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Bajaj Dominar 400 deliveries commences in 22 Indian cities

The Bajaj Dominar 400 was launched in the Indian market a few days back after all the speculation and wait. The bike was launched at a price tag of Rs 1.36 lakh, which can be considered to be a fairly aggressive price considering it a slightly bigger displacement bike that can also be bought with ABS and slipper clutch technology. Now, the deliveries of the same have already begun in select Indian cities. Scroll on to know the price in your city.


City Bajaj Dominar 400 Non ABS Bajaj Dominar 400 ABS
Ahmedabad 1.38 1.52
Bengaluru 1.37 1.51
Chennai 1.38 1.52
Coimbatore 1.38 1.52
Delhi 1.36 1.5
Faridabad 1.36 1.51
Ghaziabad 1.38 1.53
Gurgaon 1.36 1.51
Howrah 1.42 1.57
Hyderabad 1.38 1.52
Kochi 1.39 1.53
Kolkata 1.42 1.57
Kollam 1.39 1.53
Kozhikode 1.39 1.53
Lucknow 1.38 1.53
Mumbai 1.37 1.51
Noida 1.38 1.53
Perinthalmanna 1.39 1.53
Pune 1.37 1.53
Surat 1.38 1.52
Thiruvananthapuram 1.39 1.53
Thrissur 1.39 1.53

* All prices above are ex-showroom prices in INR lakh.


Engine details:

The bike packs a 373cc, 4-valve, single cylinder, liquid cooled engine that is good enough to churn out 35bhp of maximum power and 35Nm of peak torque. The engine has been made taking inspiration from the one seen on the KTM 390 Duke. The top speed as tested is well above 165 km/hr.


Bajaj to launch the 2017 Pulsar 200 NS in January

The Pune based automaker, Bajaj Auto pulled the plugs on its highly famous Pulsar NS200 sometime back but now the reports suggest that the bike is about to make a comeback and this time it will come along with quite a few upgrades like the BS-IV compliant engine, ABS, new color paint scheme but fuel injection will still be missing on the new bike. The bike is expected to make a comeback in the late January 2017.


As per the official reports, there will be no change in the performance figures of the bike and expect the same power and torque output from the new 2017 Pulsar 200 NS. It will run on the same 199.5cc 4-stroke, SOHC 4-valve, liquid cooled, single cylinder engine that churns out 23.17 bhp at 9500 rpm with maximum torque of 18.3 nm at 8000 rpm.

The bike will also carry the same design and appearance, just the paint scheme and stickers will be fresh. The 2017 Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS price, when launched, is expected to be around Rs 1 lakh. The bike will compete with the TVS’s latest 200cc Apache, the Apache RTR 200 4V. More information on the bike will be out soon. Stay tuned for more similar updates from the auto world.

Video: Bajaj Dominar 400 top speed tested, crosses 167+

The Bajaj Dominar 400 has been the most anticipated bike launch of this year and if it was not just the bike that was enough to pull you off the grounds, the price it was launched at surely crossed the expectations by a mile. The company claimed that the bike’s engine has been tuned to deliver astonishing torque that suit’s a cruiser’s character and now that the bike has been already launched, it looks like someone has already got his hands on one of the units of the Dominar 400.


The video below shows the first ever reported top speed test on the Bajaj Dominar 400 and it clearly shows the bike passing 167km/hr even when the throttle is not fully pinned down and the bike is running at 9,000rpm. We have attached the same video below for you to dig out the information yourself. Stay tuned as we bring you more updates.

The Bajaj Dominar 400 price in Delhi starts at Rs 1.36 lakh (ex-showroom).

Bajaj Dominar 400 launched, price starts from Rs 1.36 lakh

Bajaj Auto has today launched the all new Dominar 400 at an unbelievable price tag of Rs. 1.36 lakh (Ex-showroom, Delhi) for non-ABS variant. And what that means it that the bike is only a few thousand Rupees costlier than the Pulsar RS 200 ABS whose price stands at Rs 1.30 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).  The ABS version of the Dominar 400 costs around Rs 1.50 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).


Speaking at the launch, Eric Vas, President, Motorcycle Business, Bajaj Auto said, “We believe that a high-quality product with the latest technology and offering high performance should be accessible, unlike what many think that high quality and premiumness is also expensive. So we’ve priced it at Rs 1.36 lakh to make it accessible to a wide range of customers.”


The bike as expected derives its power from the 373.2cc DTS-i single cylinder, liquid cooled, 4-valve engine. This powertrain pulls out 34.5bhp at 8000rpm and 35Nm of torque at 8500rpm. The engine comes paired with a 6-speed transmission gearbox. The bike is capable of crossing 0-100km/hr in just 8.70 seconds. The company claims an overall fuel efficiency of around 30km/lt to 35km/lt and once brimmed up the bike can cover a maximum distance of around 370kms. It comes loaded with 43 mm telescopic front forks and an adjustable monoshock suspension at the back. The braking duties are taken care by 320 mm front and 230 mm rear disc brakes. Interestingly, it also comes equipped with slipper clutch technology as a safety feature.

The bookings are on and same can be booked at a token amount of Rs 7,000 at Bajaj dealerships. Stay tuned for more news.


Bajaj to launch Dominar 400 tomorrow, detailed spy shots arrives ahead of the launch

Bajaj Auto will be launching the most awaited bike of the year, the Dominar 400 in the Indian market tomorrow. The bike will be Bajaj’s flagship bike having the biggest engine in the company’s entire bike line up. Quite a lot of new detailed spy shots of the bike has arrived ahead of the launch tomorrow. Some of the picture clearly shows the tank mounted display, first ever LCD display on a Pulsar and many new knick-knacks.


Talking about the Bajaj Dominar 400 price, the bike is expected to be launched at a sticker price of Rs 1.6 lakh which will make it the most costly Bajaj motorcycle ever produced till date. The bike will as seen in the picture will also be launched in chalk white colour apart from the black.

Inside, the bike will have 375cc engine that has been inspired greatly from the engine seen on the KTM 390 Duke. It is expected to churn out a maximum power of around 36bhp and 26Nm of torque is expected from this single-cylinder power mill. In terms of safety features, it will have ABS as an option while slipper clutch will be sorely missed on the bike. Stay tuned as ACG brings you more updates on the Dominar 400.


Special thanks to Motoroctane.com for some of the images!

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2017 Bajaj Pulsar 220 facelift launched at Rs 91,201

The Pune-based motorcycle making company, Bajaj Auto has officially launched the most awaited Pulsar 220 facelift in India priced at Rs 91,201 (ex-showroom, Delhi). The new facelift model is Rs 2,274 costlier than the outgoing Pulsar 220. The new Pulsar 220 facelift is BS-IV compliant and is also new in terms of visuals. The bike gets a refreshed paint scheme, new heat shield sits on the exhaust and matte black finish just looks astonishing on the bike. The engine now comes finished in matte grey colour while the meter console now lights up in blue backlight.


The engine remains the same as the 220cc single-cylinder, oil-cooled engine which churns out 21bhp of power and 19Nm of torque. The engine like previously comes mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. The bike is launched in colour schemes including red/black and blue/white. The Bajaj Pulsar on-road price is Rs 1.03 lakh (Delhi). It directly competes with bikes such as Yamaha Fazer Version 2.0, Hero Karizma, TVS Apache RTR 200 4V and Suzuki Gixxer SF. Stay tuned.

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Bajaj Dominar 400 launch date confirmed for December 15

The Pune-based automaker, Bajaj Auto has officially announced the launch of its most awaited motorcycle, the Dominar 400. Also, it is now confirmed that the bike will be named as the Dominar 400 as its name was in uncertainties from quite some time. The company has published new images revealing the launch date to be 15th of this month. The bike’s silhouette as appears in the launch teaser image gives quite a striking impression.


As earlier reported by us, the bike’s production is already in the top gear and hence, Bajaj is all ready to cope up with the demands on the new Dominar 400. When launched the bike is expected to be priced somewhere in the range of Rs 1.6 lakh to Rs 1.8 lakh. Since the bike will be among the cheapest 400cc motorcycles present in the market it will compete fiercely against the already established competitors such a KTM 390 Duke, Benelli TNT 300 and Mahindra Mojo. Stay tuned for more updates on the same.

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Bajaj Dominar 400 production begins

One of the most awaited motorcycles of this year in India is the Bajaj Dominar 400 earlier known as the Kratos 400. As per images posted on the Bajaj’s official page, the company has already commenced production of the bike and the first batch has already rolled out yesterday. The bike rolled off the line was seen produced by an-all-women assembly crew. Since the production has begun on the top gear, it will be making it to the market by the mid of December this year.


The bike will be powered from Bajaj’s 373cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine with Bajaj’s famous triple-spark plug technology. The official specification figures are still not out and as per speculations, the bike will churn out near 38bhp of maximum power and 23Nm of torque at peak. The engine will come mated to a 6-speed transmission. The company is also working on to introduce a refreshed MY17 line including all the 150, 180 and 220 models.

Bajaj Dominar 400 price

The bike is expected to be priced near Rs 1.8 lakh for ABS version and Rs 1.6 lakh for non-ABS version and will compete against motorcycles like the KTM 390 Duke, Mahindra Mojo 300 and Royal Enfield Himalayan.

Video: Bajaj Dominar 400/ Kratos 400 being chased by Bajaj RS 200, highway run!

With the launch date coming close, the Bajaj Dominar 400 aka Kratos 400 aka Pulsar CS 400 has been taped once again and this time someone has managed to make a proper chase video of the same. The video showcase the bike being chased by the Bajaj Pulsar RS200, since the rider on the Dominar maintains a steady pace, he looks totally unaware that he is being filmed.


The launch date is now believed to be in the second week of December and this can possibly be the final of the runs before the bike makes its official debut. As per the earlier images, the bike is believed to be pretty similar to the one showcased at the 2014 Autoexpo, the only transformation believed to have gone through it is the front suspension units which have been replaced with telescopic units.

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Talking about the engine, it will be propelled by a 373cc liquid cooled engine churning out around 38bhp of maximum power and will be mated to a 6-speed transmission. The bike also features ABS as an option and will come with LED headlamps. When launched the bike is expected to carry a price of Rs 1.50 lakh. Stay tuned for more updates!

Meet the Pulsar 200 NS who wanted to be a Kawasaki Z1000!

The Bajaj Pulsar 200NS has been one of the most famous Pulsar ever produced. It revolutionized the Indian motorcycle market for being a brilliant value for money product and for being the fastest Pulsar yet. When launched the bike was well praised for its peppy acceleration and stunting abilities.


As reported by MotoSaigon in Vietnam, this specific NS 200 has been modded from the skin to bones to look like the Kawasaki Z1000. Also as claimed by MotoSaigon, the engine in this specific bike has been upgraded to a 350cc engine, well we aren’t sure how true is that claim.


The output figures are yet to be known on this one.

  • New LED headlamp.
  • Trident logo between the headlamp and restyled wind deflecting visor.
  • Fatter rear tyre which is now 180 section, the standard one gets 130 mm.
  • Austin Racing aftermarket exhaust.
  • Brembo brake callipers.
  • Honda Grom sourced instrumentation.
  • Clip-ons replaced for a handlebar.
  • New front brake and clutch levers.
  • Restyled pillion seat and tail section.
  • Altered rear suspension.

The Pune-based automaker is in talks for launching the fuel-injected version of the same soon. Stay tuned as we bring you more updates.