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Metallic - Eclipse blue
The Peugeot 508 is a smart and sophisticated car, which is only reinforced by the Eclipse Blue paint job. It's not the most exciting choice, but it has an understated class.
Metallic - Cumulus grey
Cumulus Grey is a comparatively lighter shade of grey that’s almost silver in appearance. It lends the 508 an understated yet classy appearance, and should do a decent job of obscuring any road muck and grime that you’ll pick up over the course of your travels. Being a conservative colour option, it should make for a popular choice amongst second-hand buyers too.
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Metallic - Nera black
Nera Black, with its sparkly metallic finish, is a classy shade of paint in its own right, but it does have the effect of making the 508 look a bit nondescript and like a taxi. Still, if you want an understated colour, then it’s a good choice. Just be aware of the fact that it will be tricky to keep looking clean, and if you pick up any scratches they’ll be more easily visible.
Metallic - Okenite white
White is a very popular car colour, but we're not huge fans of how it makes the 508 look. The front looks good with the black grille, but some of the car's sleek lines are lost, making it look quite plain.
Metallic - Selenium grey
Although grey isn't a particularly inspired choice for a car, Selenium Grey is something of an exception, because it works really well the the 508's design to give it a classy, interesting appearance.
Metallic - Titane Grey
Titane Grey doesn't quite have the curious cool of Selenium Grey, but it's darker, which means you can fly under the radar a bit more without having to select a black paint job, which isn't everyone's cup of tea.
Special Paint - Elixir Red
This deep shade of Elixir Red is easily the most vibrant and eye-catching colour option for the Peugeot 508. Its darker tones means it doesn’t look overtly sporty, but against the car’s sharp exterior design it still lends it plenty of performance intent. It might not be quite as popular on the used market as more conservative shades of grey, white or silver, however.