"Most" of my recent cars have been white or silver because I don't wash them very often and they look best when dirty. Just sold an almost black metallic car and it looked dirty most of the time. If there were any really interesting colors, I could be tempted (and also tempted to keep it clean). BUT, if you have ever used one of the sites that value your used car that have the capability to do "plus" or "minus" based on color, you will find that white gets the highest resale and yellow the lowest. If you lease, this is a non-issue for you but if you trade every three years to keep up with technology, it can hurt. Ditto that the metallic whites really look much better than the plain white cars of yesteryear. Saw the new "Mustang" EV in this color at the Houston Auto Show in 2019 and it really looked good.