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Thanks to the new accessories, the Dominar 400 looks more touring-friendly than ever


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Bajaj recently launched a new accessorised version of the 2021 Dominar 400 at Rs 2.17 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). We managed to take a few snaps of it, and here’s how the bike looks:

For 2021, Bajaj hasn’t fiddled with the basics. So, the overall design remains unchanged, with the motorcycle sporting the same muscular tank, diamond-cut alloys, headlight, and tail light. 


What Bajaj has done, though, is that it has made the Dominar 400 more favourable for touring. To that end, you get a tall visor with body-coloured accents aimed at reducing windblast at triple-digit speeds.


Next up are the body-coloured handguards -- bigger and sleeker than the usual ones we see on ADVs -- adding a pinch of swagger to the package. These are purely cosmetic and will not be purposeful in the event of a crash.


Bajaj has thrown in a new leg guard as well, apart from the engine guard.

In addition, there’s a metal engine bash plate with an aluminium insert. Not only does it help protect important engine parts, but adds more muscle to the Dominar’s character.


To help you carry luggage with ease, the 2021 Dominar 400 also packs a new saddle stay and mounting plate at the rear. The mounting plate comes with a small, padded backrest for extra pillion comfort.


For all the tourers who want to stay connected on the go, Bajaj has provided a USB charger -- to charge your GoPros and navigation devices -- tucked under the digital LCD instrument cluster (carried forward from the previous model). And if you want to mount your phone, there’s also a navigation stay behind the visor for that. 


These aside, everything remains as is. The Dominar 400 continues to be powered by a 373cc single-cylinder engine putting out 40PS and 35Nm. The bike is sprung on a 43mm USD fork and a monoshock.


The 2021 Dominar 400 retails at Rs 2,16,648, around Rs 4,500 more than the outgoing model. We think this is quite a good deal, considering all these goodies would cost more or less the same even if you were to choose the aftermarket ones.

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