Color selection has always been a huge factor when it comes to purchasing a car â€” and this is because color can affect the price of a car in the second-hand car market or during trade-ins. Check out this presentation to find out which colors can boost your car\'s resale value.
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Unique or obscure colors might be perfect for you but may limit your potential buyers
when you're ready to sell. Black is beautiful but hard to maintain. It will highlight dust,
scratches and circular buff marks, although a superior buff and polish can remove the
swirl marks. White looks good. It is popular, easy to repair, but it will show dirt.
Champagne is the best of both worlds, and it even ages quite well. Pearl colors do look
great, but are generally more expensive to repair — should you need a minor paint or
If you're buying with selling in mind, the most popular car colors are shades of grey with
white, black, grey and silver — making up over seventy percent of the total worldwide.
With thousands of car colors to choose from, there is something for everyone.
Remember if your paintwork needs repairing, call the experts at precise color matching.
Give the Touch Up Guys a call, and they can assess the damage.
IN THIS VIDEO:
General Manager Paul Hawken lets you in on what
car colors sell the best.
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