I agree with TheWorm here. I think GG looks terrific (I saw Acurate's GG & it was spectacular) and I have seen SS at the dealer look terrific too. My last car was Honda's Heather Mist - a "champagne/silver/beige/??" that was very easy to keep clean.TheWorm said:I think either GG or SS are great choices. Silver will be easier to maintain -- it'll stay cleaner since it's lighter. It'll have a bright shine. A well-detailed GG will have a deep shine, but can appear kinda dreary on cloudy days. [/B]
Don't forget that GG was offered in '01. I think it was the 2nd or 3rd highest seller in '01 (something like 18%). I would guess resale on SS vs. GG is similar. GG is pretty easy to keep clean (maybe a little tougher than SS) and looking good. Again, if possible line them up and decide. For me GG was unusual (i.e. unique) and that was the clincher. Besides, with GG you get several colors in one!jskibi said:I was torn between the two colors. Then I heard that '02 will be the only year of the GG color availability. Will this be good or bad for resale? Is it discontinued because of lack of sales (I really doubt it)? Or will the resale of a limited color be in favor of those that own the vehicle ? Both are unquestionably beautiful colors. Is the GG that difficult to maintain a good shine? Or lack luster in flat light?
Anyone care to share similar thoughts???