Bajaj Dominar is the new flagship product of the Indian brand. The motorcycle is pulling quite a good numbers with the sports tourer in India. A lot of enthusiasts are getting the Dominar for long distance touring. Here is one such Dominar that gets equipment for long distance touring.
The motorcycle gets a range of aluminum panniers. The side panniers are made of aircraft grade aluminum and are mounted on 3mm plates. The pillion also gets a backrest that makes the ride comfortable for long distance riding.
The panniers fit perfectly on the Dominar and have been already testing extensively in the Himalayan ranges. Carbon racing Inc, who have installed the panniers say that the production version will get stronger backrest and also the panniers will come closer to the body, making the overall width narrower. The panniers also get stainless steel locks and stainless steel latches. There is single key for safety too. Carbon Racing will also provide mounts of various motorcycles in India.
The Bajaj Dominar is powered by a 373cc engine that has been derived from the KTM 390 Duke. The single-cylinder, the liquid-cooled engine produces a maximum power of 34 Bhp and peak torque of 35 Nm. The Dominar has a claimed top speed of 148 km/h. The power is transferred to the rear wheel through a 6-speed transmission.
The Dominar is on offer in two variants, one with ABS and one without. The variant with costs Rs 1.50 lakhs while the variant without costs Rs 1.36 lakhs, ex-showroom. The Dominar has been the flagship bike for the company and has also been the most powerful Bajaj bike to be on sale in the country.
It is also tech loaded, as compared to the other Bajaj bikes. It even gets as split instrument console with dual screens, something no other bike has. It is also equipped with LED lights. While the bike has only been managing to do decent units, the company hopes that sales will pick up soon.