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Metallic - Atlantic blue
The deep shades of this metallic-effect Atlantic Blue paint really do look fantastic when exposed to direct sunlight, and it makes for an attractive contrast against the Tarraco’s darker bumper surrounds and silver exterior trim pieces. It does show quite a lot of dirt and mud splatters over winter, but it should prove to be a popular choice on the used market.
Metallic - Dark Camouflage
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Metallic - Dark camouflage green
This deep shade of green features some attractive grey undertones, and is certainly one of the more appealing colour options you could go for if you didn’t fancy the more traditional finishes of silver, grey or black. Against the Tarraco’s chrome and silver exterior trim pieces (particularly on higher-spec models), Dark Camouflage Green looks properly snazzy.
Metallic - Deep black
Deep Black is by all means an attractive colour in its own right, but it does have the slightly unfortunate side-effect of making the Seat Tarraco look a bit visually heavy and bulky. Over winter months it’ll be a tricky colour to keep looking clean, too, as any dirt and mud will really stand out against the dark background. Still, choosing this colour should make for competitive residual values.
Metallic - Dolphin grey
Dolphin Grey metallic is certainly one of the more conservative colour options you could go for on the Seat Tarraco, but it makes for a classy choice that lends this attractive SUV an appealingly premium look. It should help contribute to stronger residual values in comparison to opting for brighter colours, and should do a decent job of masking winter dirt and grime.
Metallic - Indium grey
Metallic - Merlot red
If you want your Seat Tarraco to stand out from the crowd with a sportier look, then Merlot Red is the colour to go for. With a metallic finish this colour will look very attractive in direct sunlight, and it contrasts smartly against the Tarraco’s darker pieces of exterior trim. Don’t expect it to be the easiest colour to keep looking clean and spotless, however.
Metallic - Oryx White
With an attractive metallic finish, the silvery undertones of Oryx White will look particularly good on a bright summer’s day. It’s certainly not the most adventurous colours you could go for on your Tarraco, and it’ll get dirty very quickly in winter, but opting for a conservative colour such as this will prove a wise decision when the time to sell eventually comes around.
Metallic - Reflex silver
Reflex Silver is considerably lighter in tone than Dolphin Grey, and it lends the Tarraco an attractively sleek look that’ll hide winter muck and grime fairly convincingly. Silver cars always prove to be a popular choice on the used market too, which should fare well for your car’s residual values.
Solid - Urano grey
Urano Grey is the only colour option on the Tarraco that doesn’t feature a metallic finish. It’s only very slightly lighter in shade than Dolphin Grey, but still lends this handsome SUV plenty of upmarket appeal. That said, seeing as none of the metallic paint options come at an additional cost, there’s a good chance that you’ll steer clear of Urano Grey.