Official Touring Accessories For 2019 Bajaj Dominar 400 UG – Details

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The official touring accessories by Autologue design will be compatible with both the 2019 Dominar 400 UG and the old Dominar 400

Bajaj has launched their flagship offering the Dominar 400 back in 2016 and it quickly went to become one of the most popular bikes amongst those who wanted a dependable touring machine within a budget. However, one particular thing which held the riders back from enjoying the full potential of the motorcycle was the lack of touring accessories.

The good news is that Autologue Designs from Pune has the solution to this problem. The Pune based custom accessory maker will offer official touring accessories for the upcoming Dominar 400 UG which will be available at all the Bajaj dealership across the country.

Fortunately, the existing owners can also add those accessories in their old Dominar as well. The optional touring accessories by Autologue design include a taller windscreen which will protect the rider from windblasts, saddle stays at the rear of the motorcycle to keep the panniers and saddle bags in place.

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Wear pads on the side sets, tank pads and also a bash plate for added protection. Like we already mentioned all the above parts will be compatible with both the upcoming 2019 Dominar UG and the existing Dominar as well. The 2019 Dominar 400 UG comes with a 5-year warranty as standard and these additional parts will not void the warranty of the motorcycle.

The 2019 Dominar 400 UG will be powered by the same 373cc, single cylinder liquid cooled engine. This unit promises to produce around 39 Ps of peak power at 8,650 rpm and 35 Nm of peak torque at 7,000 rpm. The engine is paired with a 6-speed gearbox and it even gets a slipper clutch as standard.

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The suspension duties of the 2019 Dominar 400 UG are now carried by a new open cartridge USD setup towards the front and a gas charged monoshock setup at the rear. The motorcycles relies on a 320 mm disc brake up front and a 240 mm single disc at the rear to bring it to a halt. A dual channel ABS also comes as standard now.