To conclude in this aspect, the Mojo does score a few marks for its distinctive features such as golden ribs running below the fuel tank, dual headlamp setup and dual exhausts, which somewhat give it a big bike appeal, but then the overall design of this flagship Mahindra is a bit quirky. Both these motorcycles come with split pillion grab rails, backlit switchgear and disc brakes at both the ends. Besides the SS400 the other concept which was showcased at the 2014 Auto show was called the CS400. The Mojo, despite being the first ever big bike from Mahindra, has shocked everyone with its premium fit and finish, refined and powerful engine and premium suspension, brakes and tyres, which has made the motorcycle very much desirable. However, Mahindra succeeded on the expectations and cleared the ambiguity surrounding the development and prowess of this engine, as the powertrain has got a solid punch and built-to-last feel. Dominar 400 is a power cruiser and has been available in the market for quite some time. Update 15.12.2016:- Bajaj has released a new official teaser video of the Dominar 400. Even the fully digital instrument console of the Dominar 400 looks more comprehensive and stylish over the slightly dated looking part digital meters of the Mojo. The Bajaj Dominar 400 gets disc brakes at both wheels. This makes the Mojo a better tourer out of the two, as it comes with a better set of chassis components and larger tank range, though the optional ABS on the Dominar 400 is hard to ignore. Speaking of the premium sportbike makers, India’s most serious player in this particular segment, Bajaj Auto, had something cooking in its R&D centre. The engine is paired to a 6 speed gearbox. Having more or less the same character in its engine as the Mojo, the Bajaj Dominar comes fitted with a four-stroke, single cylinder, triple spark, liquid cooled, fuel injected, 373.3cc engine, which we have already seen on bikes such as Duke 390 and RC 390. On the other hand, the Dominar 400 looks more properly finished and designed over the Mojo, with some very premium design elements up its sleeve, making it a better and more modern looking product out of the two. This translates into faster acceleration and top speed figures on the Dominar 400, while at the same time, there is not much to differentiate between the engines on both these motorcycles in terms of refinement. Till now, we have seen the Dominar 400 dominating over the Mojo in the aspects of design and performance, but when it comes to mechanicals under the skin, the story becomes a bit more complicated. The front wheels gets massive 320 mm disc brakes towards the front while the rear gets 230 mm discs. It all started way back in 2012, when Mahindra previewed the Mojo concept for the first time in a raw form, something which still needed a finalised finishing to be launched in a full-fledged manner. Please note that the KTM 390 Duke gets ultra sticky Metzelers. It also shows tell tale signs for air filter replacement and other such things. Designers of the Dominar 400 seem to have looked at the Ducati Diavel for inspiration. With the addition of the new Matte Black colour, the Dominar 400 is now available in 4 colors – Matte Black, Moon White, Midnight Blue, and Twilight Plum. This engine of Dominar 400 develops a power of 40 ps and a torque of 35 nm . Top Speed: Bajaj Dominar 400 top speed is 165 kmph (speedo-indicated). Powering the Bajaj Dominar 400 is a re-tuned version of the Duke’s 373.3cc engine. The Bajaj Dominar 400 launch has just taken place. The headlamp cluster gets an all LED unit which consists of several individual LED pieces, this motorcycle also gets the AHO (all time headlamp on) feature as well which will be made mandatory on every motorcycle from 2017 onward. It might have taken a long time, but then, the segment of naked sports tourers has finally begun to burgeon in India. Its price starts from ₹1,97,438 (ex-showroom). With a positively shocking starting price, the Dominar is all set to join the Mojo to expand the naked sports tourer segment. Update 15.12.2016:- Bajaj Auto has launched the Dominar 400 in India with starting prices of INR. It completely retains the basic original design of the Pulsar CS 400 with most of its features, and that means, we do are getting some first-in-class feature in the motorcycle, such as full LED headlamp setup with auto headlamp on feature and split instrument console design with one on the headlamp and the other part of the fuel tank. There is also a Non ABS Variant available as well which has been priced slightly lower than the ABS equipped variant. The concept bike, which was a mixed bag of design cues, looked like a blend of so many confused ideas. The Dominar 400 is likely to come with MRF RevZ C1 tires.

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