Bajaj Auto launches the Dominar 2018!

  • 2018 Dominar 400 collection available in 3 new colors: Rock Matte Black, Canyon Red, Glacier Blue. All come with Gold Dust alloy wheels.
  • Good News : No change in price!
Canyon Red

Bajaj Auto Ltd has introduced the Dominar 2018 collection with the launch of new 3 colours, Rock Matte Black, Canyon Red and Glacier Blue. The new collection comes with Gold Dust alloy wheels.

Commenting on the Dominar 2018 collection, Mr. Eric Vas, President – Motorcycles, Bajaj Auto Ltd said, “We are commemorating the first anniversary celebration of Dominar400 with the launch of a new 2018 collection. Within one year, the bike has created a strong following for itself. It has become the preferred choice for city riders and long distance tourers, alike. Customers have pushed the bike into extreme long distance and challenging geographies with aplomb, which inspired us to dedicate the new collection to these terrains it has dominated.”

The latest in Dominar’s accomplishments has been the Trans-Siberean Odyssey, where 3 riders covered 15000 kms in 53 days on their Dominars with no break down or part change on what is believed to be the world’s toughest journey. Bajaj has helped its customers form a very active community of riders.

The specifications of Dominar have been retained. 373cc DTS-i engine, hyper-agility from twin spar perimeter frame, hyper-control with twin channel ABS and hyper-technology of liquid cooling FI engine and LED headlamps are retained since its launch.

The new Dominar 2018 collection is now available across Bajaj Auto dealerships in disc variant at Rs. 1,42,109 & in dual channel ABS variant at Rs. 1,56,270 ex showroom Delhi.

Rock Matte Black


Glacier Blue

3 thoughts to “Bajaj Auto launches the Dominar 2018!”

  1. Safety is not optional and should be standard on all vehicles using motors above 125cc. I hope Bajaj, TVS and Tata understand this soon. OEMs that provide ABS as option seem to value the human life less than the margin. It is lack of ethics and commitment to customer safety to give safety features as options when you have the technology.

      1. Regulatory authorities have very limited power in India. They have a date set for ABS on motorcycles. It is the lack of commitment from OEMs that make them launch motorcycles just before the date to get away. From 1st April or 1st September ABS mandatory do not mean that OEMs should launch a day before that without ABS to get away.

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