BONKERS: Massive Price Hike of 10,000 on Dominar Again!

Dominar 400 latest price hike makes it costlier by over 1/4th of its original debut price and this is its highest price increase yet!

Bajaj has gone crazy with its Dominar 400! There is literally no other way to describe it! Despite multiple pushes, the older version did not move as many units as the company had anticipated. As a result, it launched a new, comprehensively updated model back in April this year. Within a few days there was a (minor) price hike. Two months later, there was another price rise, this time major. And barely two months after that, Dominar has seen its highest price escalation ever!

Dominar 400 Latest Price Hike

Yes, Bajaj has raised Dominar 400 prices by whopping Rs 10,000 at one go. The motorcycle now costs Rs 1,90,002 ex-showroom pan India. This is a massive increment of Rs 16,132 or over 9 percent in a matter of five odd months (of the launch of the 2019 version)!

If that is not all, this price increment equates to Rs 40,000 since the original debut of the motorcycle and is higher than 1/4th (about 27 percent) of the original cost (of the ABS model)!

Bajaj has not informed us of any change in the specs and as we believe it is still the BS IV model on sale. Which means that you can be ready for another round(s) of price revision in the coming months, when it gets Bharat Stage VI compliant.

Dominar 400 latest price
The new version comes with upside down front forks, higher power and few other premium features

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As we reported in July, Dominar’s sales had started picking up and after 17 months, it managed to cross that barrier of 2000 units in June 2019 when it also outsold RE Himalayan. As we believe, Bajaj has understood that 1000-2000 units is the ballpark Dominar will continue to be stable at and hence, it has ditched the ploy of keeping price as its USP.

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