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What Does the Color of Your Car Say About Your Personality?

Last updated 4 years ago

Are you shopping around for a new Toyota? If so, you may be interested to know what different car colors say about your personality. Read this article to learn more about how these popular car colors can affect the way that you and others perceive your new Toyota. 

A blue Toyota can signal to others that you are a quiet, loyal, and untroubled person. If you are a risk-taker, a dark blue Toyota may suit you better than a light blue one. Dark blue conveys confidence, while light blue is more cautious.

A fresh coat of red paint on a new Toyota usually leads others to believe that you are an impulsive, fun-loving, or high-energy person. Red is an energetic, passionate car color that will look great on your new Toyota, especially if it’s a sporty model like the Toyota Yaris or Corolla.

This is a very popular color because it is seen as more interesting than white, and because it does not show dirt or water spots like a black car. Silver is a car that conveys confidence, tranquility, and reliability.

Black Toyotas are elegant and self-assured. If you want to give your Toyota an air of charm, style, and confidence, black is the color for you. Equip your black Toyota with xenon headlights to complete the look.

White is the most popular car color. It’s not so great at hiding dirt or dust, but it does a great job at concealing water spots. If you want to be more comfortable in the summers in the Baltimore area, a white car will absorb less heat from the sun than a darker-colored car.

Come to Jerry’s Toyota of Baltimore to browse a variety of different Toyotas. In addition to new cars, we offer certified used Toyotas for those seeking an unbeatable value. Check out our website to see our selection of new and pre-owned Toyota vehicles, and call us at (888) 714-6153 for more information.


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