Within 7 Months Dominar 250 Gets Another Update; Spotted in Black Alloys

Updated Dominar 250 has been snapped at a dealership in Raipur wearing black alloys instead of silver color of the dualtone shade..

Few days back we reported that the Pulsar NS160 – the naked offering from Bajaj has been spotted at a dealership sporting updated Black alloys for the new year. Following suit, another of Bajaj’s offering has been snapped with a similar change – the Dominar 250. 

Bajaj introduced the 2022 Dominar 250 in dual tone colors wearing silver alloys in August 2021. Seems like the new funkier color theme may not be working for the brand. To tone it down Bajaj may have decided to offer the quarter liter offering with black alloys, as these pics – that have been snapped at a dealership in Raipur, suggest.

A Youtube video shows the Dominar 250 in Racing Red + Matte Silver color scheme with the motorcycle wearing black alloy wheels instead of silver. 

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Other than the addition of Black alloys, the rest of the Dominar 250 appears to be unchanged. 

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Bajaj Dominar 250 Highlights and Features

  • The Dominar 250 shares a lot of mechanical parts and the engine from its KTM cousins. 
  • The bike is offered in three colours – Sparkling Black + Matt Silver, Racing Red + Matt Silver, Citrus Rush + Matt Silver. 
  • The bike is powered by a 248.77 cc, single-cylinder, DOHC, liquid-cooled, twin-spark engine. 
  • The engine produces 27 PS of power @ 8500 RPM and 23.5 Nm of torque @ 6500 RPM. 
  • The power is put to the ground through a 6-speed transmission equipped with a wet, multi-plate system assisted with Assist & Slipper clutch.
  • The chassis is made up of a Beam type perimeter frame combined with 37 mm telescopic shocks in the front and nitrox charged adjustable monoshock at the rear. 
  • The braking is handled by a 300 mm single disc at the front and 230 mm single disc at the rear assisted by ABS as standard. 
  • Wheelbase – 1453 mm
  • Ground Clearance – 157 mm
  • Kerb weight – 180 kg
  • Seat height – 800 mm
  • Fuel capacity – 13 L

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The company have not officially updated their product page on their official website with the updated colour scheme. But, since the bikes are already reaching the dealerships means that the launch may just be around the corner.

 
Source – YouTube

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