Bajaj Dominar 400 vs Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 Twin specifications comparison

If you think value-for-money performance motorcycle, then for the longest time, the KTM 390 Duke held on to that mantle. However, with Bajaj introducing the Dominar 400 in 2017, things took a turn. The Dominar 400 was the undisputed champ for that throne for a little more than a year. However, in late 2018, Royal Enfield threw its trump card, the Interceptor 650 twin. The Interceptor 650, a twin cylinder bike, retails for less than Rs 3 lakh on-road.

After the update it received a month ago, the new Bajaj Dominar 400 has become a bit costly but is excellent value for money. However, think of it. If you are putting in roughly 70k more, you’re not only getting a more powerful machine but also a twin cylinder unit. Bajaj reliability though is deemed better than that of RE’s. Given the buzz in the market, the new 650 twins have had less troubles than other recent RE launches. Which one should you go for? Our quick spec comparison out here should help you with it.

Bajaj  Dominar 400 vs Royal Enfield  Interceptor 650 Twin

Royal Enfield

Interceptor 650 Twin
Engine Specification
Type  Single cylinder, liquid cooled Parallel twin, air-oil cooled
Engine capacity 373.3cc 648cc
Valvetrain 4 valves 4 valves
Compression ratio NA 9.5:1
Max Power [email protected],650rpm [email protected],250rpm
Max torque [email protected],000rpm [email protected],250rpm
Power/Weight 217.39PS/tonne 232.67PS/tonne
LxWxH (mm) 2,156X836X1,112 2,122x789x1,165
Wheelbase (mm) 1,453 1,400
Fuel tank capacity 13 litres 13.7 litres
Kerb weight (kg) 184 202
Front Telescopic, 43 mm USD Fork 41mm front fork
Rear Multi-step adjustable Monoshock with Nitrox Twin coil-over shocks
Front 320mm disc 320mm disc
Rear 230mm disc 240mm disc
Front 110/70-R17 100/90-18
Rear 150/60-R17 130/70-18
Price (On Road Mumbai) 2.10 lakh 2.99 lakh

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