Let me know if this answers your questions?Love the white color on Tribeca. It really does shine in white.
Thank you. IM not a huge fan of white. I favor more of a black but it is really hard to keep clean and up to my standards. I am a detailer on the side so I will be detailing the sh&T out of this vehicle
One thing I like doing to ours is refresh all the black plastic trim with something like "Back to Black". Faded trim really makes the car look old.
I will definitly use some back to black on the lower trim. I am a huge fan. Although Im sure I will not be happy with the long term with this stuff. I will probably try a heat gun to restore more of the black again. It loks like the car was detailed before and someone used compound on the trim and pretty much ruined it or from what I remember detailing another subaru awhile back (Thinking Forester) the trim just fades prettty bad with age. We shall see how much of the black can be restored before I determine it needs to be replaced(Probably too expensive though)
Couldn't help but notice something on both side of the grill, do you have LED DRL mods there?The car came with what I believe are leds in the Fog lights. I wish they werent modded so it would force me to pick ones I like. The right one keeps going in and out and from what I see someone rigged thr lights together with tape. URGH!! I will get under there one day and fix it properly. Is that what you meant? If not please let me know
I bought the Subaru OEM paint for touchups. I will also buy from a paint store or use paint other than cheap spray paint if and when I decide to paint the front hood protection.Be careful with bumper/trim touchup paint. I used a can from advance auto on a different vehicle and I am not sure if they changed their brand or formulation. It started cracking. I have done PLENTY of paint work and know how to prepare a car for painting. Read the reviews first. If they are not good, RUN.