Choose your Automotive paint color for your 2000 Daihatsu Charade

Select the color of your vehicle from the table below.

If you have any doubt about the color of your 2000 Daihatsu Charade, please note: Most Daihatsu paint codes are located on the center or passenger side of the firewall. Click here for a Daihatsu paint code location chart.

Choose Your Paint Color:

Chip Color Codes Color Description
2000 Daihatsu Charade Touch Up Paint | Grayish Green Metallic 6M3 6M3 Grayish Green Metallic
2000 Daihatsu Charade Touch Up Paint | Dark Blue Metallic 8B4 8B4 Dark Blue Metallic
2000 Daihatsu Charade Touch Up Paint | Light Blue Metallic B16 B16 Light Blue Metallic
2000 Daihatsu Charade Touch Up Paint | Dark Blue B17 B17 Dark Blue
2000 Daihatsu Charade Touch Up Paint | Blue Pearl B23 B23 Blue Pearl
2000 Daihatsu Charade Touch Up Paint | Peacock Blue Pearl B30 B30 Peacock Blue Pearl
2000 Daihatsu Charade Touch Up Paint | Deep Turquoise Metallic B36 B36 Deep Turquoise Metallic
2000 Daihatsu Charade Touch Up Paint | Purplish Blue Mica B38 B38 Purplish Blue Mica
2000 Daihatsu Charade Touch Up Paint | Blue Mica B40 B40 Blue Mica
2000 Daihatsu Charade Touch Up Paint | Sea Sapphire Blue Mica B44 B44 Sea Sapphire Blue Mica
2000 Daihatsu Charade Touch Up Paint | Bluish Green G07 G07 Bluish Green
2000 Daihatsu Charade Touch Up Paint | Green Metallic G08 G08 Green Metallic
2000 Daihatsu Charade Touch Up Paint | Bright Jade Metallic G23 G23 Bright Jade Metallic
2000 Daihatsu Charade Touch Up Paint | Jade Green Metallic G31, NK5 G31, NK5 Jade Green Metallic
2000 Daihatsu Charade Touch Up Paint | Black Mica N05, X05 N05, X05 Black Mica
2000 Daihatsu Charade Touch Up Paint | Red Metallic NK6, R27 NK6, R27 Red Metallic
2000 Daihatsu Charade Touch Up Paint | Pure Red R19 R19 Pure Red
2000 Daihatsu Charade Touch Up Paint | Pure Red R29 R29 Pure Red
2000 Daihatsu Charade Touch Up Paint | Gun Metallic S04 S04 Gun Metallic
2000 Daihatsu Charade Touch Up Paint | Greenish Gray Pearl S14 S14 Greenish Gray Pearl
2000 Daihatsu Charade Touch Up Paint | Purple Silver Metallic S18 S18 Purple Silver Metallic
2000 Daihatsu Charade Touch Up Paint | Beige Metallic T03 T03 Beige Metallic
2000 Daihatsu Charade Touch Up Paint | Gold Metallic T09 T09 Gold Metallic
2000 Daihatsu Charade Touch Up Paint | White W05 W05 White
2000 Daihatsu Charade Touch Up Paint | Yellow Y04 Y04 Yellow

 

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Did you choose the wrong model? How about the 2000 Daihatsu Charade Limited, or Rocky Limited?  If you're still not sure, take a look at our All 2000 Daihatsu Models page.  Or, just go to our page dedicated to Daihatsu Touch Up Paint

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

Gene S, owner of a 2013 Chevrolet Malibu from Burbank, IL

Perfect match, first time.

Carl K, owner of a 2003 Dodge Caravan from Madison, WI

I used to work in a body shop in the 1970's, sweating in 120 degree temperatures in a Bink's booth painting cars. I have not done any auto painting since. I'm happy to see that heat is no longer required to obtain a professional looking paint job. Back then you could go to an auto parts store and order just about any color paint in a spray can from an outfit called Raabe. Now it appears Duplicolor has that market but didn't have my particular color. Using spray cans to paint a bumper would not be cheap. I had to paint a new primed bumper and ordered a pint of basecoat and clearcoat. Using a Sharpe Finex 3000 HVLP paint gun (a mid-level DIY gun) I applied the basecoat - took me a while to get used to that gun. Then the clear coat. In the garage under artificial light it didn't look like a match and I was sweating it. The next day I took the bumper out in the sunlight and installed it on the car and it was a perfect match. The bumper still needed cutdown and polishing but I didn't bother with that since it's only a bumper and going to get dinged again. When my wife saw it she said it looked like the bumper was brand new (well it was) and thought I did a great paint job. For my first use of a HVLP paint gun I made sure the drips/sags where on the bottom where she couldn't see them. In short I'm very pleased with the product and how it matched perfectly. I'm confident I could paint whole cars again if I wanted to.

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