Last post on Dec 02, 2004 at 8:49 AM
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Buick Rendezvous, SUV
#25 of 43 My Opal Blue/ Dark Graymist RDV Photos
Sep 20, 2001 (6:03 pm)
Here are some photos of my CXL with Lux Pkg, Sunroof, 6 CD/Prem Speakers, Chrome Wheel Delete, Bench 2nd seat, No 3rd Seat. It has 490 miles.
Sep 20, 2001 (7:46 pm)
The opal blue looks really nice! I actually tried to persuade my wife to consider it (please don't read through my colour history), but she was stuck on white.
I think the opal with greymist lower looks really high class.
#27 of 43 Got to agree 90mercsable
Sep 21, 2001 (6:40 am)
That's a very nice looking ride. Very classy. Congrats.
#28 of 43 Wood Dash Kit
Jan 18, 2002 (8:20 pm)
Well, finally got the digital camera working...
Here are the photos of the wood dash we put into our brand new RDV. We love the look of the wood dash. I was skeptical of the "synthetic" look, but it's beautiful. We still haven't put all 24 pieces in, but I am happy with the results so far. Let me know what everyone thinks!
Feb 15, 2002 (7:08 am)
Beautiful RDV! I personally LOVE the way the black RDV's look. But alas, I live on a dirt road, so in reality my black RDV would not have looked so pretty. I ended up buying pewter, my second choice.
#31 of 43 Thanks, boondocks!
Feb 15, 2002 (7:20 am)
I appreciate the compliments. This is my first black car, so it remains to be seen if I hate myself for buying it. It looks awesome (in my humble opinion) when it's clean, but I do imagine it'll show the dirt and dust more quickly than other colors.
A question for the other owners here:
Are you waxing your Rondy at all? If so how often? Do you use a stand alone wax product or one of those washing solutions with the wax compound built in? I thought I heard that you really don't need to wax a new car for a year or two.
I made the mistake of using a hard bristle brush on mine the first time I took it to a power wash place and it has some swirl marks that are visible in bright direct sun. I'm hoping that a wax might hide them.