A special edition dual-tone model of the Bajaj Dominor 250 is now available. The Bajaj Dominor 250 dual tone edition was recently launched in India for 1.54,176 rupees (ex-showroom, Delhi). The dual tone model is priced the same as the others in the line. i want to take a
This new iteration, as the name suggests, is available in three colour combinations: Red + Matt Silver, Citrus Rush + Matt Silver, and Sparkling Black + Matt Silver, which is the world’s most popular touring bike. Aside from the new colour options, the bike, which is part of an effort by automakers to expand the Dominor motorcycle range in the Indian region, is unchanged. There were no changes in the mechanical department either.
“We are proud to be building the Indian sports tour segment on a motorcycle that is ‘Born to sprint and built to tour,” said Narayan Sundararaman, Head of Marketing at Bajaj Automobile Limited. The recent historic milestone of a million Dominors travelled all over the world validates our mission to redefine long-distance touring.
We know that cycling for children can be much more than just having fun on the street if the bike has the right combination of performance, sharp and purposeful design, and an excellent riding experience. This Dual Tone Edition, we believe, will appeal to young, dynamic enthusiasts.”
The Bajaj Dominor 250 dual tone edition includes an LED headlight, a reverse LDD screen for the instrument cluster, and other features. It has a single motor, a 248.8cc DOHC FI fluid-cooled engine with a maximum capacity of 27 bhp and a peak torque of 23.5 percent, similar to the standard monotone model. The suspension consists of reverse (USD) forks with a 135 mm transmission and a multi-step adjustable nitrox mono shock. Both sides of the vehicle are equipped with disc brakes and dual channel ABS.