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  • Q. I am confused between Meteor 350 and Dominar 250. I am looking for city as well as touring compatible bike. I'm not looking for High speed cruising (90-110kmph cruising speed will be enough). Also, decent cornering ability will be enough. Both the bikes will fulfill my requirements. However, I am confused because of new RE Meteor refined and long stroke engine feel, at the same time looks and features Dominar 250 provide in this price range. I am currently using Yamaha FZ16 (2013 model), which one would be better upgrade?
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    Zigwheels | 6 months ago

    As per your requirements, Dominar 250 would be a better pick. Is is suitable enough for city commutes as well as for highway long rides. Certainly Meteor is refined as compared to other 350 cc Royal Enfield bikes but between these two, it is the Dominar 250 that is properly refined and is butter smooth even when cruising at 100kmph. The ratios of the 6-speed transmission are well spaced for better low-mid-range performance. Keep the tachometer needle hovering between 2000 and 3000rpm, and the bike can move along without any issues. As far as the features are concerned, the bike is loaded with premium bits like an all-LED lighting system, full-digital instrument cluster, and power cruiser-like styling with a comfortable touring-friendly riding position. The instrument cluster isn’t as detailed as its bigger sibling with real-time mileage indicators and such, but it is informative enough to fulfil its basic purpose. If we talk about Meteor 350, This Royal Enfield fulfills the promise made by the Thunderbird many years ago. However, the Meteor doesn’t make a bigger and bolder promise of its own by way of plush ride quality, a greater sense of richness or, crucially, better cruising ability. You may compare both bikes accordingly. Do take a test ride in order to get better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details.

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  • Q. Which one is best between, Dominar 250, Yamaha FZ 25 and Hness CB350 for occasional tours, quality and refined engine.
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    Zigwheels | 1 week ago

    As per your requirement, we would suggest you go for Honda H’ness CB350. The gorgeous design is one of only two things that are really old-school about this bike, the other being the sonorous exhaust note. Honda has managed to capture the aura of a retro roadster but with a twist of modernity, which makes the new H’ness that much more attractive. It looks the part, is a comfortable bike, and has loads of features. Also, being a Honda, quality, and reliability will be of the highest degree. H’ness is mighty impressive with its refinement and is a good bike to hustle in the city. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read more -Honda H’ness CB350 Road Test Review: Should RE Be Worried?.

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    Bajaj Dominar 250 Overview

    Bajaj Dominar 250
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    Dominar 250 User Reviews

    4.3 /5
    321 reviews
    • Performance
      4.6/5
    • Comfort
      4.5/5
    • Features & Styling
      4.5/5
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    • Maintenance Cost
      4.0/5
    • Mileage
      3.8/5

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    • 3.8

      Overall its good.But the weight is pain in the ass.But you will get used to it.Now i don't feel anything while driving, Only time i feel its heavy is when i try to reverse it.

    • 4.6

      The bike has been an absolute charm to ride.It looks awesome.The exhaust note is music to the ears.It is easy to ride in traffic and also cruise comfortably at 100-110 on the highway.The build quality is absolutely top class.Since the bike is very front heavy, It took a little time to adjust to it.But 1-2 weeks into riding it, I don't have any problem in manoeuvring the bike now.I will recommend this bike to anyone who wants to upgrade from their 100-150cc bike.

    • 4.6

      It is a very awesome bike it's so dammm perfect for me.The only one thing it miss is a gear position indicator and some calculations like kms to empty, Top speed, Average mileage etc.Even though i love it very much its a cool awesome powerful bike.

    • 3.4

      Well it's the best in segment bike!! it lacks electronics though! well price of bike is justified.Milage is a problem but you can't expect 30-35kmpl which is company claimed.

    • 5.0

      It's the best quarter litre in the segment.Stability and power is good enough for touring especially on highways.The maintenance cost is very less as compared to other quarter litres in the indian market.

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    • 4.6

      It's nearly 2 months I used this bike. It's very aggressive and gives better performance. I can feel vibration on first 3 gears after that, bike shows his real attitude smoothness. Slipper clutch and breaks all are perfect. But gear shifting will be noisy even it can feel by people who is walking on road. Mileage I just got 28 kms/liter, 250cc so it's not disappoint that much. Main drawback is weight, you have full road to turn this bike and you always keep one person with you for take reverse. All apart I love my brotherhood

    • 4.2

      I loved this bike, very aggressive with sporty performance, heavy and rock solid so that it will be planted in all the speeds, barley no vibration after 3rd gear, very comfortable seating position and extraordinary clutch. Since its slipper clutch, gear shifting will be noisy. Average mileage 30kmpl which i checked neck to neck method in city, yet to check in highway. Suspension are good. Cons are missing gear shift indicator, rear tires are smaller. planning to change the tire to 150/60.

    • 2.2

      Not worth of 2 lakhs of bike lots of vibration on 1st to 3rd gear on my footped.Apart from engine sound there was another sound coming.At service center they told it's bike sound but while riding it's feel like am riding old bike with lots vibration and some utter sound.Only hope remain was mileage but it's give around 25 to 30 in city and 30 to 35 on highway.This was big dissapointment from 250 cc bike worth of 2 lakh.I feel like cheated.Better go with ktm or meteor 350.

    • 4.6

      i bought in aug2020.ovr all pakage is best in market till now.i would suggest to them whos budget is abt 1.9lac and want decent bike.just take it cons 1)-i had with this is the sound while changing gears.upword from neutral to 1st.2 )i m having prob with rear tyre breaking sound is coming lik brushing all the time. bajaj guy told me it will b done after 1 st service. hopefully it would be done.never the less.guys if you want to invest your savings.go for dominar.

    • 4.6

      The bike has been an absolute charm to ride.It looks awesome.The exhaust note is music to the ears.It is easy to ride in traffic and also cruise comfortably at 100-110 on the highway.The build quality is absolutely top class.Since the bike is very front heavy, It took a little time to adjust to it.But 1-2 weeks into riding it, I don't have any problem in manoeuvring the bike now.I will recommend this bike to anyone who wants to upgrade from their 100-150cc bike.

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