Monotone paint on the Touring, so different colored cladding for the rest of the lineup?
I sat in the 2010 Tribeca. It's pretty much same as '09. The monotone exterior didn't impress me. IMO, I think the unpainted rocker panels, wheel arches, front and back being unpainted black is more practical as it's areas that gets scratches dings and dents and gives car some character.McGurk said:Monotone paint on the Touring, so different colored cladding for the rest of the lineup?
From afar, montone look is monotone look. If you like it, then it'll look great to you. As I mentioned, only when you go for closer inspection, you get a little disappointed that all they did was take '09 parts and sprayed it with paint.tribeca09 said:That's interesting about the new paint job -- they should have used new smooth molds for those body parts. Did you notice anything different with the interior?
There are photos of a white monotone tribeca on another site (the photos are from a Frankfurt show) and it looks very nice from afar, but it has black roof rails and nice 5-spoke wheels.
Speaking of which, what did the wheels look like on the '10?