Would you not agree with me that silver is the best colour for the Toyota Avalon XLS 2002?

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Asked by May 19, 2008 at 05:07 PM about the 2002 Toyota Avalon XLS

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I think that the Toyota Avalon is the best car and silver is the best color that you can ever have for this kind of car. I just want you to agree with me so that i am sure because i got an offer that i can paint it whatever color i want...for free!!!!!So should i change the color or is silver the best?

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I reckon black also looks good because the styling is not to my liking, and if kept if good condition can really make ur car shine. White is also becoming increasingly popular in luxury cars and is also low maintenance, if that's ur thing. just make sure watever u do, don't go crazy and color it rainbow. otherwise ur resale values will go down the drain...happy color hunting!

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HI...I have been an auto dealer and sold thousands of vehicles at auction for Hertz as well as others. The best selling color varies...however white or blizzard white always brings more at auction than any other color with occasional exceptions of course. I have owned several camrys and avalons now and I would buy the camrys at the loss leader ad price and keep them 2 years and sell them for what I paid for them when i sold them in 2 years with 30 to 50000 miles on them!! Something to think about if you want an exit strategy :) Good luck

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