UK's Favourite Car Colour & Model of 2018

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    Trev even though its difficult to keep clean, black is my favourite colour, although its not actually a colour, but that’s another discussion. My next fav is the Mazda red, so rich and deep its almost 3D.

    The photo in the article looks light blue, to my eyes, so not grey at all. To be fair though grey is not really just one option, I like light grey but not dark grey. Most car manufacturer’s will give a choice of two or three grey shades where as black is black lol.

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    Rolling back the years wigwam lol.

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    Isn’t silver and grey the same? My old Megane was platinum, so where would that stand? lol

    The Mazda soul red crystal is very nice, my first red car.

    Previous car was black and looked amazing after being washed, but after one drive it was back to dirty – don’t think i could go back to black, unless there was a very good deal and that was the only colour option – Not sure there is a colour i wouldn’t refuse if the price was right.

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    i do like british racing green i think 3 of my cars have been that now, currently a mini 3dr auto, previously an mgtf and a rover convertible neither on the scheme though.

    otherwise i like black.

    apart from that as trev says i dont think i would turn any colour down if the deal was right ,apart from maybe pink lol.

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    What a monotonous colour palette we are choosing. I remember the sixties and seventies when pastel colours, two tone and vibrant colours were common. When did we become so boring!

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    Ford Daytona Yellow, loved it on my old Escort and Mk3 cortina

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    I think a nice clean shiny black car looks brilliant but they are so difficult to keep in showroom condition. British racing green is a nice colour but doesn’t suit every car. From a practical perspective silver and dark grey are the best cars for camouflaging dirt. Personally I have a dislike of red cars this may be due to the fact there used to be an insurance premium on red cars as drivers of red car cars were deemed to have fiery or aggressive temperaments.

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    markymate, ooh thats a blast from the past lol. do ford still do it?

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