The 2018 Bajaj Dominar will have an even greater hyperriding experience according to Autologue Design’s third idea. The upgraded version of their earlier developed kit, known as the Dominar TourX-ADV, appears to be much more promising than before. The normal gasoline tank has been left in place, and the headlamp has been moved farther away from the handlebar using a design language that extends forward. The tank extensions have expanded in both directions, perfectly enclosing the radiator area on the lower side and nearly matching the original fender’s length. An expanded visor is used to perfectly fit the stock headlight within the new frame, providing adequate wind protection.
Both sides of the back end have baggage mounts, and a unique grab rail has more room for mounting a duffel bag. An engine protector made of metal is envisioned at the bottom end. The information shown here is based on the online rendering that Autologue Design published. Like previous kits, this one will also be tested to see how users react before going into production on their end. The Dominar 400 is a multipurpose vehicle with adequate power for interstate cruising and even better riding qualities for quick dashes through cities.
However, due to unfavourable media surrounding the motorcycle in its early years and the existence of the Royal Enfield Classic 350 in the same price range, the Dominar 400’s appeal was only felt by a small group of cult followers. When purchasers have the option of putting ABS on the new Classic 350 Signals for the same price as Dominar, it remains to be seen how the motorbike performs. Priced at INR 1.48 lakh for the non-ABS model and INR 1.62 lakh for the ABS model, the top-of-the-line Bajaj motorbike is available. The robust motorbike is equipped with a 373.2cc single-cylinder engine that can generate a maximum of 35 HP and 35 NM of torque.