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Metallic - Infra red
Metallic -Infra red with black roof
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Premium paint - Blue Flame
A really strong colour, and Blue Flame is one of those bright metallic blues that has just enough darkness, and just enough of a flat finish that it looks classy rather than garish.
Premium paint - Dark penta metal
Dark Penta is a shade of metallic grey that’s so dark it’s almost black. Or at least it might as well be. It’s a classy enough colour in its own right, but it hides too much of the Sportage’s styling, which is a shame.
Premium paint - Experience green
We reckon this is the best colour for the Sportage. Experience Green has a touch of 1960s Aston Martin about it, which is a bit above the Kia’s pay grade, but it’s a hugely handsome shade. Works nicely with the optional black contrast roof, but to be honest it doesn’t really need it.
Premium paint - Fusion white
The Sportage is quite a complex-looking car, one that benefits from a strong colour, and this Fusion White is just too plain a shade for it, washing out the nicer styling elements. It can be optionally had with a contrast black roof, which helps, but it’s not the Sportage’s best colour.
Premium paint - Lunar silver
Lunar Silver is, effectively, a lighter shade of Yuka Steel and so it works well, with many of the same warm tones of the darker colour. Arguably, it’s a little plain but it’s a good colour, and looks smarter still with the optional contrast black roof.
Premium paint - Phantom black
Like Dark Penta, Phantom Black is just too dark a shade for the Sportage, and it tucks away all of the nice little styling touches and makes the whole car look too plain. It’s classy enough, in itself, but not the right shade for this car.
Premium paint - Yuka steel grey
Yuka Steel is not your average, predictable grey. Well, it is from a distance, but get up close in certain lights and there’s a blue-green element to it that lifts it slightly above the hordes of other grey SUVs. It looks smart on the Sportage, that’s for certain.
Premium two tone paint - Experience green with black roof
Green can be an excellent colour for those wanting something a bit different from run-of-the-mill colours like grey, black or red. This version with the black roof looks pretty stylish and it won’t show the grime as easily as lighter colours either.
Premium two tone paint - Fusion white with black roof
Fusion White with black roof is a pretty safe option and not particularly exciting. The black helps it to not look like a big fridge, but the Sportage comes in better colours than this.
Premium two tone paint - Lunar silver with black roof
It’s not the most exciting combination, but if you plan to sell your Sportage after a few years, this could certainly be an option, as residual values for silver cars are usually better. With the black roof, the silver paint looks quite stylish and can be quite easy to maintain.