Fun-seekers looking to brighten up those cloudy summer days should head down to their nearest MG dealer for a mood enhancing test drive. With the psychology of colour suggesting that yellow inspires happiness and red excites passions, a spin in an MG3 could be just the boost needed to chase those post-holiday blues away.
What’s more, for a limited time only, you can take to the roads in a top of the range MG3 Style+ from just £189* per month.
White, black and grey continue to be the best-selling car colours in the UK, while red, yellow and silver also feature heavily in the top ten. And, with eight trendy colour options and a further 13 graphics packs on offer, fashion-conscious MG3 drivers can match their car to both their outfit and their mood. Stylish classics like Whiter than White and Newton Black are joined by youthful Hello Yellow, adventurous Ruby Red and glamorous Silver Fox with a variety of roof combinations to add to the mix.
And, for those looking to make an even bigger splash, graphics packs from Burnout to Trophy Stripe, Candy to Waves, are available from just £280, excluding fitting. Or go for a subtle touch of colour with Wasabi, Pink or Red mirror caps from just £70, while black, white, red and grey accents are available on your wheels from just £720.
So, what does your choice of car colour say about you? Yellow is perceived to be a cheery and warm colour and has also been associated with increasing the metabolism – a good thing as we find ourselves in beach body season! Red car owners are likely to be passionate, optimistic and ready for adventure – showing off their fun nature in their choice of colour. Those driving black cars are thought to be powerful and stylish, while white is often seen as a sign of focus and cleanliness.
Matthew Cheyne, Head of Sales and Marketing at MG Motor UK, added: “With the British summer playing its usual tricks, sunshine is not guaranteed. But you don’t need to look to the skies to manage your mood. The MG colourways boost happiness, inflame passions and inspire customisation. Go personal and do things your own way!”