In person is of course the best way to go about it. The downside is what colors you will be able to see in person before ordering, depending on what color, it may be a bit of a wait.I'm finding a number of the colors are really sensitive to white balance. I wonder what they'll look like in person. I've seen the green look everything from almost a cross between old school olive drab and pine to mushy baby poop like in this picture. The orange has looked anywhere from washed out yuck to almost red. Anvil has looked like anything form a dark blue gray to a kind of grayish robins egg blue.
I like this blue personally. It is a bit more saturated which I think makes it look more fun and less serious than many of the other blues around. Many other blues are so dark that they look boring. I like that this one has some more personality.Found a ton of Renegade listings on a Belgium dealership's website and low and behold.. SIERRA BLUE!
I'm a bit disappointed to be honest.
I expected it to be more metallic- or at least to have more depth to it than the pictures show unless photos don't do it justice and it truly is a color you have to experience in person to really see it.. time will tell i guess!
Metallic for an offroad vehicle? There is a reason offroad and dual-sport motorcycles use solid colors, whereas streetbikes are often metallic. The solids are so much easier to maintain, as in chip-repair. Ideal for the rough and tumble world, lest they become poseur Jeeps.I'm very disappointed that the blue isn't a metallic. Except for the silver, all the colors are solid. I'm also afraid that if it doesn't photograph well, it won't look that good in person either.
No matte. It looks cool and all, but caring for it is a HUGE PITA. Satin can be a bit better. But shiny solid colors are a good compromise of fun, ease of use, and practicality.Exactly. Who wants a sparkly Jeep anyways? Solid colors are the way to go. Matte would be even better.
Yeah I know... but it looks good.No matte. It looks cool and all, but caring for it is a HUGE PITA. Satin can be a bit better. But shiny solid colors are a good compromise of fun, ease of use, and practicality.