The Bajaj Dominar 400 is the next step for the company: the Dominar series of motorcycles will sit above the Pulsar range, and not just in displacement. The starting point is this, the Dominar 400. It sports a host of features – a 373cc fuel injected engine with three spark plugs, liquid cooling, a twin spar frame, a rear disc brake and ABS. Its standout feature is the LED headlamp, which offers possibly the best illumination among Indian motorcycles at the time of its launch. The all-digital instrument cluster is a ‘reverse LCD’ type, and offers a lot of information including twin trip meters, a clock and a shift light. The fact that it shares components with other models in its lineup as well its sister company KTM’s models has helped Bajaj achieve the pricing it has. Fit and finish, however, are a cut above the price bracket, and the Royal Enfield Classic 350, while catering to a slightly different target audience, should be just a bit worried about the impact the Dominar can have on the price bracket.