By benhartin
On the road

Purchasing the right vehicle for your fleet is an important decision, there are many different makes, models and variants. All varied for different specifications; driveline, fuel efficiency, payload capacity, safety features and the list goes on, not to mention the many unique selling propositions (USPs) each vehicle has.

One thing that most fleet vehicles have in common, is that they usually have white paint, unless there is a compelling reason for the fleet to select coloured vehicles - they are almost unanimously white. Is it possible to have a unique fleet when most fleet vehicles are white you might ask? The answer is yes!

There are many different types of white paint and this article will list the most popular brands of vehicle and their names for white paint (all of which are subtly different). See below the major ute brands and their varieties of white paint/s:

Ford Ranger – Arctic White.
Toyota Hilux – Glacier White                                    Paint Code 040
Toyota Landcruiser – Glacier White                         Paint Code 058
Isuzu D-MAX – Splash White                                    Paint Code 527
Holden Colorado – Summit White                            Paint Code 8624
Nissan Navara – Polar White                                    Paint Code QM1
Mazda BT50 – Cool White                                        Paint Code A2W
Mitsubishi Triton – White                                          Paint Code CSW32

Hidrive Service Bodies are manufactured using colour coded 2K automotive finishes, matching the paint to the vehicle in white or OEM metallic, with the assurance of easy maintenance and long-lasting durability. Hidrive excel at matching these subtly different white variations to ensure the service body your fleet receives is consistent to your vehicles. Unlike many other companies, this is not a generic white powder coated product.

If you want high quality paint matching, no matter the white variation or colour, speak to us today.

Phone: 1300 368 161

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