Did you know that the five most popular exterior colors of cars in North America are (in order) white, black, silver, blue and red? With that said, car manufacturers study trends to determine which colors to sell most often. They spend a great deal of time monitoring trends in graphic design, fashion, interior decorating and other similar segments. So yes, there are most definitely fads when it comes to the exterior colors of cars. When a color catches on, manufacturers will be prepared to meet consumer demand.
So … what does your car’s color say about you?
Green: This color represents security, balance and normalcy. Typically, those who opt for this color are sensible, but have a subtle flair and see things from a different perspective than their peers.
Red/Purple: The owners of these cars are usually multi-taskers who move a little faster than the rest of the people in their lives.
Black/White: These are essentially “non-colors.” That said, white is a subtle attention-getter, while black has the same effect – just in a more elegant way than white.
Silver: Owners of these cars are eternal optimists. They look at the glass as half-full, and are most likely to be full of honesty and integrity.
Gold/Yellow: These “sun” colors reflect a sense of originality, wisdom and value. People who gravitate toward these colors typically have an eye for recognizing and developing talent.
Brown: Not too many of this color left on the road anymore, but it indicates conservatism and an old-fashioned approach – with a strong sense of duty and responsibility.
Orange: This is the one group who could not be stereotyped. They are simply “all over the place.”
Stop by Kia of North Grand Rapids today and pick out the Kia – and the color – that is perfect for you.