10 years straight of total boredom

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"The most popular car color of 2020 was this.

It's not that colorful at all"




White 38% Black 19% Grey 15% Silver 9%. Monochomatic mania.

First real colors were blue at just 7% and red at just 5%.
 

BeerCan

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Everything I buy is silver. My wife opts for blue type colors.
Silver for me is the perfect vehicle color.
 
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Upper midwest
I choose mid silver most of the time now a days, as I owned a white car and it made me wash it too often, weekly. I got sick of washing cars manually and auto wash drained my pocket book. Silver is a happy medium that lets me not freak out when my car is dirty. Nothing can be done in the winter here, in salt city Minneapolis.
 
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Always thought red sells the best, as is, Money Red.

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I’ve gotten to like my white vehicle well enough. I don’t get hung up on these things.

All things being equal, I tend to default to a more offbeat color if I can. Just to be a little different.
 
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Old Suburban was a multi tone metallic brown/beige paint scheme, hid the rust well

White paint jobs always seem to rust quicker, have areas of light paint and discolor unevenly, the 2002 Jetta looked like a$$ by 2009, rear bumper changed from white to yellowish cream
 
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I went in to purchase a ruby red Fusion I saw online, but when I saw the metallic silver one parked next to it, I had to have it. I don't regret my decision.
 
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