- To be available in two colours – Red and Black
- Will feature full-LED lighting and split-style instrument cluster
- Scheduled to be launched in this month
Bajaj Auto is set to launch a lower displacement version of its flagship motorcycle, the Dominar this month. While we await more details about the launch and availability, the quarter-litre motorcycle has been fully revealed through spy images.
The new photographs show the Dominar 250 in two colours – Red and Black. The 400cc model, for reference, is available in Aurora Green and Vine Black. The 250cc model looks near identical to the Dominar 400. Similar to the flagship motorcycle, the Dominar 250 features full LED lighting, split-style instrument cluster, split-seat, two-piece pillion grab-rail and a twin-pod exhaust canister.
While the styling is identical to the 400cc model motorcycle, the budget-variant of the Bajaj Dominar uses a box-type swingarm. Moreover, the alloy wheels get a full-black finish, and they miss out on the silver highlights that are seen on the Dominar 400.
The suspension setup on the motorcycle comprises of upside-down telescopic front forks and a preload-adjustable rear mono-shock. Anchoring power comes from disc brakes on both wheels while the safety net should comprise of dual-channel ABS. Mechanical specifications will include a 250cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that will be based on KTM’s quarter-litre motor that currently powers the 250 Duke and the Husqvarna 250 models. The engine should come linked to a six-speed gearbox.
We expect the new Bajaj Dominar 250 to arrive in the Rs 1.50 lakh to Rs 1.70 lakh price range.