my GF learned the hard way with my old coupe, jumping in right away on a hot day with a lot of skin exposed....and that didn't end wellShe's a beauty! Congrats on the new ride and welcome to the forum. I see that you are in Houston so window tint is a must. I lived in Dallas for 7 years and lost more than a few layers of skin to hot car seats!
:x Mila :x
Yes, it's black on black. Everyone commenting on it has said that it's definitely the nicest look. That being said, it's definitely a pain to keep clean. I'm walking around with a washcloth to wipe smudges off.Thankfully in Canada we rarely have to worry about hot seats, in fact we have seat warmers that we use most of the year.
Do you have a black interior as well?
Where did they scratch it?I came back from getting my windows tinted yesterday, and there was a scratch on it. On my way to take it back to the dealership to fix it, I got a freaking speeding ticket. My first one in 12 years. I just flat-out wasn't paying attention, trying to fidget around with the controls, and next thing I know, a cop is behind me, and I look down with the gauge over 80. I'm sooooo annoyed...at the dealership for making me go back to get it fixed, and myself for speeding in the first place. In my defense, it was going so smooth, I honestly couldn't tell I was speeding.
Owning black cars is a part time job. Dont ask me how I know...Yes, it's black on black. Everyone commenting on it has said that it's definitely the nicest look. That being said, it's definitely a pain to keep clean. I'm walking around with a washcloth to wipe smudges off.
Just make sure you have a good lawyer, i've gotten away with things I was clearly guilty of, got to love getting calls from my lawyer about cases i'm clearly guilty of that get dropped completely
It doesn't have to be a part time job.Owning black cars is a part time job. Dont ask me how I know...