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Choose your Automotive paint color for your 2008 Daihatsu Sirion.

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Select the color for your 2008 Daihatsu Sirion below by clicking on any item in the corresponding row. After the color is selected, just click the "choose your color" button to see the products we offer with that color!

Make 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.

Chip Color Code(s) Color Description
2008 Daihatsu Sirion Touch Up Paint | Dark Blue Mica B42 B42 Dark Blue Mica
2008 Daihatsu Sirion Touch Up Paint | Mint Blue Opal Metallic B57 B57 Mint Blue Opal Metallic
2008 Daihatsu Sirion Touch Up Paint | Yellow Green Metallic G43 G43 Yellow Green Metallic
2008 Daihatsu Sirion Touch Up Paint | Light Rose Metallic MK9, T16 MK9, T16 Light Rose Metallic
2008 Daihatsu Sirion Touch Up Paint | Pure Red R29 R29 Pure Red
2008 Daihatsu Sirion Touch Up Paint | Shining Red R40 R40 Shining Red
2008 Daihatsu Sirion Touch Up Paint | Pink Coral Metallic R43 R43 Pink Coral Metallic
2008 Daihatsu Sirion Touch Up Paint | Maroon Brown Mica R56 R56 Maroon Brown Mica
2008 Daihatsu Sirion Touch Up Paint | Silver Metallic S28 S28 Silver Metallic
2008 Daihatsu Sirion Touch Up Paint | Champagne Metallic T17 T17 Champagne Metallic
2008 Daihatsu Sirion Touch Up Paint | White Pearl W16 W16 White Pearl
2008 Daihatsu Sirion Touch Up Paint | Black Mica X07 X07 Black Mica
2008 Daihatsu Sirion Touch Up Paint | Yellow Y07 Y07 Yellow


Did you choose the wrong model? How about the 2008 Daihatsu Boon, Charade, Cocoa Mira, or e:S Mira?  If you're still not sure, take a look at our All 2008 Daihatsu Models page.  Or, just go to our page dedicated to Daihatsu Touch Up Paint


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



Scott S, owner of a 1988 Chevrolet from Tucson, AZ

Since this is my first attempt at touching up an entire vehicle, there's definitely a learning curve to doing the job properly (1st is a NIOSH rated mask and goggles for safety). And there are many ways to do this job, my 88 Chevy P/U was a good pick for repaint with lots of scratches, divots, etc. I chose to spot paint small isolated divots, area paint other strips like the front of the hood with hundreds of divots and inside the P/U load box. The trick is getting the exact color which I received from AutomotiveTouchup and EXTREME care in clear coating for an even coat and shine without drips or striations. Still in the process of clear coating the hood, wet sanding (1200-1500 grit for blending with original paint) and buffing with red, white polishing compounds and regular polish with a final wax coat. I am an amateur, so expecting perfection is out of the question, but with patience (for me, about 3 weeks 3-4 hrs per 5 day work week) and the right compounds I'll get as close to factory paint as is possible thanks to AutomotiveTouchup. With a shiny 26 yr old truck that looks like new, learning curve is complete. Pics to come later.

Tom R, owner of a 2002 Buick Century from Saint Louis, MO

Good match on the spray can base coat. 2oz Touchup didn't seem to have enough sparkle bits in it or perhaps the bits were just stuck to the sides of the bottle. The color was very good.

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