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I would love to know when Skoda are going to stop restricting customers of their flagship car (The Kodiaq) to such B O R I N G colours.
If the Superb can have colours like the one below , why can't the K?
BTW, if anyone is interested in the car shown below It is on sale at Meadens of Brockenhurst.
https://www.meadens.co.uk/

 

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Colin Lambert said:
I would love to know when Skoda are going to stop restricting customers of their flagship car (The Kodiaq) to such B O R I N G colours.
If the Superb can have colours like the one below , why can't the K?
BTW, if anyone is interested in the car shown below It is on sale at Meadens of Brockenhurst.
https://www.meadens.co.uk/

have a look on the Czech configurator, you can have any colour
 

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Unfortunately I don't live in the Czech Republic and the steering wheel would be on the wrong side anyway ;)
If the Czechs can have any colour, why can't we in other markets?
Czech configurator.
 

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When I buy a car, I think about resale value. So I stick to "boring" colours.
 

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Not only resale but resilience to dirt and scratches. Not advocating not cleaning your car. The greys and silvers of the world with grey primers do a good job of disguising scratches more than paints with a white contrasting primer. Had a black car once, never again. Would suggest boring can be advantageous depending on your view.
 

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When ordering mine I was warned against red and Pacific blue.
Red because red SUVs seem to hang around on the s/hand market, whereas red anything else sells ok (may just be a regional thing).
Pacific blue is apparently a very soft paint and scratches very easily,
 
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