MotorUse brings you everything you need to know about Bajaj Dominar 400.Bajaj truly hauled a rabbit out of the cap when it exhibited the Pulsar VS400 (Cruiser Sport) at the 2014 Auto Expo in Delhi. While everybody was definitely sitting tight for the Pulsar SS400 the cruiser offering from Bajaj got the most number of eye balls. As indicated by Bajaj authorities the new Pulsar VS 400 is a recreation bike which is a pattern that is gradually expanding in the nation. Not each biker needs a bike to drive from office work, what this new sort of recreation motorcyclist’s yearning is a cruiser with great looks, suitably effective engine so he can appreciate a ride on ends of the week to unwind. As of recently, it was Royal Enfield with its scope of items that were the main choice for these buyers and Bajaj needs to take advantage of this market with the Pulsar VS400. The up and coming offering from the Chakan based bike maker is a power cruiser which is a mixture of streetbike and cruiser.
Regarding styling, the VS400 has the Pulsar DNA in its styling with its animal and streetfighter position. The headlamp resembles a more etched and more keen variant of the one found on the Pulsar 200NS while the bulky and raked out forks give the bicycle a rebel demeanor. The etched fuel tank with enormous augmentations shouts out muscle while the stout tires and edge cut compounds improve the interest. The coasting tail area shouts Ducati Diavel which isn’t an awful thing as the Ducati bicycle is among the most attractive power cruisers in the market. Driving the Bajaj VS400 will be a 375cc engine removal engine in view of the KTM 390 Duke motor. The fluid cooled, single-barrel engine will utilize triple start and DTS-i innovation to give it the Bajaj interface. Power yield makes sense of weren’t given however we feel it ought to be around 40PS and around 32Nm of torque. The powerplant will be mated to a 6-speed transmission that will be adapted to better suit the power cruiser elements.
Expect energetic quickening and a top whack around 150kmph which should make it the speediest mass market cruiser offering in India. The riding position will be upright and alright with a level and wide handle bar alongwith focus set footpegs. This should empower the rider in covering long separations without much exhaustion. The Bajaj Pulsar VS400 utilizes topsy turvy forks at front and a Nitrox monoshock unit obtained from the Pulsar 200NS. Braking is finished by plate brake at front and back while ABS will be standard. Discussing mileage, it ought to be around 30kmpl which is good given the execution. Bajaj is known for their forceful evaluating so anticipate that the Pulsar VS400 will be valued around Rs 1.5 lakh which should make Royal Enfield somewhat stressed. The VS400 will make a big appearance with the initial 375cc Bajaj powerplant and expected dispatch is by March 2016.