These Are The Most Popular Car Colors And Make & Models In Michigan
"Here in my car
I feel safest of all
I can lock all my doors
It's the only way to live in cars"-Gary Numan, Cars
It's a big investment, your car. When you're purchasing a car you consider make and model. Do you also think about the color? A study by vehicle-sales search site iSeeCars found the most "valuable" hues aren't always the most popular. The most popular car colors in 2021 were white, gray, silver, and black.
What Is The Most Valuable Car Color?
Believe it or not, it's yellow. Yellow-colored cars re-sale value comes partly due to scarcity but also because it's most commonly a color for sports cars and other low-volume vehicles that hold their value relatively well.
If you're planning on buying a convertible make sure it's a red one because that's the shade that holds its value best over time, according to iSeeCars. A hardcover coupe, however, should be grey.
What Color Car Is The Worst For Resale?
Orange, lime green, and purple cars are in the top 5 of worst colors for resale, but to truly blow it on your color choice, get a gold car. Vehicles this color have the lowest resale value on average, according to the data. Gold cars depreciate 21% more than average.
What Color Car Gets The Most Tickets?
The urban legend that red cars get pulled over more has persisted for years. American Auto Insurance says there is a color that gets pulled over more than others, but it’s not red. The vehicle color that gets pulled over more than any other color is white.
What Is The Most Popular Car Color In Michigan?
White Is Still the Most Popular Car Color in Michigan, according to a survey by PPG Industries. "Arctic White", "Oxford White" and "Super White" are all names for popular cars. In America, white vehicles made up 23 percent of vehicle sales, followed by black (18 percent), gray (16 percent), and silver (15 percent).
What Is The Most Popular Car In Michigan?
Worldpopulationreview.com states that The Chevrolet Equinox is the most popular car in Michigan. The most popular vehicle in the United States is the Ford F-150.
What If I Want A Color That Is Not Mainstream?
Are you ready to be shocked? CarMax recently released data showing the states where each vibrant car color is the most popular... and the results are surprising. For example, if you want a fun-colored car like orange, you probably live in Nebraska. Here is their list:
- Orange: Nebraska
- Blue: Rhode Island
- Brown: Maine
- Gold: Idaho
- Gray: California
- Green: Idaho again! Side note: Green is the least common color for cars in the entire world.
- Black: New Hampshire
- Red: Utah
- Silver: Idaho again!
- Tan: Minnesota
- White: California
- Yellow: New Hampshire again!
- Purple: MICHIGAN!
A throwback to the muscle cars of the 1950s and 1960s, purple is a bold choice for a car on today’s streets. It may be unique and eye-catching, it may not bode well for future resale. Kelley Blue Book explains that less popular colors (like purple) “depreciate your vehicle’s value… from hundreds to thousands of dollars depending on the vehicle.”
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