The modified Bajaj Dominar comes with several accessories that makes it more practical for touring purpose.
We informed you earlier that Bajaj is working on an all-new adventure motorcycle based on the Dominar 400. While Bajaj is yet to make an official announcement on the same, Autologue Design has modified the existing Dominar 400 to give it an Adventure motorcycle look. The new motorcycle is equipped with several design features and acessories that will make it more practical for touring purpose. Some of the features will include a luggage rack with integrated backrest, tank grips, visor, new fender and Knuckle guard. With these features, the Dominar looks like a tourer bike that could give a tough fight to Royal Enfield Himalayan. Read – Bajaj Pulsar 250 In The Works
The motorcycle share the mechanics with the existing Dominar 400 motorcycle. This model features a 373cc, single-cylinder engine that is basically the tuned version of KTM Duke’s motor. For the Dominar, this engine is capable of producing 35bhp of power and 35Nm of torque. Power is transmitted to the rear wheel via a 6-speed gearbox. This engine is benefited with Bajaj’s DTSi Triple Spark Plug technology. The regular Bajaj Dominar is claimed to offer a top speed of 148kmph. Read – TVS Apache RR 310 Vs Bajaj Dominar 400
For braking system, the touring motorcycle comes with disc brakes at both the ends. The bike also gets ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System). Suspension mechanism of the bike comprises of gas-charged monoshock rear suspension and telescopic forks at the front. The motorcycle rides on 17-inch alloy wheels.
As we mentioned before, this Dominar motorcycle is basically the modified version of the existing bike that looks like a touring motorcycle. The new motorcycle comes with several practical features like a luggage rack with integrated backrest, bash plate, tank grips, visor, new fender, and knuckle guards. The design of the motorcycle will be more adventure friendly. Features like high-set fender and knuckle guard gives it a rugged profile.
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