Top 5 Motorcycles With Brightest Colours On Sale
From the Interceptor 650 to the new Dominar 400, here’s all the bikes that made the cut
Want a two-wheeler that can grab all the attention even in the chaos of Holi? No, you don’t need to spend thousands of rupees on aftermarket exhausts or mods, you just need to stand apart with a brightly coloured bike. And how do you do that? Just get one of the following bikes
2019 Bajaj Dominar 400: Green
The first generation Bajaj Dominar 400 may not registered on your radar, but Bajaj isn’t taking that chance again. To make sure you notice the 2019 Bajaj Dominar 400, quite literally this time around, the Chakan-based company has introduced a new colour for its power cruiser - metallic green. Now, looks are subjective and we feel that some of you may not like the bright green paint. But we do feel that this colour, more than others (red, blue and black), helps bring out the aggressiveness of the motorcycle. Additionally, it is also has a slight hint of Kawasaki green, which we aren’t complaining about.
Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350X: Blue
Royal Enfield’s Thunderbird range isn’t exactly the prettiest motorcycles to look at. At least that’s what we used to think before the company introduced the ‘Thunderbird X’ series with flat handlebars, a more street-friendly design and funky colours. While there many of them to choose from here, we’d pick the metallic blue paint option. Not only is it unique in its own right, but it also turns a lot of heads out on the street.
TVS Apache RR310: Red
While the response to the TVS Apache RR 310 may have been mixed at best, we can all agree on one thing - it is definitely a looker! With its aggressiveness being highlighted by the Ducati-inspired red paint job and beefy golden forks, who wouldn’t want to show it off?
Royal Enfield Interceptor 650: Chrome
Royal Enfield offers a plethora of colours on the newly launched Interceptor 650. And what better way to show off your new 650cc motorcycle than to ride it out in the bright and shiny chrome finish. This glitter and dust combo is sure to grab attention. However, expect it to be a dust and fingerprint magnet, making it quite difficult to maintain in the long run.
Bajaj Pulsar NS200: Yellow
Years ago, Bajaj introduced the NS200 with a bright yellow paint job. While the motorcycle has seen a lot of changes since then, the yellow still remains one of the staple colours of the bike. It's not too loud and neither is it too subdued. It just strikes the perfect balance.