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Re: Saddle Interior

I need some pics of this saddle leather. (I made sure to note that, due to above. lol)
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...I just can't hide it
Just remember to put some protective covers down first!
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Old 09-10-2010, 05:03 PM
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I need some pics of this saddle leather....
Download the PDF file of the sales brochure at Jeep.com, and there's a two page pic of that interior to get you almost as excited as Bozer!
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Download the PDF file of the sales brochure at Jeep.com, and there's a two page pic of that interior to get you almost as excited as Bozer!
URL? Maybe my browsers are in a bad mood for fishing out Jeep brochures.
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URL? Maybe my browsers are in a bad mood for fishing out Jeep brochures.
http://www.jeep.com/en/pdf/2011_grand_cherokee.pdf
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Very nice brochure, indeed -- thanks! Just what my wife, in particular, can use to tie together the mountain of bits and pieces of info. Great eye candy, too.

Agreed, the saddle interior looks great with the interior wood accents.
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Yes, nice that they produced that eye candy spread so we could get an idea of what we may like when we see it for real.
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I've seen this picture that was posted above as well since it's the pre-production JGC. The Saddle looks completely different in the pre-production pic vs. the production pic on Jeep's website that I've put below. In addition, the wood is different in the above and below pics, there is no wood on the shifter and there is no cover over the cup holders. I'm really anxiously awaiting the Saddle interior as well and won't order until I can see it in person which probably won't be until November based on when dealers can expect to receive some of these on the lots based on October production. On the pic below the Saddle looks much more of a dark brown which I LOVE but in the above pic it looks more orange which I can't stand so I hope it looks more like the below picture off the Jeep website. What do you all think?
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Re: Dark Brown or Orange Saddle Interior?

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I've seen this picture that was posted above as well since it's the pre-production JGC. The Saddle looks completely different in the pre-production pic vs. the production pic on Jeep's website that I've put below. In addition, the wood is different in the above and below pics, there is no wood on the shifter and there is no cover over the cup holders. I'm really anxiously awaiting the Saddle interior as well and won't order until I can see it in person which probably won't be until November based on when dealers can expect to receive some of these on the lots based on October production. On the pic below the Saddle looks much more of a dark brown which I LOVE but in the above pic it looks more orange which I can't stand so I hope it looks more like the below picture off the Jeep website. What do you all think?
I am with you. Love the brown, hate the orange. I'm not up on axle ratios and drive trains but I know something about color perception. Different lighting and different media will make things look differently. An interior shot for a catalogue looks different than a digital image of one. Plus your computer monitor unless it is color corrected will add a cast of it's own.
Bottom line. See the real thing under different lighting conditons, sunlight, shade and overcast.
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I am with you. Love the brown, hate the orange. I'm not up on axle ratios and drive trains but I know something about color perception. Different lighting and different media will make things look differently. An interior shot for a catalogue looks different than a digital image of one. Plus your computer monitor unless it is color corrected will add a cast of it's own.
Bottom line. See the real thing under different lighting conditons, sunlight, shade and overcast.
True!

I looked at 2011 Mustang's saddle interior showed mere brownish in person than those pictures show online we have seen (mere orange-brownish).

Tricky just because you just described. So it's obviously better to check them in person... human eyes still functions superior than cameras (even the best ones out there).

I want saddle also for the '11 GC, too... but I still need to see one in person before I decide... same thing with the mineral grey (ext.) as well.
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Re: Saddle Interior

I am ready to order an overland 4x4 hemi in white with the saddle interior. However, I am hesitating since I have not seen the saddle interior in person. I have a couple of concerns:
1. It appears that the headliner is a grey color. How does this look with the saddle brown. I'm concerned that it may really clash.
2. I also noticed that that the back of the front sets are black. This looks really choppy.
I'm begining to lean toward the frost interior, but am not sure that this will look as striking with the white exterior.

I would greatly appreciate any comments from anyone that has seen these interiors (Overlands are still few and far between in my area).
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