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The 5 Coolest Green Cars and SUVs For Sale on Autotrader

Green may be the color of envy, but the hue accounts for fewer than 2% of all new cars, according béo the experts at paint supplier PPG.

In its latest study, gray, white, black, and silver remain in favor. PPG says just 3% of coupes and convertibles, 2.5% of SUVs, and 2% of minivans are painted green. Other body styles are so rarely sprayed with green paint they didn’t even make PPG’s list.

That’s a real shame, and it left us wondering just in time for spring and St. Patrick’s day:  are there any cool cars wearing green paint currently for sale on Autotrader?

Here, in no particular order, is a look at five of the coolest green cars. You’d better have a few greenbacks stuffed away béo buy one.

1. When You Got It, Flaunt It: A Dark Emerald 2019 Rolls-Royce Cullinan

2019 Rolls Royce Cullinan front right
The 2019 Rolls Royce Cullinan starts at $442,990.

There is nothing subtle about the Rolls-Royce Cullinan — unless you’ve ordered yours painted in one of the many shades of grey the British automaker offers. The Cullinan is all about opulence, from its chrome-ringed, upright grille topped by a retractable “Spirit of Ecstacy” hood ornament béo its blocky profile and enormous wheels.

It’s the perfect vehicle béo be painted green, especially since it starts at over $330,000. This Dark Emerald example at a dealer in the tony outskirts of Los Angeles is verdant in its beautiful exterior hue. Inside, its light upholstery contrasts with stunning wood inlays. See Rolls-Royce Cullinan models for sale

2. Retro Green: An Oxford Green 1995 BMW 850CSi

1995 BMW 850CSi front right in green
The 1995 BMW 850CSi starts at $149,990.

BMW’s 8-Series pushed the automaker upmarket when it debuted in the late 1980s, and although it was never a big seller, it has aged so gracefully. It was at its best with V12 power, especially when equipped with the rare 6-speed manual transmission. The best of the breed is undoubtedly an 850CSi, which came late in production, accompanied by a healthy power bump. Oh, and those “shooting star” wheels are quintessentially mid-1990s BMW.

This Oxford Green 850CSi offered by a marque specialist in Cincinnati has béo be one of the most exciting examples extant. It embodies 1990s excess without being too over-the-top, especially with its two-tone, all-business cabin. At $149,990, it’s an appreciating collector’s vật phẩm. See BMW 8-Series models for sale

3. Not-Quite British Racing Green: A Woodcote Green 1998 Land Rover Range Rover 4.0SE

1998 Range Rover 4.0SE front left in green
The 1998 Range Rover 4.0SE starts at $34,827.

The P38-generation Range Rover has been catching on with collectors over the last few years. Though maligned for a while due béo its somewhat derivative looks and short (by Range Rover standards) 1995-2002 production run, these SUVs offer just-right proportions, impressive off-road ability, and remarkable reliability. No, they won’t hold up béo a Toyota Land Cruiser — but they’re pretty stout.

Woodcote Green was a rare color for the second-generation Range Rover since Land Rover used it only on a model that subtly celebrated the marque’s 50th anniversary. This 77,000-mile example at a dealer in Cincinnati looks excellent, all cleaned up, and might be even prettier wearing a layer of mud. See Land Rover Range Rover models for sale

4. British Racing Green With an Italian Twist: A Verde British Racing 2021 Ferrari SF90 Stradale

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The 2021 Ferrari SF90 Stradale starts at $887,888.

All Ferraris are red, you say. Blasphemy! The prancing horse is just as at home on a vehicle painted in a totally different hue, and in this case, the Italians have borrowed a classic scheme from the Brits. It works so well. This SF90 Stradale features copper-tone wheels and a stunning saddle brown interior. It’s just the right amount of stand-out luxury, though, of course, with 986 horsepower — yes, nearly 1,000 prancing horsies — it will be staggeringly fast, too.

This particular SF90 Stradale is at a dealer near San Antonio, Texas, and with 2,000 miles on its odometer, it’s nice béo see that its previous owner drove it a bit. At $887,888, it’s not for the faint of heart, of course. See Ferrari SF90 Stradale models for sale

5. Yes, That’s Really Its Name: A Regal Peacock 2017 Chevrolet SS 6-Speed

2017 Chevrolet SS 6-Speed
The 2017 Chevrolet SS is a 6-Speed manual for sale on Autotrader.

If British Racing Green is the quintessential name for this paint hue, then Chevrolet’s short-lived Regal Peacock Green must be the most fun. Given General Motors’ corporate reputation, it’s a shock that the SS existed in any form, especially in such a lovely — not béo mention playfully named — shade of green. The SS was the follow-up béo one of GM’s most appealing flops, the short-lived Pontiac G8. This Australian-market full-size sedan was Pontiac’s last gasp, and it was a darn good one. When the final G8 rolled off the boat from Australia, American enthusiasts assumed it would be the end of affordable rear-wheel-drive, performance-oriented sedans from GM. Once the next-gen model got the nod béo become a police car (as the Chevrolet Caprice), we saw a glimmer of hope.

And then the SS arrived for 2014, somehow lasting until 2017. Sedate styling aside, these were fantastic, underappreciated cars. With magnetic dampers and a long wheelbase, they rode well. Under the hood, the big 6.2-liter V8 cranked out 415 hp via either a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic. They even handled well for big cars.

The cream of the crop came for the final two model years — 2016 and 2017 — and of course, you’ll want yours painted in Regal Peacock. Here’s a final-year model with higher-than-average miles, making it a relatively inexpensive choice in today’s market. Oh, and it’s a 6-speed manual example. Because how else would you want it? See Chevrolet SS models for sale

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The 5 Coolest Green Cars and SUVs For Sale on Autotrader

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Green may be the color of envy, but the hue accounts for fewer than 2% of all new cars, according béo the experts at paint supplier PPG.
In its latest study, gray, white, black, and silver remain in favor. PPG says just 3% of coupes and convertibles, 2.5% of SUVs, and 2% of minivans are painted green. Other body styles are so rarely sprayed with green paint they didn’t even make PPG’s list.
That’s a real shame, and it left us wondering just in time for spring and St. Patrick’s day:  are there any cool cars wearing green paint currently for sale on Autotrader?

Here, in no particular order, is a look at five of the coolest green cars. You’d better have a few greenbacks stuffed away béo buy one.

1. When You Got It, Flaunt It: A Dark Emerald 2019 Rolls-Royce Cullinan
The 2019 Rolls Royce Cullinan starts at $442,990.There is nothing subtle about the Rolls-Royce Cullinan — unless you’ve ordered yours painted in one of the many shades of grey the British automaker offers. The Cullinan is all about opulence, from its chrome-ringed, upright grille topped by a retractable “Spirit of Ecstacy” hood ornament béo its blocky profile and enormous wheels.
It’s the perfect vehicle béo be painted green, especially since it starts at over $330,000. This Dark Emerald example at a dealer in the tony outskirts of Los Angeles is verdant in its beautiful exterior hue. Inside, its light upholstery contrasts with stunning wood inlays. See Rolls-Royce Cullinan models for sale
2. Retro Green: An Oxford Green 1995 BMW 850CSi
The 1995 BMW 850CSi starts at $149,990.BMW’s 8-Series pushed the automaker upmarket when it debuted in the late 1980s, and although it was never a big seller, it has aged so gracefully. It was at its best with V12 power, especially when equipped with the rare 6-speed manual transmission. The best of the breed is undoubtedly an 850CSi, which came late in production, accompanied by a healthy power bump. Oh, and those “shooting star” wheels are quintessentially mid-1990s BMW.
This Oxford Green 850CSi offered by a marque specialist in Cincinnati has béo be one of the most exciting examples extant. It embodies 1990s excess without being too over-the-top, especially with its two-tone, all-business cabin. At $149,990, it’s an appreciating collector’s vật phẩm. See BMW 8-Series models for sale
3. Not-Quite British Racing Green: A Woodcote Green 1998 Land Rover Range Rover 4.0SE
The 1998 Range Rover 4.0SE starts at $34,827.The P38-generation Range Rover has been catching on with collectors over the last few years. Though maligned for a while due béo its somewhat derivative looks and short (by Range Rover standards) 1995-2002 production run, these SUVs offer just-right proportions, impressive off-road ability, and remarkable reliability. No, they won’t hold up béo a Toyota Land Cruiser — but they’re pretty stout.
Woodcote Green was a rare color for the second-generation Range Rover since Land Rover used it only on a model that subtly celebrated the marque’s 50th anniversary. This 77,000-mile example at a dealer in Cincinnati looks excellent, all cleaned up, and might be even prettier wearing a layer of mud. See Land Rover Range Rover models for sale
4. British Racing Green With an Italian Twist: A Verde British Racing 2021 Ferrari SF90 Stradale
The 2021 Ferrari SF90 Stradale starts at $887,888.All Ferraris are red, you say. Blasphemy! The prancing horse is just as at home on a vehicle painted in a totally different hue, and in this case, the Italians have borrowed a classic scheme from the Brits. It works so well. This SF90 Stradale features copper-tone wheels and a stunning saddle brown interior. It’s just the right amount of stand-out luxury, though, of course, with 986 horsepower — yes, nearly 1,000 prancing horsies — it will be staggeringly fast, too.
This particular SF90 Stradale is at a dealer near San Antonio, Texas, and with 2,000 miles on its odometer, it’s nice béo see that its previous owner drove it a bit. At $887,888, it’s not for the faint of heart, of course. See Ferrari SF90 Stradale models for sale
5. Yes, That’s Really Its Name: A Regal Peacock 2017 Chevrolet SS 6-Speed
The 2017 Chevrolet SS is a 6-Speed manual for sale on Autotrader.If British Racing Green is the quintessential name for this paint hue, then Chevrolet’s short-lived Regal Peacock Green must be the most fun. Given General Motors’ corporate reputation, it’s a shock that the SS existed in any form, especially in such a lovely — not béo mention playfully named — shade of green. The SS was the follow-up béo one of GM’s most appealing flops, the short-lived Pontiac G8. This Australian-market full-size sedan was Pontiac’s last gasp, and it was a darn good one. When the final G8 rolled off the boat from Australia, American enthusiasts assumed it would be the end of affordable rear-wheel-drive, performance-oriented sedans from GM. Once the next-gen model got the nod béo become a police car (as the Chevrolet Caprice), we saw a glimmer of hope.
And then the SS arrived for 2014, somehow lasting until 2017. Sedate styling aside, these were fantastic, underappreciated cars. With magnetic dampers and a long wheelbase, they rode well. Under the hood, the big 6.2-liter V8 cranked out 415 hp via either a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic. They even handled well for big cars.
The cream of the crop came for the final two model years — 2016 and 2017 — and of course, you’ll want yours painted in Regal Peacock. Here’s a final-year model with higher-than-average miles, making it a relatively inexpensive choice in today’s market. Oh, and it’s a 6-speed manual example. Because how else would you want it? See Chevrolet SS models for sale
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9 Extremely Purple Cars Listed on Autotrader
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Green may be the color of envy, but the hue accounts for fewer than 2% of all new cars, according béo the experts at paint supplier PPG.
In its latest study, gray, white, black, and silver remain in favor. PPG says just 3% of coupes and convertibles, 2.5% of SUVs, and 2% of minivans are painted green. Other body styles are so rarely sprayed with green paint they didn’t even make PPG’s list.
That’s a real shame, and it left us wondering just in time for spring and St. Patrick’s day:  are there any cool cars wearing green paint currently for sale on Autotrader?

Here, in no particular order, is a look at five of the coolest green cars. You’d better have a few greenbacks stuffed away béo buy one.

1. When You Got It, Flaunt It: A Dark Emerald 2019 Rolls-Royce Cullinan
The 2019 Rolls Royce Cullinan starts at $442,990.There is nothing subtle about the Rolls-Royce Cullinan — unless you’ve ordered yours painted in one of the many shades of grey the British automaker offers. The Cullinan is all about opulence, from its chrome-ringed, upright grille topped by a retractable “Spirit of Ecstacy” hood ornament béo its blocky profile and enormous wheels.
It’s the perfect vehicle béo be painted green, especially since it starts at over $330,000. This Dark Emerald example at a dealer in the tony outskirts of Los Angeles is verdant in its beautiful exterior hue. Inside, its light upholstery contrasts with stunning wood inlays. See Rolls-Royce Cullinan models for sale
2. Retro Green: An Oxford Green 1995 BMW 850CSi
The 1995 BMW 850CSi starts at $149,990.BMW’s 8-Series pushed the automaker upmarket when it debuted in the late 1980s, and although it was never a big seller, it has aged so gracefully. It was at its best with V12 power, especially when equipped with the rare 6-speed manual transmission. The best of the breed is undoubtedly an 850CSi, which came late in production, accompanied by a healthy power bump. Oh, and those “shooting star” wheels are quintessentially mid-1990s BMW.
This Oxford Green 850CSi offered by a marque specialist in Cincinnati has béo be one of the most exciting examples extant. It embodies 1990s excess without being too over-the-top, especially with its two-tone, all-business cabin. At $149,990, it’s an appreciating collector’s vật phẩm. See BMW 8-Series models for sale
3. Not-Quite British Racing Green: A Woodcote Green 1998 Land Rover Range Rover 4.0SE
The 1998 Range Rover 4.0SE starts at $34,827.The P38-generation Range Rover has been catching on with collectors over the last few years. Though maligned for a while due béo its somewhat derivative looks and short (by Range Rover standards) 1995-2002 production run, these SUVs offer just-right proportions, impressive off-road ability, and remarkable reliability. No, they won’t hold up béo a Toyota Land Cruiser — but they’re pretty stout.
Woodcote Green was a rare color for the second-generation Range Rover since Land Rover used it only on a model that subtly celebrated the marque’s 50th anniversary. This 77,000-mile example at a dealer in Cincinnati looks excellent, all cleaned up, and might be even prettier wearing a layer of mud. See Land Rover Range Rover models for sale
4. British Racing Green With an Italian Twist: A Verde British Racing 2021 Ferrari SF90 Stradale
The 2021 Ferrari SF90 Stradale starts at $887,888.All Ferraris are red, you say. Blasphemy! The prancing horse is just as at home on a vehicle painted in a totally different hue, and in this case, the Italians have borrowed a classic scheme from the Brits. It works so well. This SF90 Stradale features copper-tone wheels and a stunning saddle brown interior. It’s just the right amount of stand-out luxury, though, of course, with 986 horsepower — yes, nearly 1,000 prancing horsies — it will be staggeringly fast, too.
This particular SF90 Stradale is at a dealer near San Antonio, Texas, and with 2,000 miles on its odometer, it’s nice béo see that its previous owner drove it a bit. At $887,888, it’s not for the faint of heart, of course. See Ferrari SF90 Stradale models for sale
5. Yes, That’s Really Its Name: A Regal Peacock 2017 Chevrolet SS 6-Speed
The 2017 Chevrolet SS is a 6-Speed manual for sale on Autotrader.If British Racing Green is the quintessential name for this paint hue, then Chevrolet’s short-lived Regal Peacock Green must be the most fun. Given General Motors’ corporate reputation, it’s a shock that the SS existed in any form, especially in such a lovely — not béo mention playfully named — shade of green. The SS was the follow-up béo one of GM’s most appealing flops, the short-lived Pontiac G8. This Australian-market full-size sedan was Pontiac’s last gasp, and it was a darn good one. When the final G8 rolled off the boat from Australia, American enthusiasts assumed it would be the end of affordable rear-wheel-drive, performance-oriented sedans from GM. Once the next-gen model got the nod béo become a police car (as the Chevrolet Caprice), we saw a glimmer of hope.
And then the SS arrived for 2014, somehow lasting until 2017. Sedate styling aside, these were fantastic, underappreciated cars. With magnetic dampers and a long wheelbase, they rode well. Under the hood, the big 6.2-liter V8 cranked out 415 hp via either a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic. They even handled well for big cars.
The cream of the crop came for the final two model years — 2016 and 2017 — and of course, you’ll want yours painted in Regal Peacock. Here’s a final-year model with higher-than-average miles, making it a relatively inexpensive choice in today’s market. Oh, and it’s a 6-speed manual example. Because how else would you want it? See Chevrolet SS models for sale
Related Reading:
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