I just did a 3 day test drive in a vauxhall fleet demo car - it was built in jan and had only done a few miles - it was in Misty Lake which looked fantastic
but what was the point of them giving me a spec that's i can't have? - the spec sheet should have said that the colour was discontinued
My local dealer was well aware when I went for a test drive in late January that Misty Lake was no longer available to order. However I am purchasing elsewhere and Misty Lake was available - presumably a stock order that went in before the discontinuation.
The Misty Lake coloured Mokka debate continues.....now that i've got mine I must admit the colour is a lot better in the flesh. I would describe it as grey/blue dependant on the light level (in sunlight it has a blue tint, in the dark tho its more grey/silver).
The V5 from DVLA describes it as grey.....i hope this helps to clear things up.
Ad for the colours discontinuance.....who knows why?? Maybe Vauxhall have a valid reason for it
Seems that Misty Lake was only offered on a Vauxhall Mokka, (not Encore, Trax or Opel) the Buick does have a colour called Glacier Blue, I wonder if that is the same?
I wonder how many cars they paint at the same time over there and if that makes a difference to what colours are offered. Edited by: tetchmeister