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My cars are used and except for black (which I won't consider), I pick on condition and mileage and don't really care what color they are:

Ditto here.

Black Mercedes Sprinter
White Chrysler Town & Country
Dark green Honda Odyssey.

At least I have a bit of color in the car pool.

I try to avoid white, but obviously I couldn't once. (Too good a deal on just the right car otherwise.)

However, I do agree with the original post. People need to be bold and get some color going. Preferably in cars I'd like to buy used! ;) I've had a nice midnight blue in my past and a couple of versions of brown. Not exactly bold colors, but at least not the monochromatic white/silver/black palette. Like ... ummm ... 2/3 of my cars.

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