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Solid - Energy blue
Energy blue is the only solid colour available to Octavia buyers. If you are shopping for an SE or SE L spec car, it’s also the only free-of-charge paint finish. It looks smart enough, but there are more distinctive and interesting colour choices if you don’t mind spending a bit more.
Metallic - Brilliant silver
The Octavia is a sober, sensible car, and Brilliant silver is a sober and sensible colour. It suits the car well and will suit you if you are looking for an attractive metallic that doesn’t look garish. Silver is an easy colour to keep looking clean, which is another point in Brilliant silver’s favour.
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Metallic - Graphite grey
There is no more popular colour for new cars than grey. More than one in four new car buyers pick grey, would you believe. Graphite grey is quite a dark shade and adds a certain understated cool to the Octavia’s styling. Given how many buyers choose grey, it’s a good colour to pick for easy resale in a few years.
Metallic - Moon white
Lots of car buyers choose white. Contrary to what you might think, white paint hides dirt well so it’s a good colour to pick if you’d rather avoid car cleaning. Metallic Moon white works particularly well on a sunny day, when it catches the light and looks a lot more upmarket than a boring solid white.
Metallic - Petrol blue
Petrol blue is one of the more unusual colours you can pick for your Skoda Octavia. In some lights it’s more green than blue. It’s eyecatching without being overstated, which is a neat trick to pull off. It’s a bolder choice than a grey, white, or black, and we rather like it.
Metallic - Race blue
You often see the vRS hot hatch in Race blue, but it’s available on other Octavia models as well. It’s a bright metallic and looks a lot better in direct sunlight than the free-of-charge solid blue paint. If blue is for you and you take pride in the appearance of your car, then Race blue is worth the extra.
Pearl - Black magic
Pearlescent paints like Black magic use ceramic rather than metallic particles to add depth to the paint finish and to catch the light. This pearl black looks really striking, especially on a bright and sunny day. Like any black paint, though, Black magic cars do show the dirt.
Exclusive paint - Velvet red
Skoda’s Exclusive paint finishes are a cut above their regular metallics – although you pay a premium for them. The Exclusive paint offered to Octavia buyers is Velvet red. It looks sporty and upmarket, adding some dynamism to the Skoda’s neat but bland styling.