has introduced the 250cc iteration of the Dominar with an aim to provide a more accessible alternative over its existing 400cc sibling. We recently took the bike out for a spin to test its worth in the real world and you can read our take in the first ride review. Meanwhile, we take a look at some of the images from the review of the Bajaj Dominar 250, which are worth a second glance. While the ‘250’ suffix clearly tells about its smaller displacement than the 400, it’s hard to tell them apart in terms of visuals. The styling of both bikes is identical with the muscular body panels lending it a beefy stance. Even the dimensions, including length, width, height, wheelbase and ground clearance, are the same for both bikes. However, one of the clear differentiators in the case of our test bike was the bright red paint scheme which is exclusive to the Dominar 250.  The features of the Dominar 400 have also been retained in its smaller 250cc version. Hence, you get a full-LED headlamp along with LED turn indicators and tail lamp.  All the necessary information is displayed on a fully-digital negative display which comprises of a speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge, clock and two trip meters. It is also equipped with a secondary display on the fuel tank which integrates a few tell-tale lights. #motoholic_club_30 #bajajmotorsindia #dominar_400 #dominar250bs6 #dominarxplorer #dominer #dominer400cc #dominar400😍😎 #dominar #dominarlovers❣️ #dominerles42km #domineren #bajajmotorcyce #bajajpowerfulbikes #bike #instagood #riderbeat #bikeforlife #motorcycles #bikersofinstagram #motorbike #motor #bikegirl #bikersfam #bikersfamily #superbike #bikemanhattan #bikemaniabh #motoholic #motorizedbike