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How to find Lancia color codes
Models like Thema, Zagatos, and Stratos all have their Lancia paint codes on the producer’s tag. The label’s location can vary between the models and years, but you should be able to find the Lancia paint codes in one of the spots below.
- Check under the hood in the middle of the vehicle.
- Under the hood, check the engine area on the passenger’s side
- Check under the lid of the trunk.
Lancia color codes are usually found on a silver sticker or tag. If you can’t find it on the trunk lid or under the hood, it may have been removed. Finding your Lancia paint code is still simple. Enter your vehicle details in our Lancia color code finder above, and it will present you with the correct paint code.
Alternatively, you can speak to a member of staff on 971-770-2372, and they can assist you. Our phones operate from 8 am to 2 pm throughout the week and on Saturday. Contact us on CustomerService@ERAPaints.com outside these hours.
Understanding your Lancia color code
As Fiat owns them, Lancia vehicles share a similar color code system. They are typically three digits long and do not contain any letters.
For example, the Lancia paint code is 620, representing Silver Metallic, whereas 111 refers to Morocco Beige. For older Lancia’s, you may see the code prefaced with LAN. For example, the code for Red Chester is LAN 190.
More about Lancia
Vincenzo Lancia and Claudio Fogolin founded Lancia in 1906 before becoming part of the Fiat in 1969. The first car the company ever made was the 12H HP Tipo 51. From there it went on to achieve global annual sales of 300,000 in 1990. However, since then, the brand has declined and in 2010 sold less than 100,00 units. The brand was modified to include rebadged Chrysler vehicles, and the Lancia badge stopped being offered in 2015. Lancia still has some presence in Italy, where the Lancia Ypsilon was the second best selling car in 2019.