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Choose your favorite Enclave interior color.
the cashmere and titanium is just absolutely too light for people w/children...i really wish cashmere and titanium were about 5 shades darker....so, therefore i have become partial to the ebony.
 

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I voted cashmere. That is what we own. If cashmere had been available on the Acadia it would have made our vehicle choice a little more difficult.
 

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I,m with ZMAN I like the Cashmere and have no kids and grand kids are not in the cards in the short term.
 

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Looked at both Cashmere and Ebony yesterday. I think we are going to go with Ebony, as someone mentioned earlier it keeps the dash and front console less busy with different colors.

The second and more important reason is kids. Plus in winter it gets really messy with the snow so I would stay from light interiors just for that reason as well.
 

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I was expecting to place an order for cashmere until I saw the titanium leather on a Silver Enclave. I like how the titanium brings out the satin nickel strip on the dash.
 

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Looked at both Cashmere and Ebony yesterday. I think we are going to go with Ebony, as someone mentioned earlier it keeps the dash and front console less busy with different colors.

The second and more important reason is kids. Plus in winter it gets really messy with the snow so I would stay from light interiors just for that reason as well.
It is kind of funny everyone's different perspective on things. I think the lighter color is actually easier to keep clean in the winter. I think the snow/salt/sand combo actually looks worse in the winter on dark interiors. Nothing like a little white salt residue on the dark carpeting.

As long as we all have options....
 

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It is kind of funny everyone's different perspective on things. I think the lighter color is actually easier to keep clean in the winter. I think the snow/salt/sand combo actually looks worse in the winter on dark interiors. Nothing like a little white salt residue on the dark carpeting.

As long as we all have options....
I know what you mean. I have a friend who just bought a new car with a black interior because she has a toddler and she thought black would be the easiest to keep clean. The only problem is that her son's favorite snack is Cheerios and there is Cheerio dust all over the car. If she had a lighter color you wouldn't even notice it.
 

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The titanium looks nice with the silver exterior, and I almost decided on it for the white diamond that I ordered (and will be waiting forever). I changed my mind when I saw the cashmere, because it has a warmer feeling inside the car. Also the seat surfaces will not get as hot as the darker colors down here in the sunny Florida swamps. Darker colors like the ebony definitely do not show as much dirt, but you loose that "Eddie Bauer" effect that my family likes the best.

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We finally got to see all the interiors in person and decided that we like the Titanium the best with certain exterior colors. With some other exteriors (white, gold mist, cocoa) Cashmere seemed to fit really well. Ebony looked ok with most of the colors but just didn't seem to fit anything perfectly in our opinion. It is true that Ebony blends into the dash the best but when we looked at the interior as a whole we felt that it was just Ok overall. Sitting in it was very different than seeing the pictures of the dash alone. My wife thought that the Ebony seemed to bring an orangeish tint to the wood and she didn't like that. However, the fact that it was a really sunny day may have contributed to that too.

When it comes to cleanliness, I think all of these interior colors will show dirt or salt or crumbs of some kind.
 

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I agree with you Gator......My order was also White Diamond with Cashmere. :blob:
 

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The interior color is all about personal preference. I saw the ebony interior tonight and I didn't care for it. It was just too dark for me.
 

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We liked the Titanium this time around. Our 2002 Tan Venture we just sold had camel color interior and our 2000 Patriot Blue Sebring convertible (Mom & Pop's toy) has camel color interior, so we were ready for a change. We wanted the Blue Gold Crystal Mist exterior color and the Titanium we felt looked the best.

Has anyone seen the Brick colored interior on the Acadia!!!! :puke: We say it on a Blue Gold Crystal Mist Acadia......
 

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You've got to be kidding? A blue gold exterior with a brick interior? I mean no offense to Acadia owners, but my first reaction to the Acadia was luxury on the outside, ghetto on the inside. I didn't even go for a test drive. I was done once I sat in it.
 

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You've got to be kidding? A blue gold exterior with a brick interior? I mean no offense to Acadia owners, but my first reaction to the Acadia was luxury on the outside, ghetto on the inside. I didn't even go for a test drive. I was done once I sat in it.
Ha !! Too funny.
 

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Ebony looks sweet inside the Enclave. I've seen all three different interiors and IMHO, Ebony makes the wood grain pop a lot more.
 

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We liked the Titanium this time around. Our 2002 Tan Venture we just sold had camel color interior and our 2000 Patriot Blue Sebring convertible (Mom & Pop's toy) has camel color interior, so we were ready for a change. We wanted the Blue Gold Crystal Mist exterior color and the Titanium we felt looked the best.

Has anyone seen the Brick colored interior on the Acadia!!!! :puke: We say it on a Blue Gold Crystal Mist Acadia......
That brick interior is awesome. I give anybody credit that's willing to offer anything from the standard tan, grey, and black. I'm so sick of those boring-ass colors. I don't mind black though, which is what I ordered, but would rather have a dark blue.
 

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You've got to be kidding? A blue gold exterior with a brick interior? I mean no offense to Acadia owners, but my first reaction to the Acadia was luxury on the outside, ghetto on the inside. I didn't even go for a test drive. I was done once I sat in it.
:ditto:
 

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I think the brick interior looks good against the White Diamond exterior. But only for a moment. I wouldn't want to see it every day for the next several years. I'd much rather get bored with the interior than get sick of the interior.


:repost: Check out the interior of the Saturn Aura. This is similar to the brick on the Acadia but so much better.
 

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We loved the white diamond with cashmere until we actually saw a white diamond with titanium and decided it actually went better with the exterior trim color, especially when the doors were open. Thus we ordered that set up. I could live with any of the interior colors with the white diamond. My wife wouldn't go for anything bright, but it is her car, I guess.
 
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