Re: Videos of the 2014 Grand Cherokee in action!
Originally Posted by Husker4theSpurs
What did you think of Billet Silver exterior in person? How about the black Overland interior versus the black Limited interior?
I thought the Billet Silver was very attractive. This was surprising because I had seen Billet Silver on several new cars under natural lighting when I visited my local Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep dealer and had decided that didn't much care for it, prefering Mineral Gray by a wide margin and Bright Silver to a lesser extent.
Since I was really hoping to see the Indigo Blue / Brown interior I probably didn't look as closely at the black interiors as I should have. I did notice the unmistakable bronze hue to the metal trim in both as I believe I stated yesterday. One other detail I recall was the difference in the wood trims used in the two GC's. In the Overland the wood trim had a very glossy, almost plastic like finish where the wood trim in the Limited had more of a matt finish. I had expected to see the open pore trim, which am now equating to matt finish, in both Overland and Limited but found that I had not read the descriptions of the wood trims carefully enough. On the Overland the black interior's wood trim is not specified as open pore type. Nevertheless, Overland's wood trim had the advantage of some very interesting color variations. I don't recall seeing a wood species that looked quite the way it does. Not a expert in such things so I'm not sure how to describe it. I did find it attractive/interesting and recommend taking a close look for yourself.
ARRIVED AND BEAUTIFUL
2014 Overland - V6, AdvTechPkg, Max Steel, Indigo Blue / Brown :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
2000 Limited - V8, Taup, Taup, QD, >180k