Advance bookings for the 2019 Bajaj Dominar has begun. The bike can be booked by paying an amount of Rs.5000. The new Dominar would come with mechanical and design updates over its predecessor.
New inclusions would include USD fork similar to KTM bikes sold in India. Braking mechanism has now been positioned on the opposite side as compared to the previous Dominar. A new exhaust and a modified fuel tank can also be seen.
The bike will carry the same 373cc, single- cylinder engine with certain modifications to improve its performance. Expected price of the new Dominar would be higher than the existing one’s price tag.
Bajaj has relaunched the Bajaj Pulsar NS200 in its traditional yellow color shade and fitted with ABS. Till now, the bike was available in three different colour shades – wild red, graphite black and mirage white.
Apart from the change in colour, no mechanical modifications have been added to the Yellow Pulsar. It still carries the 23.5HP 199.5cc, liquid-cooled, 4-valve, fuel-injected motor which can be seen in other Pulsar variants. Transmission duties are done by the same 6-speed gearbox. The Yellow Pulsar will be priced at Rs.1.12 lakhs which is same as the other color variants.
Bajaj will soon launch Bajaj Qute. This one seems like a complete different category and would be technically a Quadricycle. It boasts of a big mileage and the company says it will provide 35 Km/l with Petrol and a whooping 43 Km/Kg with CNG. With a top speed of 70 Kmph, some people might want to use this as a small car!
Discontinued in 2015, Bajaj Auto has brought back the Bajaj Pulsar 200NS with a BSIV compliant mill at Rs.96,453. The bike also gains some cosmetic changes and Auto Headlamp On. The powertrain is the same 199.5 cc triple spark mill derived from the KTM Duke 200. Coupled to a 6-speed gearbox the engine is expected to produce the same 23.52 PS of maximum power at 9,500 rpm and 18.3 Nm of peak torque at 8,000 rpm. The exhaust system continues to be an underbelly unit. Bajaj has also not yet revealed the weight of the BSIV variant and the chassis continues to be the same perimeter frame unit.