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My favorite color is blue but for not standing out and something that I think will look good down the road, the grey or silver (what I have) are the best choices.
 

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Silver is most rewarding if you hate seeing dust all the time. And you will see it on any other color unless you keep car in your living room covered.
I had blue, white, you name it. They are all 'demanding' colors to keep it clean and 'like showroom' appearance. My current car is silver and I thank myself for selection as that color is almost maintenance free.
But, it is 'boring' color 'everybody' has. If Hyundai could offer 'mazda 3' or 'Vespa Dragon Red' that will be no brainer for me. Otherwise silver (80%) or that lighter blue (20%). Shame they do not offer nice, light colors like baby blue or similar. Unfortunately color choices are driven by what most (morons) buy. And morons have no brain nor taste.
 

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I'm thinking Iron Grey or the Silver those are my two choices right now. I have financing working on getting me approved and the dealership is looking for a Iron Grey to transport in but I'm still unsure really, guess I better soon decide lol
 

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I would have said red, but the shade is a bit too tomato for me. I went with the black, which is so much maintenance, but i am going with red accents.
 

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Flip flopping...

As I get closer to a purchase, I'm finding myself flip-flopping between my colour of choice. It doesn't help that the Hyundai web site colours appear to be VERY inaccurate. I'm currently between the Iron Grey (which I seem to keep going back to), Star Gazing Blue and Marina Blue. Not keen on the red and white/silver are not good choices for where I live - we have a ton of salt on the roads in winter, so rust will appear prematurely. It'll be a whole lot more noticeable on a white/silver car. Black is ok, but tends to show even the shallowest of scratches. Oh and orange is worse than the red.
 

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Lately I've been finding myself going with white cars. Hides dirt exceptionally well and always looks great with some black accenting.
 

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I went with the grey because its the most subtle. I don't like drawing attention to myself. Its also a really nice color, with lots of metallic in it.
 

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I always love black. Although this time I wanted the electric blue, but they didn't have one. I agree, black is the worst for dirt, but it looks so good when its cleaned up and shining.
 

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I bought mine last night in BLUE. I like COLOR. I am so tired of seeing White, Silver, Charcoal or Black. Of course a professional auto detailer says Black is not a color...it's an occupation. In years past I typically bought Red, but I love this Blue.
 

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I'm on a BLUE streak right now, so Electric Blue is what I bought. Beautiful color and matches my Harley pretty good.
After owning a black Ford F-350 Crew Cab dually, I will never own another black vehicle if I can avoid it. Beautiful color on a car. For 15 seconds.
 

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Not keen on the red and white/silver are not good choices for where I live - we have a ton of salt on the roads in winter, so rust will appear prematurely. It'll be a whole lot more noticeable on a white/silver car. Black is ok, but tends to show even the shallowest of scratches. Oh and orange is worse than the red.
???? Silver hides dirt/salt the best. Hello? Salt, dust is silverish color. Go get any darker and you will be washing your car on a daily basis.
 
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