Pune based two-wheeler maker, Bajaj Auto has discontinued the Dominar 400 non-ABS.

Pune based two-wheeler maker, Bajaj Auto launched the Dominar 400 during late 2016. Bajaj showcased this bike for the first time at the 2014 Auto Expo, Delhi. The bike grabbed many eyeballs and then there were many talks for the name of the bike. Finally, in late 2016, the company launched the Dominar 400 and back then, it was one of the most anticipated motorcycles.

The Dominar 400 till date is the company’s flagship motorcycle. It was launched in two variants the non-ABS one and other with dual-channel ABS. Nearly two years since the launch and with Indian government mandating ABS from April 2019, the company has decided to remove the Dominar 400 non-ABS variant.

Moreover, the manufacturer is expected to bring the new Dominar 400 in early 2019. The new motorcycle is expected to get a few mechanical hardware upgrades. The conventional telescopic front forks will be replaced by the USD forks, there will be a fitment of dual canister exhaust and a larger radiator of better cooling. The engine on the new Dominar 400 is also expected to get tweaked for BS VI norms.

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