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  • Q. Should I go with Dominor 400 or Suzuki Gixxer SF 250. If i am considering the build quality, Engine quality and a bit of touring but not more than 250km a day.
    Debopriyo
    Debopriyo | 1 year ago

    Japanese bikes are revolutionary machines. Their any product particularly. The built, ergonomics (very imp), the mechanicals - the most important for better performance are umatchable. Gxr250 is an amazing machine. Within the city 5 gears are fantastic, once higjway comes the 6th gear shows the potential of the engine. Easily cruising at 120 kmps with pillion.And the engine is patented.When you think of rx100, RD 350 you understand what amount of RnD they do to make superb products that last a lifetime. Think and decide

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  • Q. I am planning to buy a bike but I am confused between Jawa 42 and Dominar 400(2019). I liked the Jawa because of its light weight, low seat height, easy manageability, mileage and peppy engine but hated the waiting period and all accessories to be paid. About Dominar I loved its power, led the headlights and modern technique like upside down fork, 3spark plug, DOHC etc, but I hated its poor mileage and heavy weight which makes it cumbersome in traffic as its not at all nibble. So kindly suggest me which I should go for. For reference my height is 5.5ft and age is 37years but still single, mostly ride solo, the place I live is hilly terrain.
    Sujit
    Sujit | 2 years ago

    Why don't you try the FZ 25, NS200, MT15. all these are comfortable to ride in the city , with great mileage and equally power full to the jawa . The FZ 25 is a oil cooled and 5 speed gearbox. the rest 2 are liquid cooled, with 6 speed gearbox. try these if it fits your requirements

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  • Q. Is it compulsory to use octane 91 fuel in Bajaj Dominar 400? Most of the petrol stations have only lower octane. Will it cause any problem in the engine if i use lower octane fuel /normal fuel?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 9 months ago

    No, it is not mandatory to use high octane fuel in the Bajaj Dominar 400. Using the regular petrol with lower octane value will not have any adverse effects on the engine.

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    • I own a bajaj dominar 400 ug bs iv green & black colour which i purchased in june 2019 from naamdhari bajaj showroom in telibagh lucknow, And till now it has done 25, 000 + kms.So far it has been a very happy and satisfying ownership experience & i expect the same experience from my motorcycle in the years to come as well.I ride this motorcycle daily and am a very satisfied and proud owner of it.I'm getting between 25 - 28 kms/ltr of fuel economy from my motorcycle which is acceptable considering that it is quite a heavy motorcycle and a powerful one as well.373.2 cc & 40 bhp are good power figures for such a motorcycle.It is the most value for money motorcycle available in india and it offers a lot of features as well.Just a few things i would like to mention here that could have made it even better.1 it should have had a bigger 17 - 18 ltrs capacity fuel tank, 13 ltrs fuel tank is just not enough for this motorcycle if long distance high speed touring is on your mind which this motorcycle is very well capable of doing, 2 it should have been 20 - 25 kgs lighter in weight, 3 front disc brake should have offered slightly more stronger initial bite, 4 a main centre stand is missed and it should have been there in this motorcycle.Nonetheless.I am enjoying every moment riding this motorcycle from day one, Love the way it picks up speed in any of the 6 gears, Love the high speed handling and behaviour of this motorcycle at triple digit speeds, The motorcycle only starts wobbling above the speed of 150 km/hr which is an issue that i have faced and many other dominar owners must have also faced the same issue, Till 150 km/hr it is goodlove the feeling that i get while riding it.It always brings a smile on my face 😊love the looks of it 💚got the chain sprocket set changed last month at 24, 000 kms.Stock mrf tyres on this motorcycle are actually very good if not great, I may be trying some other brand tyres once these tyres wear off.I feel they can do another 10, 000 - 12, 000 kms or so.Next set of tyres can be apollo alpha h 1 or metzelers or michelinslet's see.I'm not sure of it rite now.

    • my hunt for a new bike started two weeks ago. i wanted a bike that was reasonably priced and fun to ride , mileage was not an issue for me as I am not a daily commuter(this is what i thought initially but now i cant resist it taking daily to office)test rides taken before buying dominar 20191. apache rtr 200 4v smooth engine, no vibrations, right balance of performance and comfort2 honda cbr250- lacked modern features, a little pricey3. RE classic 350- showroom experience was best among all the bike brands in India, thumping engine/exhaust , great bike but i was hungry for more power4. yamaha FZ25 - decent bike, smooth engine,nothing to complaint about as such5. wanted to test ride gixxer 250 but was not available at the nearest showroom.6. i ruled out duke 390 as iam not a pro rider and i would have not done justice considering the potential of the bike(but my next bike would definitely be a KTM )6. finally went to bajaj dealership the moment i started the dominar ignition i felt that i have woken up a beast the exhaust note was so good to ears at that very moment my hunt ended and i bought the bike2week/300km review.-i kept the bike under 2.5k-3k rpm and i got 35 kmpl( no heavy traffic during my office commute)- power delivery is linear - bassy exhaust note- bearable vibrations in handle bar,tank and foot pegs- headlamps are the best- secondary display is useless( though bajaj has rolled out ECU update to position gear indicator on primary console.)will update review after 1st serviceupdate: after first service bike feels a bit smoother than before. mileage 25- 32kmpl

    • Every bike is good, however it is just a match of your requirements against the machine. so my requirements were1. Powerful engine: at 40ps power revving to 8,500 rpm, you will never feel the power is less2. Comfortable riding position: I had plan to use bike for long drives and occasional commute and for this purpose I would surely need a good riding position. Am 6 feet tall and this bike surely is very comfortable and you sit fairly upright with a good riding posture3. Safety and comfort: Dual channel ABS, biggest disc pads in segment, Slipper clutch, USD, Monoshocks, Refined BS6 engine you will feel you are driving a very safe and well planted bike, it did not seem to swerve or you will never hesitate to rev it higher and brake instantly. the bike will just be so composed to bring you to a standstill with no effort at all.4. Latest tech: although the speedo is not comprehensive as KTM. it certainly is not vintage which brings smile to my face. Also the all LED headlamps are a beast, it illuminates even a vanta black road to daylight.5. Service cost: Owned a pulsar all my life.am aware Bajaj costs will be considerably less or moderate when compared to other manufacturers. Also the service interval being 5k Kms, Dominor does deliver for long haul and with few lesser worriesSo if your checklist of bike purchase matches mine do not hesitate to buy this Phenomenally well-made sport tourer by Bajaj!!

    • First thing first: "The best value for money bike in this segment"Pros: - Good mid and top end power- Good seating position- Fare milage for a 373 cc bike- Awesome light throw by the headlights- Gives confidence while overtaking- The sound of the engine is Damm sweet, just love that bassy roar when I twist the throttle- One great feature that I saw in this bike is that, u can"t start the ride without disengaging the side stand, bike engine will go off if the side stand is engaged. So the accidents that could happen because of the negligent engagement of side stand is nullified here.- Breaking is Damm great, thanks to the dual channel absCons:- Weight: Bike is quite heavy, you won"t feel it once u picks up speed, it feels mostly when u try to pull the bike backwards or while parking.- Cornering: The bike has below average cornering capacity, again weight could have been a factor here.- Handle turn extend: The turning radius of the bike is quiet high, so it"s often difficult to turn the bike in a narrow street, and the weight of the bike makes it even more difficult.- Vibration: Even though the vibrations have said to be reduced compared to the previous model, still I can feel the vibrations on the handleOn an over all aspect, If u are looking for a bike which can do city commutes and highway cruising, and cruise at tripple digit speeds, go for it,Dominar is a beast

    • The brakes of the dominar 400 ug can get better by just few changes master cylynder update sinterd brakes pads these are only applied for front brakes the rear brake is too sensitive when i press the brake in my d400 ug it hits back due to the abs kicks in because its too sensitive i would recomand to bajaj to upgrade to 9m bosch abs program to solve this problem which is used in ktm machine and i would suggest bajaj that not to go with mrf revz c1 rather to go with applo h1 alpha because its made up of better tyre compund and it is made up of two comound hard in the middle with made up of hard rubber wich give more mileage and less wear and tear and in the sides they have used soft compound which more cofidence and in the corrners andits handles the bike better and it is made in india bajaj shoud go i theeth in the back which wii give it final drive of 15/44 ans i dominar shoud lose some kgs in the dry weight because the its power to weight ratio wil increase and espicaly silencer shoud lose few kgs because of that bike could not balance properly and it always tend to go ti the right side and beacuse of that i hand is always carring more weight and preassure to balance the bike and its a tyring thingthing in long rides and except this bike is best in class bajaj has done a great job rhats why its called the the most loved indian

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