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How much does this colour show dirt?

I am kinda tossed between silver contrail and titanium. The titanium looks nicer but the silver contrail would keep clean a bit better.

Where I live it is very dusty and I was wondering from those people who own this colour do they find it hard to keep clean?
 

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Can't tell you with the Titanium, but the Silver Contrail is very forgiving. In fact, it hardly never looks dirty at all...:)
 

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It's a very forgiving color if you get it dirty! Both mud and road salt is "camouflaged" against my titanium grey.

Snow is very visible though when it get's stuck on the car, but most cars are?!
 

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I've got roughly the same color on my old Mazda 626 and it's very forgiving. There are two exceptions: light colored dirt and road salt used to melt ice and snow. Both of those show up like you wouldn't believe. In the winter my car can look like it was painted a few shades of gray lighter.
 
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