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Why didn’t they do trapezoidal fender flares? The round doesn’t look good with the overall body shape and design of the car. Plus the old style had the rounded trapezoid shape. Looks like aftermarket again it seems.

Also every rim, except Sasquatch, looks so bad.

I hate to admit the more time goes the more I’m disliking things.
Does this mean we can all move one step forward? :)
 

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That Red actually looks really good. Which is noteworthy because I don't really like red on vehicles. It has a Garnet feel to it. Very nice.
 

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Why didn’t they do trapezoidal fender flares? The round doesn’t look good with the overall body shape and design of the car. Plus the old style had the rounded trapezoid shape. Looks like aftermarket again it seems.

Also every rim, except Sasquatch, looks so bad.

I hate to admit the more time goes the more I’m disliking things.
if it had trapezoidal flares or some other overstyled shape, I would be less interested. The simple round arches are purposeful and stand out against the competition.

Also, I think the Sasquatch wheels are ugly as sin, and only the Big Bend wheels are worse. We all have opinions.
 

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I reserved an OBX, and now I’m not sure. I don’t think I like the matching fender flares, mirror caps, and door handles. Badlands maybe instead.
 

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Pleasantly surprised with the height the OBX is sitting on. Just need to change wheels. There horrible.
 

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Big Bend looking stronger here, and I hate reds. Just add roof rack and that may work for me.
 

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I think I can try. 1. MIC will never scratch and shouldn't fade or change much over time. 2. gray matches everything to a degree, like wearing jeans with almost any shirt etc. Or like how most cars have accents that are silver/gray/chrome. Meaning, 3. One size fits all and lowers cost.

And yes I would like a white top too. Part for looks part to keep heat down.
It's nice to see some more real world pics. I am torn about the tops. I know the MIC gets its share of grief, but I am starting to warm to it, I live in FL so the option of having the soft top and being able to put it up and down as showers roll in and out for the day is appealing. What I would really love is a WHITE TOP, but I don't think were getting that this year. Ugh, help.
 
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