Motoring World|July 2020
Does a smaller Dominar still pack a punch?
Janak Sorap

We all know the Dominar 400. It’s Bajaj’s flagship that aims at redefining what touring means, making the power-cruiser category accessible to Indian motorcyclists, a sporty option to cover long distances. However, not everyone necessarily wants or needs the biggest displacement around. A downsized Dominar makes a lot of sense, with its attendant benefits, and the Dominar 250 looks like a win-win situation for both Bajaj and riders as well.

Now we all know the Dominar 400 is a handsome-looking motorcycle. It has a beefy stance with well-proportioned lines that give it a distinctive character. Manufacturers usually omit some design aspects in smaller versions of bikes, which leaves them somewhat malnourished. But that isn’t the case with the Dominar 250 as it portrays the same personality as its big brother, which is a great thing. If one had to point out the differences, they’d just be the different badging on the tail panel, and the eyecatching new Canyon Red livery.


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July 2020