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Metallic - Brilliant silver
Silver is one of those colours that never seems to go out of fashion. It’s not going to stop strangers in their tracks, but it won’t have anyone turning around and walking away either. To our eyes, Brilliant silver suits the Karoq very well.
Metallic - Graphite grey
If there’s a colour to put lead in your pencil, it’s Graphite grey. Grey continues to be hugely popular with new and used car buyers alike, so it’s a great choice if you want your car to sell on easily in a few years. This dark colour toughens up the Karoq’s sober styling – we like it.
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Metallic - Moon white
White is the third most popular colour for new cars in Britain. So, if you choose Moon white for your new Skoda Karoq, you’ll be in good company. It’s a metallic rather than solid paint, which gives this shade of white a lot more punch on a sunny day.
Pearl - Black magic
A pearlescent paint like Black magic uses ceramic crystals rather than flecks of metal for a deep shine that appears different depending on the light. It really is a cut above a simple solid black finish. Just keep in mind that black cars need regular cleaning to stay looking their best.
Solid - Energy blue
Just about everyone is keeping an eye on what they spend these days. If you’d rather not pay a penny more for paint, go for Energy blue as it’s included in the price of a Karoq. It is a solid finish rather than a metallic, and while it looks neat enough there are some more exciting colours if you don’t mind paying a little more.
Special paint - Meteor grey
If you want a lighter shade of grey, but definitely not a silver, take a closer look at Meteor grey. As one of Skoda’s special paint finishes it looks great in the metal – it’s hard for a computer rendering to do it justice. You do pay more for a special paint than the standard solid colour, though. On the other hand, grey is a very popular colour and an excellent choice with an eye on future resale values.
Exclusive paint - Phoenix orange
The high-spec Sportline is available in some Exclusive paint finishes which aren’t offered on the rest of the range. Phoenix orange is one of them. Without doubt, it’s the brightest and most vivid shade of paint you can choose for your Karoq.
Exclusive paint - Velvet red
Velvet red is an option if you are buying a Karoq Sportline – this Exclusive paint isn’t available on other models. It’s a deep and strong shade of red, somehow eyecatching without being in your face. You won’t see as many cars in this colour as you will grey, silver or black, but that’s part of the appeal.