First Insight I ever saw was a citrus yellow, almost a year before I bought mine. I got a closer look at a citrus on the east coast. Wish I had bought that color; it is quite distinctive and also quite rare (was only made in 2000). Silvers like mine are common.
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At first, I didn't like the Citrus Yellow, but it has definitely grown on me, to the point that I wish that I had gotten my Insight (2000 Silver, #1203) in that color, especially since it became a first year only color, making it all that much more rare. You definitely have an advantage in finding your car in a parking lot with that color (unless you have SUV's parked around you!).
Citrus is rare. They only made it for 2000 and I'm guessing only a few hundred were painted this color. And really it is the Insight color. All the pre production and concepts were painted Citrus Yellow. It's space alien green. You either love it or hate it. If you want a color that screams "LOOK AT ME!" you won't find any better. If I were to ever repaint mine I would seriously have to consider a color change to citrus.
BTW, I was told by my dealership that there was a guy near here who had a citrus one with licence plate "90 MPG" that curb slid it and totaled it.
Thanks for that link, the citrus yellow doesn't really look that bad, it actually makes the car look a little more futuristic .....
The owner said that the only physical flaw is that the car has a 1 inch crack in the rear bumper because she accidentaly backed into a small pole and she also set her purse on top of the car and made some small scratches.
Do you guys think it would cost a lot to fix that small crack on the bumper?