpegs, combined with the overall compact riding position, can make your knees feel uncomfortable on longer rides. Thankfully though, the seat is extremely comfortable even on longer rides thanks to its shape, width and the right amount of firmness. Its low height allows even shorter riders to comfortably place both feet on the ground. The fairing-mounted mirrors offer good rear visibility. Overall, the Gixxer 250’s riding position is suited both for city use and touring. On the other hand, the riding position is upright with tall and wide handlebars that aren’t hard to reach at all. And while the footpegs are rearset, they’re not uncomfortably so. Couple this with a fairly accessible seat height of 800mm, and riders of pretty much any height should have no problems on the Dominar. The rider’s seat is quite spacious and comfortable too. Bajaj bills the Dominar as a “Sports Tourer”, and we believe that long hours in the saddle shouldn’t be too difficult. Also, it offers better power performance and high speed stability too. So, do take a teast ride before the final call. Check out authorised dealership details. You may compare both the bike too.
Dominar 250 is comfortable enough for such long rides for a single rider. The riding position is upright with tall and wide handlebars that aren’t hard to reach at all. And while the footpegs are rear set, they’re not uncomfortably so. The rider’s seat is quite spacious and comfortable too. Bajaj bills the Dominar as a “Sports Tourer”, and we believe that long hours in the saddle shouldn’t be too difficult. The same cannot be said about the pillion seat though, at least to the same extent. While it’s not entirely uncomfortable, it’s certainly not as spacious, though thankfully it’s adequately padded. The rear footpegs are positioned slightly on the higher side though, so taller pillions might end up sitting a little knees-up. And these rear pegs don’t have rubber shoes on top, so the pillion will also feel a lot more vibrations at their feet than the rider. Do take a test ride in order to clear your doubts. Check out authorised dealership details.