When purchasing a car, there are many things to consider, including the color of the vehicle. Just like many vehicle features, your car’s color impacts its residual value. This simply means that today’s popular color will probably make your car more popular to used-car buyer 3 or 4 years from now. There are arguments that less popular colors depreciate the car’s value from anything between a few hundred to thousands of dollars, depending on that vehicle. This is perhaps why many people stick to neutral colors like white, silver, gray, and black. But what about the shine?