Most vehicles have what's called a color code. It’s a color's unique identifier, and most vehicles have the code listed on the door jamb. If the color code isn't visible on the driver’s side door jamb, check the passenger side or under the hood. Some cars will have it in the trunk (like Audi and VW). The color is typically listed on the same sticker as the VIN.
Motorcycle manufacturers are less likely to have a color code. Honda, Kawasaki, Yamaha typically have a code but it may not be listed on the bike. If the code is not on the bike, a quick call to the dealer can usually reveal what color you have. We recommend contacting the dealer while on our website to help guide you.
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Common misconceptions:"I don't need the color code, I know the name of my color"
The color name can be unreliable when dealing with auto manufacturers. Color names can change year to year.. But, the color code always remains the same.
"I can just look at the color swatches to pick my color"
Color swatches will never be 100% accurate. They are an approximation of the color. Depending on certain variables, like contrast ratios and brightness settings, a color swatch can look dramatically different from screen to screen.