If you're interested in Mojave Sand, don't wait too long. Word is out production of Mojave Sand will end in October. Nothing about a new color to replace it yet.
I can totally understand that one. I am guessing an orange or red. Pure conjecture.If you're interested in Mojave Sand, don't wait too long. Word is out production of Mojave Sand will end in October. Nothing about a new color to replace it yet.
Wow! This seems to be opposite of the colors that most people are excited about (with the exception of Mohave). Based on the poll on this forum, a lot of folks seem to prefer Blue Stone and Sage Gray but those two colors near the bottom of production. Meanwhile Phantom Black was second to last on the poll but Hyundai way more of that than Mojave, Sage, and Blue combined. Even more head scratching is that Hyundai has almost exclusively shown off Sage Gray, Hampton Gray, and Stone Blue. Another product release faux pas by Hyundai? I'm hoping something is wrong here. (Wanting white myself).Since Hyundai picked the color palette and the distribution for the Santa Cruz rollout, I went to @Chuck's list of Aug 4th to see what it has been, so far:
746 - Black
541 - White
452 - Gray
277 - Blue
207 - Green (Sage)
35 - Red (Mojave)
Not what I would have guessed but many of these haven't actually been built yet.
Me too... I had been hoping for a bright blue, possibly red.... something bright.No lies, if they introduce a new bright/awesome colour a month after I take delivery, I will be some kind of PO'd about it!!
I'm in Arizona so perhaps I did not know black is so popular across the rest of the country. White is definitely popular here but much less so with black (understandably). I guess if I think about other marketing, makers do usually have some flashy color (orange, green, etc.) but you rarely see any on the road in that color. Still though, it seems like a high number of the Phantom Black being made.No faux pas at all. Dealers LOVE three colors: black, white, and grey. It's like 80% or more of all vehicles sold today.
In this market... if you can get it for MSRP, you might be surprised. The Kia K5 I had to hold me over until my SC arrived I bought with $0 out of pocket and 2 1/2 months later when I traded it, I had $750 positive equity.. so I made 2 payments totalling 950 + 100 for window tint - so netting it out it cost me $300 for the use of the car.I don't imagine it would be in our favor Chuck ... although maybe we could add some market adjustment addendums to our trade values?
Canada gets a "snow mode" they won't be offered on the US. Because i guess we don't get snow down here? Doesn't make much sense to me to complicate the software for essentially the same market, just in two different countriesWait… for real? Only in Canada? Is this confirmed?