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Which colour does the ZE50 look best in?

  • Glacier White

    Votes: 4 6.2%
  • Quartz White

    Votes: 2 3.1%
  • Highland Grey

    Votes: 4 6.2%
  • Titanium Grey

    Votes: 12 18.5%
  • Celadon Blue

    Votes: 10 15.4%
  • Flame Red

    Votes: 16 24.6%
  • Aconite

    Votes: 11 16.9%
  • Diamond Black

    Votes: 2 3.1%
  • Zircon Blue

    Votes: 17 26.2%

  • Total voters
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Hope you are all voting as well as posting your comments. You can vote for as many colours as you like, not just one. I may well use the results to decide which colour to go for, so no pressure ;)
 

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Voted for Aconite as that’s the colour we ordered ours in...tossed up between that and the red, but in the end thought the purple would be more unusual.
Aconite is also available on the current ZE40. Try and take a look at a real car as the swatch above is really nothing like how it really looks - even in bright sunshine which is when it looks its best. We ordered an Aconite ZE40 expecting it to be bright and vibrant. In reality it is quite dull so we were disappointed. My son is colour blind. He thought it was black when he first saw it. This time we're still taking a risk with Flame Red as we've never actually seen a car that colour. Hopefully the risk pays off.

That said, colour is a very personal thing - you may love the Aconite.
 

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I ordered mine in quartz white because it’s the colour of the showroom model and looks super. It’s a slightly off white that’s got a type of two-tone thing to it in bright light. It may get a bit dirty fairly quickly but shouldn’t show up any scratches etc.
 

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I ordered mine in quartz white because it’s the colour of the showroom model and looks super. It’s a slightly off white that’s got a type of two-tone thing to it in bright light. It may get a bit dirty fairly quickly but shouldn’t show up any scratches etc.
That’s a good idea to go to the showroom and see the colours in the flesh, especially on the vehicles outside. I presume these colours aren’t unique to Zoe. I’d like to see the Zircon Blue, as that is top in the poll at the moment.
 

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Anyone know the difference between 'metallic paint' and 'Renault id metallic paint'?
 

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I would argue Titanium Grey is the most elegant, most refined looked. That being said, I went for the glacier white (standard colour) because I could not justify to myself paying for something I don't experience while driving. With the Clio or the Captur you can see a bit of the bonnet, but with the Zoe... only the pillars.

And to the comment about the pillars being intrusive, don't all cars have fat pillars nowadays? I can't remember having any car in which I didn't have to bob the head to view around them. Some have a more slanted pillar than the Zoe which may make it easier to see either the head or the feet of a pedestrian, true, but I always look through the side window when cornering - it's a bug, not a feature.
 
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