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Mechanically, Bajaj Dominar 250 Dual Tone Edition stays the same as the standard model

Bajaj Auto has launched the Dominar 250 Dual Tone Edition at a starting price of Rs 1.54 Lakhs (Ex. Showroom, Delhi) in the country. The three dual tone paint schemes are Racing Red + Matt Silver, Citrus Rush + Matt Silver and Sparkling Black + Matt Silver. Mechanically, Bajaj Dominar 250 Dual Tone Edition stays the same as the standard model. Being touted as the younger sibling of the Dominar 400 which was launched in December 2016, the Dominar 250 was first launched in March 2020. More details will be available on the Dominar 250 website soon in the coming week.


Bajaj Dominar 250 Dual Tone Edition Features & Engine

Some of the notable features of the Dominar 250 Dual Tone Edition are Full LED with Auto Headlamp On (AHO), up-side down (USD) forks, twin barrel exhaust pipes and bungee straps tucked under the seat. In addition, the bike also boasts of a redesigned secondary instrument console showing time and trip information, spacecraft-inspired tank pad decals and Twin Channel ABS. It is powered by the same 248.8cc liquid cooled DOHC FI petrol engine which delivers top power of 26.6 bhp and peak torque of 23.5 Nm. The engine comes linked to a 6-speed gearbox. Being based on a twin spar perimeter frame, it also gets a Slipper Clutch and Reverse LCD speedometer as standard.


Speaking on the occasion, Narayan Sundararaman – Head of Marketing, Bajaj Auto Limited said, “We are proud to build the Sports Touring segment in India with a motorcycle that is ‘Born To Sprint and Built To Tour’. We have recently achieved the historic milestone of 1,00,000 Dominars touring across the world, which reaffirms our mission of redefining long-distance touring. We realize that biking for youngsters can be so much more than just street fun if the bike comes with the right dose of performance, sharp & purposive design, and a superior riding experience. We believe that this Dual Tone Edition will attract young, dynamic and experience-seeking enthusiasts.”


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