Mercedes-Benz 040 Paint Code
Each Mercedes-Benz vehicle is stamped with key details relating to its manufacture. One of these details is the colour.
Your paint code can be found on a sticker either in the driver side door jamb, or on the radiator crossover bar (older codes will prefix with DB). It’s usually three digits long.
The Mercedes-Benz 040 paint code is one of the most popular colors. It’s a sharp look that requires very little maintenance. The color hides swirl marks very well and is a good choice for those who do not want to spend a lot of time maintaining their car’s exterior.
To find your paint code, check the Mercedes-Benz identificaiton sticker on your vehicle. It will contain twenty sets of three digits and may have the prefix DB. It can be located in the driver side door jamb, the radiator crossover or support bar, or on the engine compartment adhesive to the underside of the hood.
Mercedes-Benz silver is a nice color that is less maintenance intensive than black. It is also a good alternative to steel gray metallic.
Your Mercedes-Benz is painted at the factory with a high quality basecoat/clearcoat system. This two-step paint system consists of a color-matched basecoat, followed by a clearcoat to provide a long lasting, durable finish. AutomotiveTouchup products faithfully reproduce your vehicle manufacturer’s basecoat/clearcoat system.
Your Mercedes-Benz’s paint code is located on the identificaiton sticker in the driver side door jamb, radiator crossover or support bar, and engine compartment adhesion underside of hood. The code will be a series of three numbers and may start with a prefix of DB.
The Mercedes-Benz All Models was painted at the factory with a high quality basecoat/clearcoat system. AutomotiveTouchup paint products faithfully reproduce your vehicle manufacturer’s basecoat/clearcoat color. Find your Mercedes-Benz All Models paint code on the identificaiton sticker located on the driver side door jamb, on the radiator support bar, or under the hood. The code will be three or four digits long and may have a prefix of DB.
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I’ve seen shops get a nearly indistinguishable result with the current two stage paints but why add complexity and problems when the single stage works fine?
AutomotiveTouchup’s Mercedes-Benz A Class touch up paint is custom mixed to perfectly match your vehicle color using a basecoat/clearcoat system like the factory paint your car came with. Order your Mercedes-Benz A Class touch up paint from us and we’ll give you back the luster and deep shine it had when new.
Find your Mercedes-Benz A Class’s paint code on the identification sticker located on the driver side door jamb, radiator support or underside of the hood. Normally the code will contain three numbers but older codes may be prefixed with DB.
Green is a nice color on Mercedes cars and can be found in the exterior trim. It looks very sharp when paired with natural beige leather interior. It’s a very durable paint and is easy to maintain. However, it does require regular washing with a mild soap and water.
Our touch up paint products are custom mixed based on your vehicle’s original factory color code. The code can be found on the identificaiton sticker located in the driver side door jamb, radiator support or underside of the hood. It is normally three numbers but older codes may have a prefix of DB. Orders are processed in three business days then shipped out for a fast delivery.
Mercedes-Benz vehicles are painted at the factory with a high quality basecoat/clearcoat system. AutomotiveTouchup products faithfully reproduce this two-step paint system, providing a perfect match with the original color.
Your Mercedes-Benz’s paint code is found on the identificaiton sticker on your driver side door jamb, radiator support or on the underside of the hood. This code is normally three numbers or may have a prefix of DB. You can also refer to the color chart below. This will help you determine the correct Mercedes-Benz touch up paint color for your vehicle.