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Solid - White
This solid shade of white is the only no-cost colour option available for the Cupra Leon, but white is never a bad choice as far as hot hatchbacks are concerned. True, it’ll keep you busy in terms of the amount of work you’ll have to put in to keep it looking clean and shiny over colder, wetter winter months, but do so and you’ll have a car that looks properly snazzy.
Metallic - Magnetic tech grey
It might be one of the stealthier colour options you could go for, but this handsome shade of Magnetic tech grey really looks classy on the Cupra Leon’s athletic bodywork. The darker tones make its bronze badging pop too, and it should help to keep the hot hatchback’s residual value in good order.
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Metallic - Midnight black
Though it contrasts nicely against the Cupra Leon’s bronze badging, Midnight black does make this otherwise attractive hot hatchback look a wee bit bulkier than it would in a lighter shade of paint. Still, if you like a stealthy appearance, then it’s a good choice - just know it’ll show up a load of dirt if you leave it unwashed for a while.
Metallic - Nevada white
Thanks to its metallic-effect finish, this shade of Nevada white adds an appealing bit of extra visual pizazz to the Cupra Leon’s sporty appearance. Sure, it’ll be a pain to keep clean over winter, but that’s not to say it doesn’t contrast really smarter against the car’s darker exterior trim elements, or its eye-catching bronze badging
Special metallic - Desire Red
This rich shade of Desire red is one of the pricier colour options you could go for, and it’s also the most eye-catching. Its metallic finish means it’ll look fantastic when exposed to bright sunlight, while the red colouring also makes for a striking contrast against the car’s bronze badges. It might not hold its value as well as one of the more conservative colour options you could choose, however.
Special metallic - Graphene grey
Graphene grey is lighter in tone than the Magnetic tech grey option, but it lends the Cupra Leon an even sportier look. That might have something to do with the fact that it’s a similar colour to what you might expect to see on a jet fighter. This colour should be easier to keep looking clean in winter months, as it’ll do a good job of obscuring any road grime that you pick up on wet roads.
Matte - Magnetic tech grey
Matte paint finishes can be a bit polarising, but the Cupra Leon wears this particular colour very well indeed. Without a metallic finish it won’t look quite as vibrant in the sunshine, but if you want a sporty look that’s also pretty understated, it makes for a good choice. Just know that this particular colour finish might be a bit tricky to keep looking clean.