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Dominar’s Non-ABS Variant Not Discontinued, Clarifies Bajaj

When it comes to sales contribution, the Bajaj Dominar non-ABS version accounts for 20%.

  • Vikas Yogi
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Glacier Blue 2018 Bajaj Dominar 400

Recent reports on the internet suggest that Bajaj Dominar non-ABS variant was dropped from the lineup in the market. However, the company now clarified the status on it and have said that the Dominar 400 non-ABS variant is still on sale in Matt Black colour option. When it comes to sales contribution, the Bajaj Dominar non-ABS version accounts for 20%.

The official statement reads, “There have been some reports in the media about the discontinuation of Dominar 400 non ABS variant. Bajaj Auto would like to clarify that the Dominar 400 Non ABS variant is available and is supplied in Matt Black colour. The ABS variant of Dominar 400 is available in Matt Black, Canyon Red and Glacier Blue colour options. Dominar400 has created a strong following for itself in the last one year and is increasingly becoming the preferred choice for city riders and long-distance tourers not just in India but in the export markets as well.” Read – 2018 Bajaj Avenger 180 Price & Details

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Bajaj’s flagship product Dominar is surely one of the most competent and powerful made-in-India motorcycles in India. The bike shares its powertrain with the KTM Duke 390 –i.e. 373cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled fuel injected unit. It’s basically a re-tuned version of the Duke 390’s engine, and it delivers a maximum output of 34.5bhp and a maximum torque of 35Nm. Though the motorcycle is a pretty heavy at 182kgs, its twin spar perimeter frame along with contoured stamped metal swing arm offer it agility and stability. Read – Bajaj Pulsar NS 200 Adventure Edition Unveiled

Besides a powerful engine and the motorcycle’s agile character, Bajaj Dominar also gets some interesting features such as mosaic-shaped full LED headlamp along with twin projectors, largest-in-its-class 320mm front disc brake, all LED instrument cluster, best-in-class 43mm telescopic front forks with dual spring monoshocks and slipper clutch make the Dominar one of the most loaded motorcycles in its category.

The Bajaj Dominar 400 Non –ABS and ABS variants cost Rs 1.44 lakh and Rs 1.56 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). While the former is available only in Matte Black shade, the latter one can be bought in three colour options – Canyon Red, Glacier Blue and Rock Matte Black. That’s it on the 2018 Dominar, do let us know in the comment section if you have any query. Read: TVS Apache RR 310 Vs Bajaj Dominar 400 – Which Is A Better Pick?

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