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Does car color make a difference while selling the car ?

rajesh9rajesh9 Posts: 11
edited December 2016 in Honda
I got an offer from one of the dealer where he is selling honda accord sport 2015 version at 18 K and this is white orchid in color , but i was looking for the black and there is another dealer who is selling at the same rate but 2014 model, so wanted to know whether this white color is good ? Does color make any difference if we are buying or selling the car

Appreciate your input

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 120,015
    rajesh9 said:

    I got an offer from one of the dealer where he is selling honda accord sport 2015 version at 18 K and this is white orchid in color , but i was looking for the black and there is another dealer who is selling at the same rate but 2014 model, so wanted to know whether this white color is good ? Does color make any difference if we are buying or selling the car

    Appreciate your input

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  • Mr_ShiftrightMr_Shiftright Sonoma, CaliforniaPosts: 64,490
    75% of all cars are sold in black, white, silver or gray.
  • Statistically, the two most important factors in car buying are price and color.

    White is the most popular color (at least, that's what a car salesman told me when I was looking at Toyotas. I assume that it would hold true for Hondas as well.)
  • isellhondasisellhondas Issaquah WashingtonPosts: 20,225
    I would say silver is number one at least around here. In hot parts of the country it is nearly impossible to sell a black or dark colored car. Holding out for a certain color on a used car can be difficult and expensive if the store knows that's the only color you'll take and he happens to have one in stock!

    I used to love it when I had a customer like that!
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