Ranked: These are the most popular car colors in the U.S.

You can get a car in nearly any color of the rainbow.

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When you get a new car, one of the first questions you get asked is, "What color did you go with?" or some such variation on the theme. America's most popular car colors are somewhat predictable, but there are some interesting tidbits in the new survey by iSeeCars.com including the fact that orange is four times more popular than purple.

To get the results, the study examined over 9.4 million cars on the road to determine the share for each color.

Here are America's most popular car colors.

No. 13 - Purple: 0.1%

2020 Dodge Challenger in Plum Crazy\u200b

2020 Dodge Challenger in Plum Crazy

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No. 12 - Yellow: 0.2%

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2020 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon EcoDiesel in Hellayella

No. 11 - Gold: 0.3%

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2008 Lexus RX Hybrid

No. 10 (tie) - Orange: 0.4%

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2018 Jeep Renegade Trailhawk

No. 10 (tie) - Beige: 0.4%

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2020 Mercedes-Benz A22 in Mojave Silver Metallic

No. 8 - Green: 0.7%

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2019 Dodge Challenger in Sublime

No. 7 - Brown: 1.4%

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2020 Subaru Outback in Cinnamon Brown Pearl

No. 6 - Blue: 9%

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2020 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon EcoDiesel in Ocean Blue Metallic

No. 5 - Red: 10.3%

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2020 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon in Firecracker Red

No. 4 - Silver: 14.5%

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2020 Jeep Gladiator in Billet Silver Metallic

No. 3 - Gray: 15.5%

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2021 Audi RS 6 Avant in

No. 2 - Black: 23.3%

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2019 Kia Niro EV in Aurora Black Pearl

America's Most Popular Car Color: White - 23.9%

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2019 Ford Fusion in White Platinum

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The 2022 Acura TLX has the technology enabled.

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Toyota and Lexus announced that the WarnerMedia RIDE app would be coming to their models earlier this year. Now, Honda and Acura will be offering the same.

On certain Wi-Fi enabled Honda and Acura vehicles, AT&T unlimited in-car Wi-Fi users will have access to the WarnerMedia RIDE app. The app allows users to connect multiple devices in their vehicles to browse, stream and share premium content from the WarnerMedia library while on the road.

Honda and Acura vehicle owners have been able to use their on-board modem as a hot spot for connecting up to seven devices since 2017. Models compatible for the new tech include the Acura RDX (2019-present), Acura TLX (2021), and Acura MDX (2022) across all trim levels. Honda vehicles with the tech include Accord (2018-present, Touring), Odyssey (2018-present; Touring, Elite), Insight (2019-present, Touring)., Passport (2019-present; Touring, Elite)., and Pilot (2019-present; Touring, Elite, Black Edition).

The WarnerMedia RIDE App allows passengers to access 1,000+ hours of live and on-demand entertainment. The app includes hit TV shows and movies from top brands such as Cartoon Network, CNN, HBO Max, TBS, TNT and TruTV, spanning animation, entertainment, news, sports and more.

WarnerMedia RIDE app The WarnerMedia RIDE app allows users to choose their own avatar.Photo courtesy of Acura

Users can set up profiles and personalize their user exerpience with an avatar from the WarnerMedia library. Profiles also ensure age-appropriate content with options for adults to restrict access to their profiles with an access code.

"Wireless connectivity and connected car services continue to be key features for customers and our long-standing relationship with AT&T continues to be one way we deliver exciting new content to Honda and Acura owners," said Art St. Cyr, vice president of North American Auto Strategy for American Honda. "Honda will continue working to enhance the in-car experience, including the capabilities of the AT&T network and access to top content with WarnerMedia RIDE."

"We're always looking for new and innovative ways to elevate the connected car experience for our customers. With WarnerMedia RIDE, we are delivering a connected experience that's perfect for journeys," said Joe Mosele, vice president, Mobility & Internet of Things, AT&T. "Our collaboration is keeping Honda and Acura owners connected wherever they travel with hours of news and entertainment for the whole family."

WarnerMedia RIDE is available now in the App Store and on Google Play for all U.S. unlimited data plan subscribers. WarnerMedia RIDE is included at no additional cost for existing and new unlimited subscribers.

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The 2022 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Bronze Edition is a fresh addition to the company's lineup.

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Double takes aren't always good. In a curious twist, Toyota has decided to give its Highlander SUV bronze accents as part of a special edition model for 2022. The 2022 Highlander Hybrid Bronze Edition will be positioned between the Hybrid XLE and Hybrid Limited in the company's lineup.

Each 2022 Highlander Hybrid Bronze Edition gets bronze-colored accents on the exterior and interior, including 18-inch bronze wheels, bronze interior stitching, illuminated bronze door sills, and SofTex-trimmed seats with a fabric insert and bronze stitching. The SUVs also have unique floor and cargo mats.

Toyota will offer the new model with either a Cement or Wind Chill Pearl paint job.

2022 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Bronze Edition

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The new three-row SUV builds on the Highlander Hybrid XLE and is available in front- or all-wheel drive. It has the same 2.5-liter four-cylinder hybrid engine and two electric motors as other Highlander Hybrids. It gets an EPA-estimated 36 mpg combined.

It gets hands-free power lift gate, rain-sensing wipers, a digital rearview mirror, 1500-watt power outlet, puddle lamps with the Highlander logo, in-dash ambient lighting, driver seat memory, 10-way power-adjustable driver seat, and LED daytime running lights.

Some of the model's equipment is part of revisions to the Highlander product line for 2022 including a height/tilt power-adjustable passenger seat. For 2022, that feature will be standard on Highlander XLE and above trim levels.

Every new Highlander comes standard with Toyota's 36-month/36,000-mile basic new-vehicle warranty. A 60-month/60,000-mile powertrain warranty is also standard. Highlander Hybrid models have their hybrid components covered by a eight-year/100,000-mile warranty and the hybrid battery is covered for 10 years/150,000 miles. The battery warranty is transferrable between owners.

The 2022 Highlander Bronze Edition also comes with ToyotaCare, which covers normal factory-scheduled maintenance, for two years or 25,000 miles, whichever comes first, and two years of Roadside Assistance, regardless of mileage.

Pricing for the new SUV has yet to be announced.

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