The Citroen C4 Cactus is one of the most quirky and unusual crossovers on the market. With a car that looks so eye-catching already, choosing the right colour is vital. We’ve gathered all the colours and prices available for the C4 Cactus, so you can pick the right shade for your car.
Hello Yellow – £0
This striking colour isn’t for the faint hearted but contrasts nicely with the C4 Cactus’ quirky ‘airbump’ body panels. It’s available on most of the basic trim levels. Trips to the car wash will be frequent and it might take a little longer to sell to the used market than a darker colour.
Polar White – £250
Polar White is a simple and stylish colour for the unusual C4 Cactus. It’ll show dirt very easily but will be easier to sell than more eye-catching colours on the used market.
Sport Red – £250
Sport Red is a bright and bold colour for the C4 Cactus, offered on several trim levels, including the Rip Curl model. It will hide dirt pretty well, but may be tougher to shift on the second hand market than a more conventional shade.
Tapenade Grey – £250
Tapenade Grey is a more subtle and simple colour for the C4 Cactus, blending in with the dark grey body panels. It will hide dirt well, so trips to the car wash shouldn’t be too frequent, and it’ll be popular with second hand buyers.
Jelly Red – £250
Jelly Red is a bright and fun colour, matching the C4 Cactus’ unusual exterior design and looks. It’s definitely for someone who wants their car to stand out from the rest. It’ll hide dirt moderately but will be more difficult to sell second hand than darker colours.
Arctic Steel – £495
Arctic Steel has more sheen than the solid colour options and works well with the dark grey body panels. It’ll show dirt easily due to its lighter hue, but will be popular on the second hand market.
Shark Grey – £495
Shark Grey is a darker shade compared to others available on the C4 Cactus. It’s a sophisticated colour that’ll hide dirt well and be a hit with used car buyers.
Obsidian Black – £495
Obsidian Black is a rich, dark shade for the C4 Cactus. It’s available on mid-level trim models and the Rip Curl special edition. Black shows dirt easily and cheap car washes with dark metallic shades sometimes produce swirls, so make sure you go to a trusted cleaner. It will be popular on the used car market, though.
Deep Purple – £495
Deep Purple is available on Feel, Flair and Flair Edition trim levels. It’s an unusual blend of black and purple that looks quite upmarket under certain lights. It’ll hide dirt pretty well but the colour may split opinion, which could make it harder to sell to the used car market.
White Pearlescent – £730
White Pearlescent is the only pearlescent option for the C4 Cactus. It’s available on higher trim levels, including the Rip Curl and W. It’s a bright, classy shade that’ll require more trips to the car wash than darker colours but will be popular with second hand buyers. Don’t expect to recover the high purchase cost when the time comes to resell, however.
You can also pick the colour of your contrasting Airbumps – the padded parts on the Cactus’ body designed to absorb small parking dings. Airbump colour availability changes depending on what colour you select for the bodywork.