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Why not take out the guesswork guys.
Get the paint code from the plate either in the engine bay or inside front door jam.
Phone up a Renault dealer and quote the numbers to them - they can then tell you the exact colour and also give you a price for their "touch up" paint at the same time.
That way you save buying the wrong colour. Personally I would buy the Renault genuine touch up paint, that way you are more likely to get a beter colour match. Nothing wrong with Halfords but no cheaper, so go for the genuine article.
Currently in SportTourer's garage:
2010 Laguna III SportTourer Initiale Tom Tom.
Last edited by SportTourer; 25th October 2005 at 08:37 AM.