Granite Crystal vd Sting Sting Gray

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Was about to pull the trigger on a granite crystal and then saw a built up sting gray on the dealer lot with nice wheels.

I feel like stock the granite crystal looks better but with wheels the sting grey gets the edge.


I will keep it stock for a while but eventually do plan on adding wheels....I also think this will be a Jeep I keep forever so the decision is key...

I tried looking up a couple one and they are pretty close, my wife is tired of me asking her about this Jeep so I have to come to you guys lol
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You cannot go wrong with either. I few months ago I was on the same fence. Could not make up my mind between the 2 colors. I finally decided on Granite at the last minute. The metallic flake looks great in the sun when clean. Granite is deeper due to the metallic. It is also a lot more common. No regrets but I catch myself looking at Sting Grays whenever I see one. There are a lot more Granites then Sting Grays so Sting Gray is more unique. Sting Gray will definitely be the rarer color in the future. I also think Sting Gray might look cleaner longer so you can probably go longer between washes. Saying all that, I would probably order Granite again but would have a serious case of Sting Gray envy.
 
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You cannot go wrong with either. I few months ago I was on the same fence. Could not make up my mind between the 2 colors. I finally decided on Granite at the last minute. The metallic flake looks great in the sun when clean. Granite is deeper due to the metallic. It is also a lot more common. No regrets but I catch myself looking at Sting Grays whenever I see one. There are a lot more Granites then Sting Grays so Sting Gray is more unique. Sting Gray will definitely be the rarer color in the future. I also think Sting Gray might look cleaner longer so you can probably go longer between washes. Saying all that, I would probably order Granite again but would have a serious case of Sting Gray envy.
I feel you, to me stock is granite grey. Wheels, sting gray...I thought i was ready smh lol
 

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sting-gray because then you can buy the sting-ray badge because it’s badass as hell.

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Thanks man!

And Sting Gray is a badass color!
 

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GCM is one of the top selling colors next to white and black. The statistics are posted somewhere on here. I believe from 2018? Would be curious to see the updated results. GCM for the win!

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Any updated color stats by a chance? I am certain they have changed by now!
 
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