White isn't a free colour anymore. It's £200 extra.Are you buying the white/black edition? If your buying say a move up! I'd probs choose white because it's cheaper than paying for the black paint
But the blacks £450, so £200 cheaper and the light blue is free and looks white!Davec86 said:White isn't a free colour anymore. It's £200 extra.Are you buying the white/black edition? If your buying say a move up! I'd probs choose white because it's cheaper than paying for the black paint
Personal choice really! I like white, just looks classy. Black can look good too.
Neither really has any great advantage over the other.
Just comes down to aesthetics.
bugbabe34 said:I've seen loads of white ones on the road and only one other black. I think the poll on here suggests white are far more common or popular (however you like to call it)
Black is a nightmare to keep clean, I would think white would show the dirt less (weird I know).One of the best colours for least showing the dirt is SILVER - but they've had their day! "White became the new Silver" ... black has joined that accolade. (I can remember the time when black was the ONLY colour (Morris 10, 1950).
The Demo up! I had was White. Inspected it before I left the Dealer - all nice and clean. Got home (1 mile and in the rain) and the back of the car and the bottom of the doors etc looked horrible!
At the end of the day, it could be a matter of how long before - - - - - - (fill in your own idea on the next popular colour) becomes the new Black/White? My choice of external colour was governed by the colour of the seats available with that colour.