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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?
    Dillip | 2 years 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.
    Dillip | 1 year 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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    • Mileage (26)
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    • Performance (18)
    • Comfort (17)
    • Experience (15)
    • Engine (14)
    • Looks (14)
    • Speed (13)
    • Gear (11)
    • Service (10)
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    • Driving experience

      First of all the driving experience of dominar 250 is something which can't be explained well in words probably the best bike till date in it's segment in terms of touring. The average is comparatively not that good because of it's weight which remains among the pros section of this bike. The cost of maintenance is real less, You just need to take care of this machine and i assure you it will never dig a hole in your pocket. Look wise it's really aggressive and it's a head-turner for sure not only because of looks but also because of it's sound. Great work by bajaj auto. Truly i'm a proud owner of dominar 250.

    • Road riding

      A wonderful experience for on road riding and comfortable with long drive

    • The bike was great

      The bike was great all around.Vibration was present up to 3.5k rpm.In the tank pad, I used to sense it.Vibrations in the backseat were not very comfy for the passenger.However, Everything changes when you use this equipment on the highway.I only rode short distances—usually between 100 and 120 kilometres.The engine becomes smoother and much more responsive after 3.5k rpm.If we aim to maintain the rpms above those during city trips, We will undoubtedly have a positive riding experience.I originally struggled with weight, And it took me some time to acclimatise.You can't flip it as you always wanted to because of the large wheel base.Even so, You wouldn't encounter any problems navigating light traffic.

    • Nice bike very comfortable

      Nice bike very comfortable and giving good average

    • Smooth driving

      It is a smooth driving and it is a off roading bike riide is a comfortable driving and mileage is also very good


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