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New Jeep Wrangler Willy owner color delemma.

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White looks great on the Willys trim! I have a Ram1500 in black (in the background of pic). Man is that truck hard to keep looking clean, but looks great when it is. My Willys only gets washed once a month because it hides the dirt so well. Get yourself one of these Bestops, worth every penny!

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I agree that color is good on a Jeep, my Mojito looks good while it's filthy. That being said I had a White CJ 7 the only white vehicle I have ever owned . White body with a black top and big tires:)
 

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White can get really dirty and scratched and still look clean. Black is hard to keep looking fresh in my past experience owning black cars - for some reason scratches and road/trail grime just don't appear as readily on a white vehicle. On the flip side, I almost never see all-black JLs, so it'd be a cool choice too. I'd be just as torn if I was presented with a choice of one or the other, but I love my all white JLR.
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@jessedacri I totally agree! Your white JLR looks sick in this photo. What trail is this?
 

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@jessedacri I totally agree! Your white JLR looks sick in this photo. What trail is this?
Thanks! It was just 3N16 Holcomb Valley Road back in January - did quite a few snow runs through 3N16+2N02 out to Pioneertown last winter when everything else was too snowy.
 

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Thanks! It was just 3N16 Holcomb Valley Road back in January - did quite a few snow runs through 3N16+2N02 out to Pioneertown last winter when everything else was too snowy.
Nice! I did Holcomb Creek trail 3N93 via 3N16 Last weekend. Great trail. Might do John Bull and/or Gold Mountain next weekend. Let me know if you want to join.
 
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More pictures of the Willys...

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I realize you didn't ask about HellaYella, but one thing I've found since getting one is that it hardly ever looks dirty. All the black parts show dirt long before the paint does.

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nice pics
 

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Hey everyone I pulled the trigger on a 2020 Jeep Wrangler Willy with a 2L motor version. I'm excited to own my first Jeep and join this community. I should have my hands on it by upcoming midweek as the dealership has 2 of these models coming in. They have a black and a white one arriving midweek. I chose the white body with black trims, wheels and top. But also like the all black model. Any pros/cons to either color. Or what's the concesous amongst members for their favorite colors choices?

I think it is quite simple. After a wash, the white car will look good for about a day, the black car will look good for about ten minutes. if you are going off road, it probably doesn't make that much difference but, especially with dust, the black car will look like it sat through a tornado.
 

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