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Cars in these colors are more likely to be discounted

Sometimes a paint color can be the difference between a used car getting a discount or not. It’s pretty straightforward, really. Certain colors repel car buyers, whereas other attract. The website iSeeCars decided to do a study to see which colors will land you a better used-car deal, and which colors might take you in the opposite direction.

The data is presented in percentage format. For a car to be seen as a "good deal" in this study, it needed to sell for at least 10 percent less than average market value. The study analyzed more than 4.1 million cars, so the dataset was pretty large. Click on the slide to begin the slideshow.

Used cars in these colors are more likely to be discounted

The color of a used car or truck can have a big impact on its sale price. Here are the colors most and least likely to be discounted.