Is Bajaj Dominar 250 aggressive Beast?

The Bajaj Dominar 250 is a more compact and user-friendly version of Bajaj's flagship tourer. Although it shares many visual similarities with the Dominar 400, it has a few design tweaks to set it apart from its larger sibling.

The Dominar 250 and Dominar 400 share identical styling and body panels. It has dual-tone paint schemes. It has rearview mirrors and illuminated switchgear. The Dominar 250 has bungee straps beneath the pillion seat and a twin-barrel exhaust system. A box-section swingarm and single-tone alloys with colour-coded rim labels are some other obvious changes. It has narrower tyres, with front and rear tubeless tyres measuring 100 and 130 sections, respectively. 

Engine and Gearbox
It is powered by a 248.7-cc, liquid-cooled engine. The Dominar's outputs indicate a maximum power of nearly 27 bhp and a peak torque of 23 nm, which occur at 6,500 rpm. The Dominar also receives a slipper clutch in addition to the engine being coupled to a six-speed gearbox.

One of the Dominar 250's strongest points is its ride quality. It's not cruel to leave you with aching back muscles or jarring arms. The engine is torquey and smooth. Not much moves below 5,000 rpm. Beyond that, though, the Dominar 250 develops into an enthusiastic, easy-to-rev motorcycle that is enjoyable and engaging to ride.

The Bajaj Dominar 250 has an LED lighting configuration, an instrument cluster, a fuel gauge, a clock, a tachometer, and an odometer on the main display. Basic telltale lights are included on the tank console. Extra functions like a gear position indication and mileage are absent. In an effort to save expenses, the larger Dominar's dual-tone machine-finished alloy wheels have been swapped out for matte black ones.

Suspension and brakes
The Dominar 250 has a 43mm front fork, a 37mm inverted fork, and a multi-step adjustable rear monoshock. The Dominar 250 has dual-channel ABS and disc brakes with a 300mm front and 230mm rear. At 180 kg on the curb, it is the heaviest bike in the quarter-liter class.

Racing Red, Sparkling Black, and Citrus Rush are the three colour options available for the Dominar 250, which is available in just one model. The cost for each colour is the same.

  • A mostly vibe-free, tractable engine.
  • A suspension arrangement that is well-balanced easily handles bumpy roads.
  • Great brakes: they have good bite, feel, and progression.
  • A smoothly operating gearbox.
  • Below 5,500 rpm, the engine seems a little lethargic.
  • Although they aren't very grippy, bias-ply tyres function effectively.
  • Heaviest bicycle in the category.

The Bajaj Dominar 250 is priced at Rs. 1,83,757 (ex-showroom Delhi). 

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