Bajaj Dominar 250 Now Gets New Alloy Wheels
To stay relevant in its segment, Bajaj has updated the Dominar 250. As part of an update, the Dominar 250 now has black colour alloy wheels. Silver alloy wheels were previously available on the Dominar 250. The Bajaj Dominar 250 was created for customers who wanted a tourer motorcycle but couldn’t afford the Dominar 400’s higher and more powerful sibling.
The Dominar 250 is powered by a KTM 250 Duke-derived 248.77cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine. This enables the Dominar 250 to generate 26.6bhp and 23.5Nm of peak torque. The bike is equipped with 17-inch alloy wheels, 37mm upside-down forks, and pre-load adjustable mono-shock suspensions. The bike comes standard with disc brakes on both ends and dual-channel ABS. The Dominar 250’s total weight is 180 kg, including a 13-litre fuel tank, making it slightly heavier than its competitors.
The Dominar 250 is equipped with a fully digital instrument cluster that displays all important information such as the odometer, speedometer, and tachometer. As previously mentioned, the motorcycle features LED headlamps, LED tail lights, twin-barrel exhaust, and dual-channel ABS. The bike can accelerate from zero to 100 kilometres per hour in 10.5 seconds, with a top speed of 132 kilometres per hour.
Bajaj has placed a strong emphasis on the aerodynamics of the new Pulsars, as evidenced by the flowing design philosophy. The Pulsar F250 is a semi-faired roadster that looks cleaner than the oh-so-busy RS2200, while the N250 is a compact roadster. LED projector headlamps are standard on both motorcycles, with the F250 getting flanking reverse-boomerang LED DRLs. Techno Grey and Racing Red are the two colour options for the Pulsar 250 twins.
A Bajaj Dominar 250 oil-cooled, single-cylinder, fuel-injected engine powers the Pulsar 250 twins. This engine is paired with a 5-speed constant mesh gearbox that features slip and assists. Moving on to the juicy (but not so juicy) details, it produces 24.5 PS and 21.5 Nm of torque.
Bajaj has introduced a new Infinity Display with almost no bezels that display information such as a gear position indicator, distance to empty, clock, fuel efficiency, and standard readouts. The USB mobile charger is neatly placed near the tank flap on the Pulsar 250 twins.