Dominar 400 latest price increment of ₹3K has made the motorcycle significantly costly when compared to its debut price. We list the total increase…
In another round of price hike, Bajaj has increased the retail cost of its flagship model – Dominar 400, yet again! The motorcycle which started its journey at a shocking price tag of Rs 1.36 lakh for the base variant (and Rs 1.50 Lakh for the ABS trim), has now gone precariously close to that Rs 2 lakh mark – all within a matter of 3.5 years.
Dominar 400 debuted back in December 2016 as a sports cruiser. Bajaj offered a more feature rich model in 2019 and it was updated to Bharat Stage 6 emission norms very recently. What started as a value for money offering is now presented across as a ‘premium’ motorcycle in the lineup.
Dominar 400 Latest Price
|Dominar 400||Rs 1,94,751|
After the BS6-related minor hike of Rs 1749 just last month, Bajaj has increased the price of Dominar 400 yet again – this time by Rs 3000 which takes the effective BS6-hike to almost 2.5 percent. That may sound reasonable but what may not is its overall price increment over its small lifespan.
On the entry price, Dominar has become costlier by almost Rs 60,000 which is an increment of roughly 43 percent on the original price. If we talk only about the ABS variant, Dominar 400 has gone dearer by about Rs 45,000 which is a very significant increment of 30 percent! Add the controversial 5-year mandatory insurance and you end up paying a lot of extra money to get one home now!
Bajaj has introduced the smaller Dominar 250 recently to offer it as a cheaper alternate and interestingly, its prices have remained unchanged (it costs Rs 1.60 Lakh) when all other motorcycles have become costlier in the portfolio.