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Old 8th September 2009, 12:11   #16
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Though my new Sparky was bought for less than 4 lakhs, you can have a look at this thread I started which has picture showing the interiors in the black/beige combo. Without a doubt I like it but think it will be tough to maintain.
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/test-d...-ls-spark.html
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9. Something different - Like what ?
Like white leather interiors which look very regal. Or bright colours like blue (Ritz) and so on. Btw, one problem with black is that the insides will be like a furnace if you step in after parking the car in the sun.
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All black or black with brush silver console
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i prefer black with silver garnish, shouldnt feel cheap like add on.Beige gives more airy feel inside cabin but our climate doesnt suits that well, still beige with darker brown dash looks cool.So beige with brown or black dual tone gives more roomier feel, just should felt cheap looks.
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I would like black and grey interiors.

A bit of silver would be okay too. I just cant stand beige.
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I'll personally prefere beige (good qualit of course) any day.
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Is it some form a survey by Nissan-Renault for knowing Indian car buyers' minds, before finalizing on its small car?

Black with convincing silver bits is my choice. Followed by beige combinations that appeal to the masses. How about red and black for a sporty car, guys?

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I prefer beige in interiors as it gives it a feeling of roominess. So the best option for me is a combo of Beige + Black.

Another option would be to go for light-ish grey (with silver accents) which will be different from the conventional black/ dark grey and give an airy + sporty feel.
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How about red and black for a sporty car, guys?
It is a good option. Many dealerships customize and give this as an additional sport package !
The only limitation is that it would look good with only a Sport Model where the external color would be bright red or maroon. Then ideally, if you buy a bright blue color Sport vehicle, you should get a blue combo interior.

But these are just idealistic scenarios !
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i would prefer black and beige dual tone, for a small car or a saloon. But if its a sporty model, i'd prefer Black with silver/ CF inserts!

Btw, I simply love the colour scheme of the i20 interior. It looks very different and luxurious.
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My personal favorite is :
6. Combination of Black and Grey with some silver.
 
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I would prefer black with very little chrome linings here and there.
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If there is a preference then:
Any class, Any segment, Any price - All Black
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I prefer beige colour.
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I prefer beige interiors with a brown or a black dashboard as it gives an airy feel to the car. If it's a sports model then I prefer black interiors with chrome/silver inserts.
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