White cars cost more

21st March 2016 | 0 Comments
 

Whilst white used to be a free colour choice from manufacturers, figures from cap hpi reveal that eight out of the top 10 new car models ordered in 2015 added an extra premium of at least £250 to go a whiter shade of pale. However, according to the SMMT, one in five new cars sold in 2015 was white, making it the most popular colour for car buyers for the third year running. For those who want a car that looks pure as the driven snow, but for a lesser price, cap hpi puts the spotlight on those models which still come with an option to have white for free.

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