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Metallic - Cumulus grey
Metallic - Sunset copper
This light shade of metallic brown is the only no-cost colour option available on the Peugeot 5008, but it’s by no means an unattractive one. In direct sunlight it sparkles brilliantly, and on higher-spec models the paintwork makes for a handsome contrast against the car’s black and chrome exterior trim pieces. It will likely be relatively easy to keep looking clean too.
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Special metallic - Celebes Blue
Not counting the no-cost Sunset Copper colour, Celebes Blue is the most vibrant and eye-catching shade you can go for on the 5008, and even then it’s still pretty reserved. Still, it comes with an attractive metallic finish that looks great in the sunshine, and the blue paint stands out smartly against the chrome and black exterior trim that features on higher-spec models. It should prove to be a popular choice on the used market, too.
Special metallic - Cumulus grey
This is a lighter shade of grey that could almost be classed as silver. It makes for a classy appearance for sure, if not the most eye-catching colour option. Still, Cumulus Grey should be an easy colour to keep looking clean over the winter time, and it’ll be a safe bet when you look to sell.
Special metallic - Nera black
Nera Black comes with a metallic effect finish that will sparkle nicely in the sunshine, and should prove to be a popular choice amongst used buyers too. It also really makes the chrome exterior trim that you get on higher-spec models stand out nicely. Just know that it will show up loads of dirt in the winter time, and scratches will be more easily visible.
Special metallic - Nimbus grey
This dark shade of grey brings an attractively premium, classy look to the 5008. It’s a pretty understated colour choice, but that should help it hold on to its value better when you look to sell. Being a darker shade it might show up a bit more muck and grime than a lighter silver would, however.
Pearlescent - Pearlescent white
This pearlescent-effect shade of white looks stunning when exposed to direct sunlight, and makes for a vivid contrast against the black and chrome exterior trim pieces you get on the pricier versions of the 5008. White cars do have a tendency to show up plenty of road grime, however, so you’ll have your work cut out for you in terms of keeping it clean.