Choose your Automotive paint color for your 2016 Volkswagen Beetle

Restore Your Volkswagen Finish In Two Steps

Select Your Volkswagen's Color (Step One)

AutomotiveTouchup paint products are custom mixed to perfectly match the color of your 2016 Volkswagen Beetle using a basecoat/clearcoat system just like factory specs. To insure a proper match, you’ll need to know your vehicle’s color code so you can find it on the chart below. The paint code is normally located in the back compartment panel in the trunk. Click here for Volkswagen paint code location diagrams and label examples.

Chip Color Codes Color Description
2016 Volkswagen Beetle Touch Up Paint | Black 041, 41, 9010, A1, A1A1, A1SL, A1SM, L041 041, 41, 9010, A1, A1A1, A1SL, A1SM, L041 Black
2016 Volkswagen Beetle Touch Up Paint | Reef Blue Metallic 0A, 0A0A, 0ASL, 0ASM, B5K, LB5K 0A, 0A0A, 0ASL, 0ASM, B5K, LB5K Reef Blue Metallic
2016 Volkswagen Beetle Touch Up Paint | Moon Rock Gray Metallic 0B, 0B0B, LP7W, P7W 0B, 0B0B, LP7W, P7W Moon Rock Gray Metallic
2016 Volkswagen Beetle Touch Up Paint | Oryxweiss Perleffekt 0K1, 0R, 0R0R, L0K1 0K1, 0R, 0R0R, L0K1 Oryxweiss Perleffekt
2016 Volkswagen Beetle Touch Up Paint | Pure White 0Q, 0Q0Q, C9A, LC9A 0Q, 0Q0Q, C9A, LC9A Pure White
2016 Volkswagen Beetle Touch Up Paint | Blue Silk Metallic 2B, 2B2B, D5L, LD5L 2B, 2B2B, D5L, LD5L Blue Silk Metallic
2016 Volkswagen Beetle Touch Up Paint | Dark Bronze Metallic 2J2J, B8Q, LB8Q 2J2J, B8Q, LB8Q Dark Bronze Metallic
2016 Volkswagen Beetle Touch Up Paint | Platinum Gray Metallic 2R, 2R2R, 9046, D7X, LD7X 2R, 2R2R, 9046, D7X, LD7X Platinum Gray Metallic
2016 Volkswagen Beetle Touch Up Paint | Deep Black Pearl 2T2T, 2TSL, 2TSM, C9X, LC9X 2T2T, 2TSL, 2TSM, C9X, LC9X Deep Black Pearl
2016 Volkswagen Beetle Touch Up Paint | Reflex Silver Metallic 41, 8E, 8E8E, 8ESL, 8ESM, 9560118, A7W, LA7W 41, 8E, 8E8E, 8ESL, 8ESM, 9560118, A7W, LA7W Reflex Silver Metallic
2016 Volkswagen Beetle Touch Up Paint | Toffee Brown Metallic 4Q, 4Q4Q, 4QSL, 4QSM, H8Z, LH8Z 4Q, 4Q4Q, 4QSL, 4QSM, H8Z, LH8Z Toffee Brown Metallic
2016 Volkswagen Beetle Touch Up Paint | Stonewashed Blue Metallic 5Y5Y, D5H, LD5H 5Y5Y, D5H, LD5H Stonewashed Blue Metallic
2016 Volkswagen Beetle Touch Up Paint | Tornado Red 9301, 9310, G2, G2G2, LY3D, Y3D 9301, 9310, G2, G2G2, LY3D, Y3D Tornado Red
2016 Volkswagen Beetle Touch Up Paint | Sandstorm Yellow Metallic 9U9U, D1Z, LD1Z 9U9U, D1Z, LD1Z Sandstorm Yellow Metallic
2016 Volkswagen Beetle Touch Up Paint | Sunflower Yellow B1B, LB1B, T1, T1T1 B1B, LB1B, T1, T1T1 Sunflower Yellow
2016 Volkswagen Beetle Touch Up Paint | Habanero Orange Metallic B2Y, LB2Y, V9V9 B2Y, LB2Y, V9V9 Habanero Orange Metallic
2016 Volkswagen Beetle Touch Up Paint | Denim Blue LP5F, P5F, X0, X0SL, X0SM, X0X0 LP5F, P5F, X0, X0SL, X0SM, X0X0 Denim Blue

 

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Why The Two-Step Paint System?

Your 2016 Volkswagen Beetle is painted at the factory with a high quality basecoat/clearcoat system. This two-step paint system consists of step one, the basecoat, which is your car’s actual color, and step two, the clearcoat, the specially formulated clear paint that protects the base color and provides the luster and deep shine your vehicle came with when new. AutomotiveTouchup products faithfully reproduce your vehicle manufacturer’s basecoat/clearcoat system.

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

Lois L M, owner of a 2015 Volkswagen Tiguan from Manchester Township, NJ

Perfect match. Quick order processing and delivery.

David P S, owner of a 2015 Volkswagen Tiguan from Amado, AZ

I have used your company many times for my vehicles. I change vehicles more often than most people change their socks. Your colors are always perfect but my biggest complaint is the bottle cap. Even if I clean all the paint off of the bottle rim and inside the cap, it seems as though the cap is almost impossible to remove at a later time. I usually end up tapping the top of the cap on the top with a small plastic hammer making sure to hit it evenly all along the top rim. But, even then, the cap is very difficult to remove after the initial use. Is there a magic formula or secret trick for doing this that I am missing? Of course, the problem is with the so called "Child Proof Lid" that just continues to slip no matter how much pressure I put on the top while attempting to remove it. Thanks very much, David Sader [ATU Note: Sorry you couldn't get the cap off. Occasionally we will replace the bottle. While I seldom have problems getting the cap off I do know it can be a pain. Channellock pliers work well for removing a child resistant cap.]

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