BAJAJ Dominar 400 Touring vs Royal Enfield Classic 350 Classic Signals - Dual Channel ABS

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Engine

Max Power

39.42 bhp @ 8800 rpm
20.2 BHP @ 6100 rpm (14.87 kW)

Max Torque

35 Nm @ 6500 rpm
27 Nm @ 4000 rpm

Battery Type

VRLA
VRLA (Maintenance Free)

Charging Time

0
N/A

Compression Ratio

12 : 1
9.5 : 1

Cooling System

Liquid Cooled
Air/Oil Cooled

Engine Type

Single cylinder, 4 stroke, DOHC, 4 Valve, Liquid Cooled, Triple Spark, FI
Single cylinder, 4-stroke, Air-Oil cooled

Displacement

373
349

Bore

89 mm
72 mm

Peak Power

40 W
N/A W

Range

377 Km
455 Km

Stroke

60 mm
85 mm

Valve Per Cylinder

4
2
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Mileage & Performance

Speed

Top Speed

155 Km/h
114 Km/h

Tyres & Wheels

Tyre Size

Front :110/70-17 , Rear : 150/60-17
Front : 100/90 - 19 - 57P, Rear : 120/80 - 18 - 62P

Wheel Size

Front :431.8 mm , Rear :431.8 mm
Front : 19 Inch, Rear : 18 Inch

Wheels Type

Alloy
Spoke / Alloy

Tubeless Tyre

Tubeless
Tubed

Ignition

CDI
Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI)

Wheelbase

1453 mm
1390 mm

Radial Tyre

Yes
No

Front Tyre Pressure Rider

29 psi
20 psi

Front Tyre Pressure Rider And Pillion

29 psi
22 psi

Rear Tyre Pressure Rider

32 psi
30 psi
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Brakes

Rear Brake

Disc
disc, single piston floating caliper/ 153 mm drum

Abs

Dual Channel
Dual Channel

Front Brake

Disc
disc, twin piston floating caliper

Braking Type

N/A
Dual Channel ABS

Front Brake Diameter

320 mm
300 mm

Rear Brake Diameter

230 mm
270153 mm
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Fuel

Fuel Supply

Fuel Injection
Fuel Injection

Fuel Reserve

1 L
2 L

Body

Body Type

Sports Naked,Sports
N/A

Frame

Beam type perimeter frame
Twin Downtube Spine Frame

Additional Storage

N/A
No

Adjustable Windshield

Yes
N/A

Ground Clearance

157 mm
170 mm

Height

1243 mm
1090 mm

Kerb Weight

193 Kg
195 Kg

Length

2156 mm
2145 mm

Passenger Backrest

N/A
No

Seat Height

N/A mm
805 mm

Width

863 mm
785 mm
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Electrical Accessories

Usb Charging Port

No
Yes

Switches & Controls

Riding Modes

No
N/A

Starting

Electric Start
Electric Start

Meter

Fuel Gauge

Yes
Digital

Instrument Console

Digital
Semi-Digital

Odometer

Digital
Digital

Speedometer

Digital Split Console
Analogue

Tripmeter

Yes (Time, Average Speed, Fuel)
Digital

Techometer

Digital
N/A

Service Due Indicator

N/A
Yes
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Clutch & Gear

Clutch

Wet, Multiplate with Assist & Slipper Clutch
Wet, multi-plate

Gear Box

6 Speed
5 Speed

Transmission

Manual
Constant mesh

Lights

Head Light

Full LED with Auto Headlamp On (AHO)
Halogen bulb, 12V, H 4 - 60/55w

Tail Light

LED
Halogen bulb, 12V, P21/5W

Turn Signal Lamp

LED
Halogen bulb, 12V, 10W

Led Tail Light

Yes
N/A
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Battery

Battery Capacity

12 V / 8 Ah
12V, 8 Ah

Shockers

Suspension Front

Telescopic, 43 mm USD Fork, 135 mm travel
Telescopic, 41 mm forks, 130 mm travel

Suspension Rear

Multi-step adjustable Mono shock with Nitrox, Wheel stroke of 110 mm
Twin-tube emulsion shock absorbers with 6-step adjustable preload

Seat

Seat Type

Split
N/A

Stepup Seat

N/A
No

Others

Additional Features

Gear Indicator, Trip Indicator, Tall Visor, Hand Guard, Engine Bash Plate, Leg Guard, Carrier + Back Stopper, Navigation Stay, Saddle Stay
N/A

Mobile Application

N/A
No

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