My Ivory Pearl has been fixed twice. Dealership spent $400 repainting the entire hood, and I don't know how much to repair a big door ding that they created while it was there for the hood fix. Both turned out great. If you're a bit lazy like me, IP will look fine even if you don't wash for a long time...ya just don't notice the dirt as much.
ive owned a black car....ive owned a white car...i own a diamond graphite FX and from what i see ,(and what everyone else always says), the lighter the color gets, the easier it is to keep clean. white was the best, black the worst, and DG isnt too bad, but not as good as white.
they need to make a color called "dirt" so that you will never have to worry about getting dirt on it :twisted:
ditto, silver is a breeze keep clean. or look clean. big reason I chose it...I knew i was going to park it outside a lot and expose it to a lot of elements and cant afford to be cleaning it everyday. Although I like to... :lol:
I've had several white and silver vehicles, and they're about the same to me...both appear cleaner than they are. And, as seldom as I've cleaned my FX (roughly once a month), it's always managed to look clean. 8)
Ive had Black cars, and they are a pain to keep clean. Nowadays I cant afford to spend 3-4 hours a weekend to wash/wax. (Geez, even bringing my Jeep back from wheelin I take it to the detail shop :lol: ) BS has been working well in the "you cant tell its dirty" dept.