Choose your Automotive paint color for your 2012 BMW 1-SERIES

Select the color of your vehicle from the table below.

If you have any doubt about the color of your 2012 BMW 1-SERIES, please note: The paint code can be located underneath the hood near the front strut tower, on the firewall, or the passenger side wheel housing. Click here for BMW paint code location chart and paint code label examples.

Choose Your Paint Color:

Chip Color Codes Color Description
2012 BMW 1-SERIES Touch Up Paint | Alpine White III 300 300 Alpine White III
2012 BMW 1-SERIES Touch Up Paint | Titanium Silver Metallic 354 354 Titanium Silver Metallic
2012 BMW 1-SERIES Touch Up Paint | Lemans Blue Metallic 381 381 Lemans Blue Metallic
2012 BMW 1-SERIES Touch Up Paint | Carbon Black Metallic 416 416 Carbon Black Metallic
2012 BMW 1-SERIES Touch Up Paint | Black Sapphire Metallic 475 475 Black Sapphire Metallic
2012 BMW 1-SERIES Touch Up Paint | Bluewater Metallic 496, 896 496, 896 Bluewater Metallic
2012 BMW 1-SERIES Touch Up Paint | Jet Black 668 668 Jet Black
2012 BMW 1-SERIES Touch Up Paint | Montego Blue Metallic A51 A51 Montego Blue Metallic
2012 BMW 1-SERIES Touch Up Paint | Space Gray Metallic A52 A52 Space Gray Metallic
2012 BMW 1-SERIES Touch Up Paint | Crimson Red A61 A61 Crimson Red
2012 BMW 1-SERIES Touch Up Paint | Cashmere Silver Metallic A72 A72 Cashmere Silver Metallic
2012 BMW 1-SERIES Touch Up Paint | Deep Sea Blue Metallic A76 A76 Deep Sea Blue Metallic
2012 BMW 1-SERIES Touch Up Paint | Vermillion Red Metallic A82 A82 Vermillion Red Metallic
2012 BMW 1-SERIES Touch Up Paint | Mineral White Pearl A96 A96 Mineral White Pearl
2012 BMW 1-SERIES Touch Up Paint | Marakeschbraun Metallic/Marrakesh Brown Metallic B09 B09 Marakeschbraun Metallic/Marrakesh Brown Metallic
2012 BMW 1-SERIES Touch Up Paint | Midnight Blue Metallic B38 B38 Midnight Blue Metallic
2012 BMW 1-SERIES Touch Up Paint | Mineralgrau Metallic B39 B39 Mineralgrau Metallic
2012 BMW 1-SERIES Touch Up Paint | Liquid Blue Metallic B40 B40 Liquid Blue Metallic
2012 BMW 1-SERIES Touch Up Paint | Valencia Orange Metallic B44 B44 Valencia Orange Metallic
2012 BMW 1-SERIES Touch Up Paint | Estorilblau II Metallic B45 B45 Estorilblau II Metallic

 

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Did you choose the wrong model? How about the 2012 BMW 2-Series, 3-Series, 3-Series Cabrio, 4-Series, 5-Series, 6-Series, 7-Series, Alpina B7, M3, M4, M5, M6, X1, X3, X5, X6, or Z4?  If you're still not sure, take a look at our All 2012 BMW Models page.  Or, just go to our page dedicated to BMW Touch Up Paint

Here's what our customers are saying about our Touch Up Paint:

Stephen R, owner of a 2012 BMW 1-Series from Bella Vista, AR

I dinged the door on my 2012 1 series BMW when I hit the door against a flower pot in my garage. The combination of touch-up paint and clear coat from Automotive Touchup made for a perfectly blended match. I would definitely recommend this product.

David J, owner of a 2012 BMW 1-Series from Los Alamitos, CA

The color matched perfectly. It took me a while to figure out the tip was interchangeable/you could reverse it. The only difficulty I had was to make the brush stroke smooth. I would recommend your company. I had someone Dr Paint Chip come out to my home before and I did a better job! Well done.

Javier G, owner of a 2012 BMW 1-Series from Manati, PR

I am very pleased with the touch up color and price of the product, a significant expense was avoided by correcting the small needs that I had. My BMW looks great again thanks.

Andrew O, owner of a 2012 BMW 1-Series from Pacific Palisades, CA

Am very pleased that the can of Valencia Orange spray paint was able to very closely match the factory colour. My 1M very conveniently lost its rear the tow hook cover (probably somewhere on the 405)... I used similar touchup paint sprays from 2 other companies and the cover always stood out like a sore thumb no matter what I tried. Automotive Touchup's paint was however almost spot-on. It is not a perfect match... but it's close enough that the cover isn't calling attention to itself. Factory paint itself has certain variability between batches.... so a close match such as this is the only practical & cost-effective solution available for this relatively minor repair situation.

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