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Considering buying this 2008 2wD Silverado 1500





Only drawback, is I've never had the light titanium interior. Just curious as to how others like it and how it holds up.


 

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If you're dirty then no! I had a color similar to that in my f-150 and every single stain showed up. I would get in when it was raining and it would leave stains from being wet. It's not the same material so idk how that repels stains
 

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I have a beige interior in my subaru legacy...its my DD, and I own a automotive repair shop...Get a good set of husky/nifty products floor mats, and stay ontop of cleanign the leather and you'll be fine....if you clean your car only once every few months...then dont do it
 

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I have the dark titanium/ light titanium on my NNBS. It is great, personally I like it better than the
Ebony scheme found in the LT and LT1's and mine is an LS.

It doesn't show a whole lot of dirt, the only spot is on the door panel but that's if you're really dirty.
 

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Plan on cleaning your arm rest and your center piece once a month or so. And the seats will get dirty wether you are clean or not.

If you know how to clean cloth seats then its a great color to have. If you dont want dirt to show, get ebony.

Dirt does hella gather on the door panel and center console though
 

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My fucking Sonic cup broke one day and it spilled a little DP on the seats. I just got a moist towel and it came up no problem. Other than that never been dirty in 9 months but I don't normally cart other people around either.
 

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its not that hard to keep a truck clean..no matter what color. I hate driving dirty vehicles. Just try to avoid eating in it, but if you do just be careful.:imo
 
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