‘Tis the Halloween season, which means orange pumpkins, orange and black decorations and possibly even some orange cars being purchased, depending on how much you actually love this time of the year. Whether you are a person who simply loves the color orange or are interested in why anyone in their right mind would purchase an orange vehicle, we have some answers for you. So sit back and pop in some of your favorite orange-colored candy corn while we explain what the color orange says about the person driving it.
Orange means you value your money
According to this article on Fox Business, buying an orange car could make a statement that you are very frugal with your money and love a good deal. Apparently, that’s why businesses such as Home Depot display the color orange prominently in their logos. If you’re driving an orange car, that could mean that you’re willing to skip a hair appointment or ditch shopping spree just so you can save some money for another investment, like a car for a example. This article also states that someone driving an orange luxury car, such as an orange BMW could be making a statement that you are proud of the fact that you had to save up your money to buy this awesome car. Whatever the case, if you are someone who likes to cut coupons and have a change jar for your next vacation, then that could mean that you are fond of the color orange.
Back in March, we talked about what your car color says about you. Today, we are revisiting that topic but with the focus on orange because other than being a trendy color in the fall, it doesn’t seem like a popular color for a car, although we could be wrong. Let’s take a look at some of the reasons a person may buy an orange car.
Orange has a higher resale value
According to this post on Auto Blog, the color yellow and orange have a higher resale value than more obvious car color choices, like black and silver. This statistic was determined through a study conducted by the used car search engine, iSeeCars.com of over 20 million previously owned vehicles. According to this study, it showed that the less popular shades, like yellow and orange show the lowest price drop.
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