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Metallic - Brilliant silver
Brilliant silver isn’t the most eye-catching colour you can have on your Skoda Kodiaq, though it’s an inoffensive shade that suits the car’s unfussy styling well. As it’s a more neutral colour, a Brilliant silver Skoda Kodiaq should have lots of appeal with used buyers too.
Metallic - Graphite grey
Graphite grey is quite a dark tone. It is popular with consumers and a safe choice for those not wanting to stand out from the crowd too much - with grey fast becoming one of the most popular car colours in the UK.
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Metallic - Moon white
Moon white has a subtle silver hue to it, and, because it is a metallic paint, it has a noticeable sheen on a sunny day. It will require quite a bit of scrubbing to keep your Skoda Kodiaq looking factory fresh, though.
Metallic - Race blue
Race blue is closer in tone to the vivid Energy blue colour than Petrol blue. However, Race blue isn’t too bright, so a Kodiaq in this colour shouldn’t be too tricky to sell on the used market.
Pearl - Black magic
Black magic is one of the fancier colours you can spec on the Skoda Kodiaq – because it’s a multi-coat pearlescent paint, it has an even deeper and premium-feeling sheen than a metallic black. Like all black paints, this is a colour that shows up dirt very easily, so it’ll need regular washes to keep looking pristine.
Solid - Energy blue
Unlike most of the Skoda Kodiaq’s other colour options, Energy blue has a solid finish, which means it can look a little flat when compared with metallic or pearlescent paint. Despite this, Energy blue is one of the more eye-catching colours you can have on your Skoda Kodiaq – though the light colour means it can look quite dirty after a long road trip.
Special paint - Meteor grey
Meteor grey is the lighter of the two grey paint options offered in the Skoda Kodiaq range. That means it strikes a good middle ground between being a light colour that shows off the car’s styling cues, yet is also neutral enough to appeal to the used market. As it isn’t a particularly dark grey, though, Meteor grey will look a bit grubby if you don’t wash the Skoda very often.
Exclusive paint - Velvet red
If you’re after the most vibrant possible colour on your new Skoda Kodiaq, then there are worse options out there than Velvet red. It’s a bright and distinctive colour that gives this big SUV a sporty look (especially when combined with the subtly more aggressive styling of the Sport Line model), and it also turns the Skoda into a bit of a head-turner. However, a Skoda Kodiaq in bright red may not be the easiest car to sell on the used market, and this colour also doesn’t hide dirt particularly well.
Metallic - Petrol blue
Of the three blue paints that Skoda offers on the Kodiaq, Petrol blue will appeal to buyers who’d prefer a more discrete look for their car. While this colour is less conventional than a typical black, silver or dark grey, it’s also muted enough to not make it stand out too much on the road. As it’s a darker colour, it also shouldn’t look too dirty if you don’t wash your Kodiaq for a while.