The Bajaj Dominar 250 is the Sports Tourer. The design for the full-on sporting experience with touring excitement the vehicle dynamics are exciting with sporty looks and power pack performance. The Bajaj Dominar 250 is powered by a 248.77cc powerful engine that provides speed and super performance. Let’s take a look at its specifications.
Bajaj Dominar 250 is a Sports Tourer bike available in India. It is available in only one variant and three colours. The Bajaj Dominar 250 gets the power from a 248.77cc BS6 engine. With both front and rear disc brakes, Bajaj Dominar 250 comes up with an anti-locking braking system. This Dominar 250 bike weighs 180 kg and has a fuel tank capacity of 13liters.
The new Dominar 250 looks similar to Dominar 400. The muscular styling is complemented by premium hardware such as full-LED lighting, split-style digital display, split seats, twin-barrel exhaust, stylish mirror stalks, upside-down telescopic front forks, and rear mono-shock, disc brakes on both wheels, and a dual-channel ABS.
The motorcycle pitches as a tourer, enhancing its touring character are the bungee straps that are tucked under the seat. The straps provide mounting points to mount a tail bag on the motorcycle. Important ride-related information is displayed on the primary display. The rest of the data is available on the secondary display on the fuel tank.
Mechanical specifications on the Dominar 250 include a 248.77cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, DOHC, and four-valve engine. However, unlike the 250 Duke, Dominar 250 features twin-spark technology. The motor is tuned to produce 26.6bhp at 8,500rpm and 23.5Nm at 6,500rpm. The six-speed gearbox features a slipper clutch system. The 0-100kmph acceleration takes 10.5 seconds, and the top speed is 132kmph.
The new Bajaj Dominar will compete against quarter-litre products such as the Yamaha FZ25 and the Suzuki Gixxer 250. It is available in three colours, Racing Red, Citrus Rush and Sparkling Black.
Bajaj bikes came into existence in India way back in 1945 by introducing Chetak scooters. By 1986 they made a paradigm shift by having it’s focus completely on motorcycles and discontinued scooter manufacturing. From there Bajaj was always on course to seal a spot in the top motorcycle manufacturers. On the way, Bajaj made tie-up with Kawasaki in 1984 and KTM in 2007 in which former severed tie up in April 2017. As a result of years of R & D and technology assistance from KTM and Kawasaki, their models are now finding a place among the top and also within motorcycle aficionados.