Top 5 Two-wheelers With Vibrant Colours
A number of colour options, which one would you choose?
The title itself should give it away. We decided to compile a list of two-wheelers, be it scooters, bikes or EV’s, that come in a variety of vibrant colours. What better way to celebrate the festival of colours in the automotive industry, eh?
Honda Dio BS6:
For 2020, the Honda Dio BS6 follows the Grazia's design language, which looks sharp and European. Not to mention the host of features it comes with. This includes a redesigned fully digital instrument cluster with average and real-time mileage, pass-beam and engine kill switch, side stand indicator, engine cut-off function, and an external fuel filler cap. You can read more about it here.
You can choose from five colour options between the two variants - grey, blue, Sports Red and orange for the Standard variant and Sangria Red, yellow and Axis Grey for the Deluxe variant. We believe it looks particularly handsome in Mat Sangria Red Metallic.
One of the biggest USPs for the Jupiter is its extensive colour palette. The standard model itself has 8 liveries while the ZX and Grande have two each. The top-spec Classic variant has three colour options to choose from if you consider the BS6 model.
In our opinion, the Jupiter ZX looks the best in Starlight Blue and matte Starlight Blue. More details on the BS6 Jupiter available here.
Yamaha Fascino 125:
Yamaha gave the Fascino a brand new heart along with minor cosmetic changes and a whole new colour palette for 2020. Customers can choose from seven paint schemes. But if it were up to us, we’d choose Yellow Cocktail or Dark Matte Blue. If you like to know more about the scooter, click here.
Bajaj took the EV two-wheeler industry in India by storm by launching the iconic Chetak in its electric form. It looks spectacular, packs a ton of features and an impressive range of 95km per charge. There’s a lot to like about the Chetak, including its premium paint schemes. The two variants - Urbane and Premium - have a total of six colour options to choose from. We particularly love the way it looks in metallic red and lime green. You can read about the two variants and their differences here.
Royal Enfield Interceptor 650:
Who doesn’t love the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650? It’s retro, charming and packs one heck of an engine. Not to mention, it’s refined! And if you’re looking to get one for yourself, you could choose between six colour options - chrome, silver, orange, Baker Express, black and Ravishing Red. However, we’d strongly recommend you opt for Baker Express. The white and red paint scheme accentuates the bike’s classic appeal. More details available here.