The Nissan Murano:

Orange or copper has been a staple since its introduction for the 2003 model year. The current generation of Nissan’s midsize two-row crossover keeps that going with “Pacific Sunset,” a rich multilayer orange. It’s metallic and has noticeable thickness to the clear coat. In a market segment aimed directly at empty-nest Boomers and Xers, the Murano only really competes with Ford’s Edge, which has typical shades of beige, gray, and blue. The orange really stands out:

if brown is more your thing, try the Java Metallic, a bronzed gray more than brown. It still looks good and stands out from the monochrome shades of crossovers that dominate the market.