Black and Green are Biggest Movers in Latest Vehicle Color Report

White and silver have held steady in their positions as the two most popular vehicle colors in the U.S., according to the DuPont 2007 Global Automotive Color Popularity Report. Black solidified its number-three position with a jump in share from 13 to 16 percent, while red leapfrogged gray into the number four spot. Rounding out the top nine are blue, beige/brown, yellow/gold and green, which dropped in the span of one year from one in 25 cars sold to one in 50.
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