Post # 46
That reminded me of a car game we used to play with the kids on long journeys.
They would take turns on a stretch of road. Oncoming white cars=1 point, black cars=2, silver/grey=3, red/gold=4 , blue=5, green or yellow=10. Who ever got the most points adding up their car colours won. My youngest always wanted to own blue, green or yellow car because they are ” worth more”.
Post # 47
I have a BMW X1 too!! Both colours look gorgeous on that car (but then again, I think any colour would, just my opinion). For me, I like the grey better, but only because I am someone that doesn’t want to stand out too much with my car and I like classic and understated. I think the bright blue is really nice too and if you have the personality to drive it, go for it! My X1’s colour is called Cashmere Silver Metallic which is like a metallic champagne colour. Maybe a bit boring like silver for most people, but it’s really grown on me and always looks nice.
Post # 48
That blue color is to die for! It’s very similar to “Caribbean Blue” which some Hyundais came in a couple of years ago, I think it’s now “Surf Blue”. Every time I see a car in that color it turns my head. I’m 35 and going to start looking at new cars soon, and I definitely want blue or red (I currently have red) if possible.
Post # 49
Grey is boring, BMW’s are fun sporty cars, not meant to be boring. Go Blue! My dad has an old school 2003 M5 in bright blue, and even at 17 years old, people compliment that car everywhere he goes.
Post # 50
I’d go for the blue. Surprisingly, my Mom just bought herself a new car and got that same color blue (she is 62 years old) after having grey cars all her life. That blue was only offered for the fully loaded model and that’s what she got, so she figured she would get something different and cool. I don’t think you will regret it.