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Solid - Arcona white
Solid - Brilliant black
Brilliant Black is offered on all A6 trims and is another very popular colour. It may not be the most adventurous choice, but it’s a no-cost option and won’t require constant cleaning as dirt and dust are less noticeable on darker colours.
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Metallic - Ascari blue
Metallic - Chronos grey
Chronos Grey is a slightly lighter shade of grey that will appeal to those looking for an understated colour that won’t draw too much attention. It should be popular on the second-hand market too and will be easier to keep clean than lighter colours.
Metallic - Firmament blue
Blues can range from garish to great, the dark metallic Firmament Blue offered on the Audi A6 falls firmly into the latter category. It works best with the higher trims where it accentuates the sporty demeanour of the larger wheels and deeper front grilles.
Metallic - Floret silver
Floret Silver is a safe choice if you’re worried about resale desirability and has a tinge of light grey and a shiny metallic finish to help it stand out from the crowd. It will show up dirt sooner than darker tones, but keep it clean and you will be rewarded with sparkly paintwork that looks especially good in bright sunshine.
Metallic - Glacier white
Glacier White looks a bit more premium than the no-cost solid Ibis White option and is another firm favourite for used car buyers. Road grime and mud splatters show up easily, so you’ll need to spend a bit more time keeping it clean than you would with a dark grey or black hue.
Metallic - Grenadine red
Metallic - Madeira brown
Metallic - Manhattan grey
Manhattan Grey suits this luxury executive saloon well. It’s not flashy, but it does have a subtle metallic sparkle in sunlight. It is available only on the Sport trim and it is quite a dark hue. It is more elegant than sporty, and contrasts nicely with the silver exterior trim detailing on this particular model. Dirt won’t show up easily on this colour, and its metallic sheen looks great in sunlight.
Metallic - Mythos black
Metallic Mythos Black is the posher alternative to the no-cost solid Brilliant Black colour. It adds a bit of depth and lustre to the body panels thanks to its metallic finish and will be an easy sell when you trade your car in.
Pearl - Daytona grey
Daytona Grey gives the A6 an upmarket look thanks to its stunning pearl effect finish. It shouldn’t hurt resale values either, and you won’t have to constantly wipe it down after a drive as the dark hue hides dirt well.
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