Its a fantastic color. So the storm grey is a Matt shade huh?
Ok. I watched a review of the 2017 e class on youtube. It comes in a matt grey finish which is 2-3K more for that paint- I thought may be they were same/ similar technology.sorry, I should have clarified. Storm Grey itself is NOT a matte paint. I had the Storm Grey wrapped in XPEL Stealth to get the satin/matte effect.
Xirallic colors need not be at a premium. Certain colors such as BRG, IRR, Ultimate Black, and Dark Saphire are Xirallic, hence the different shades in varied lighting.What is Xirallic? Is that why it is an extra $1,500? Storm Gray will be my color if I decide to go with FP.
Thx DMCyour car looks fabulous. I like your wheel selection as well. Would you mind sharing size details / specs for the wheels and tires?
Thanks they look great, I was hoping they were 20's which is what I am looking for off seasonThx DMC
Wheels : 22x10.5" ET20
Tires: 285R35 Conti DWS06
dtx, pictures look beautiful. However i have one question for you: considering the fact that you have tires and rims that are non-standart how does this fact affect your warranty? I mean when you come to the dealer they would be able to see this. Could you shed some light on this? ThanksHad a chance this weekend to take some non-grainy phone photos. You can see the difference on what a slight overcast will do to the color - that's the beauty of storm grey and all the other Xirallic colors. Enjoy!
Straight from google.com and hope this answers your questions.dtx, pictures look beautiful. However i have one question for you: considering the fact that you have tires and rims that are non-standart how does this fact affect your warranty? I mean when you come to the dealer they would be able to see this. Could you shed some light on this? Thanks
mberesla I went a little wider on the wheels and tires because I wanted a more aggressive stance than the mfg recommended 265. So far the 285's are working out great - of course, wider wheels means more rubber to the pavement!!dtx, one more question. how does new wheels in 285 work for you? Since you went with 22 inch tires what prompted you to choose 285 as opposed to manufacturer's recommended 265? Thanks in advance