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Solid - Crystal black
Crystal Black is the only no-cost colour option available on the Honda e, and to be honest it makes it look a bit plain and dull. It waters down the contrast effect of the front bumper, bonnet and roof that’s usually so vivid against other colour options and leaves the Honda e looking a bit heavy and bloated. It’ll also show up a fair amount of muck and grime over the winter too.
Premium paint - Crystal blue
Crystal Blue is a great option if you want your car to stand out from the crowd. It looks great in contrast to the darker panels on the car’s bonnet, roof and front grille, and thanks to its metallic-effect finish it really sparkles nicely when exposed to direct sunlight. It shouldn’t prove to be an unpopular choice on the used market, either.
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Premium paint - Meteoroid grey
This understated shade of metallic grey looks properly classy when applied to the Honda e, and gives this futuristic electric car an appealingly high-tech appearance. The contrast with the car’s bonnet, grille and roof isn’t quite as strong, but it’s still an attractive colour option. Grey cars are always a safe bet if you want to bolster residual values too.
Premium paint - Platinum white
The pearl-effect white paint looks stunning when exposed to direct sunlight, and is arguably the standout colour choice for the Honda e. Contrasting vividly against its black roof, bonnet panel and front grille, it lends the e an almost robotic look that’s very much in keeping with its futuristic design. Just know that it’ll be a pain to keep looking clean and shiny, though.
Premium plus paint - Crystal red
This vibrant shade of red looks impressively sporty on the Honda e. It contrasts really smartly against the black panels on the front grille, bonnet and roof to lend this eco-friendly electric car a proper hot-hatchback kind of look. Red isn’t a particularly conservative choice though, so it might prove to be less popular on the used market than black, grey or white.