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Solid - White
Solid white is one of the most popular colours on the Vitara SUV. Being the only no-cost option helps, but the crisp clean lines of the car are highlighted to good effect here, and the black exterior trim also contrasts nicely with this bright hue.
Metallic - Atlantis Turquoise pearl
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Metallic - Cosmic black pearl
Metallic - Galactic grey
This is the darker of the two grey options on offer. It looks suitably upmarket and should require less frequent washing than lighter shades. Grey is also one of the most popular car colours in the UK, so there should be plenty of willing buyers when it’s time to sell.
Metallic - Silky silver
This is a typical metallic silver hue, it looks fine on the Vitara but costs the same as several other more interesting shades so don’t tick this box until you have seen what else is on offer. That said, it complements the lines of the Vitara well.
Two Tone Metallic - Savannah ivory/Cosmic black pearl
Savannah ivory gives the Vitara an off-roady adventurous look, especially with the contrasting black roof and mirror caps. It costs a bit more than the regular metallics but should be a desirable second-hand buy.
Two tone Metallic - Atlantis Turquoise Pearl/Cosmic black pearl
If the in-your-face Atlantis turquoise pearl paintwork seems a bit much, then take a look at this two-tone option which breaks up the sea of greeny blue with a black roof and mirror caps. It’s still going to get peoples’ attention, but fewer of them will continue staring as you drive by.
Two tone Metallic - Galactic Grey/Cosmic black pearl
Combining the subdued Galactic grey hue with a black roof adds a subtle visual change, although perhaps not enough to warrant the additional expense. It looks fine, but there’s not much of a contrast between these two colours. If understatement is your thing, then this is a good pick.
Two tone Metallic - Ice greyish blue/Cosmic black pearl
Ice greyish blue is exactly that, a very light almost iceberg-like hue that mixes nicely with black finish on the roof. It may need more frequent cleaning than some darker colours as mud and road grime will stand out more easily.
Two tone Solid/Metallic - Bright Red/Cosmic black pearl
A bright red hue on an SUV of this size may not appeal to everyone, but the black roof and dark exterior detailing go a long way to making it a rather dashing colour option. It will need regular cleaning to keep the bodywork looking at its best, though.
Two tone metallic - Solar yellow pearl/Cosmic black pearl
Solar yellow has a golden tinge to it that works very well with the contrasting black paint work on this two-tone finish. It can look a bit like a massive bee from certain angles, though, and some may find it a bit too garish for a family SUV.