The new and upgraded 2021 Modenas Dominar D400 UG has been launched recently, with several technical upgrades as well as two new colour options.
How much is the Modenas Dominar D400?
Priced at RM13,997 excluding insurance and road tax, the new Dominar D400 now comes with a new Upside Down fork unit that replaces the conventional telescopic fork, and a twin barrel exhaust system.
Powering the Modenas Dominar D400 is a DOHC 373 cc liquid cooled engine with DTS-i technology that is capable of producing maximum power of 40 PS and 35 Nm of torque.
The new Dominar D400 also features a 320 mm front and 230 mm rear sized disc brakes; paired to a “dual channel” Anti-Lock Brake (“ABS”) system.
Adjustable rear absorber
Also, its rear is equipped with an adjustable Nitrox monoshock absorber that allows its rider to tune it according to their riding needs.
The model also comes with an “Assist and Slipper” clutch system that will help during sudden change of gears.
Design wise, the new Dominar D400’s fuel tank-pad features a new carbon fiber finishing as well as a Dominar logo stamped on its rear seat.
LCD instrument panel
And then we have the digital LCD instrument console which displays information like the speed reading, rpm counter, fuel gauge, odometer, and gear indicator.
Its automatic headlights are of the “LED mosaic” type, which is able to provide clear lighting especially at night which allows riders to be seen from a distance of 1.5km.
That being said, the new Modenas Dominar D400, which is now available in two new colour options (Savanna Green and Charcoal Black), will be available for purchase at all Modenas authorised dealership nationwide.
“The Modenas Dominar D400UG is the most affordable premium “Tourer” model in its market segment. To all of you who have been patiently waiting for the arrival of this model into the Malaysian market, your wait is finally over.”
“Thank you all for faithfully waiting. With all the latest upgrade and current price tag on it, this bike will surely be a great investment for all of you, the adventure tourers out there,” said Roslan Roskan, Chief Executive Officer of Modenas.