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Old 01-02-2010, 12:53 PM   #21
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The car is spec'd exactly as I want it - shame the ordered it in bananna yellow.
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The car is spec'd exactly as I want it - shame the ordered it in bananna yellow.
Why not? Mellow yellow - hmm!
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The car is spec'd exactly as I want it - shame the ordered it in bananna yellow.
If Imola was more like Porsche Speed Yellow or Ferrari Fly Yellow I'd be all over that car...or another Imola one, but I've never been able to get into the paler yellow color. If I'm going with a yellow car, then lets go all out.
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Imola yellow really isn't all that pale IMHO
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Yep that one has been there for a bit now. It's really a great car for someone who can deal with that color. I don't mind it much, but it screams "pull me over" so I didn't order one with a loud color.
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Yep that one has been there for a bit now. It's really a great car for someone who can deal with that color. I don't mind it much, but it screams "pull me over" so I didn't order one with a loud color.
I always thought the same thing. Maybe Yellow is different than Sprint Blue, but my previous car was a very similar Blue to this (Montego Blue, BMW) and I got pulled over once in 3 years - and that time I drove right into a speed trap, so it was more like fish in a barrel than him chosing me.
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When you compare it to the other yellows I mentioned it definitely looks light Butter Yellow vs a sport color...but at least it's not that god awful snot green/yellow (Phoenix yellow I think) that BMW has.
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I agree that Sprint Blue is an absolutely beautiful color. The roads in the US have gotten pretty bland the past 10-20 years. They are oceans of white, black, and gray/silver cars these days.
I've noticed that too. It's quite dull. Of course, brilliant red isn't. It definitely falls in the same category as sprint blue and imola yellow (and nogaro used to).
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Old 01-07-2010, 11:28 AM   #29
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I like sprint blue, however, I do prefer it without all that chrome on it.

This is in my local dealer, just think it looks a lot more sporty without the chrome....


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Old 01-12-2010, 09:47 AM   #30
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Default Sprint Blue!

I absolutely love this color. And I love the way it stands out in the crowd. (My car on the ferry near Seattle)
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Nice another blue like Bruce's in the area. I had mine on the Kingston ferry a few weeks ago, and was paranoid about people walking by with zippers - it's so tight on the boats.
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I was going to take some more detailed pictures of this Sprint Blue S4 but as I was about
to walk outside it was driven to detail, it sold. Here are some pretty thin pictures of the S4
in Sprint Blue with the upgraded 19's - I really like it.




http://www.iamaudi.com/sprint-blue-a...o-the-new-year

I just realized that the pictures you posted are of the exact car I just leased.
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Old 02-22-2010, 07:28 PM   #33
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Hi guys, sprint blue is amazing ! i'm thinking of ordering one. I was wondering, what did it cost you ? did you lease or buy ?

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