600LT v 720S

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Streetbeat

333 posts

57 months

Wednesday 21st September
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From the chat on here, Lux packs always seem at the lower end of the market and have to agree with the comments above, that interior is very marmite and i wouldnt say Saros is the most flattering colour on the 720s, apologies to the other Saros owner posting above.

£6k fees, warranty and retrim you are going to be up to £150 ish anyway.

However, if you like Saros and tan its a bargain, i wonder what the reserve was.

matrignano

3,667 posts

191 months

Wednesday 21st September
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I may be an outlier but I see a lot of (performance pack) cars are specced with black/grey interior, not even contrast stitching of some sort, which I find boring as hell

Gibbo205

2,972 posts

188 months

Wednesday 21st September
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matrignano said:
I may be an outlier but I see a lot of (performance pack) cars are specced with black/grey interior, not even contrast stitching of some sort, which I find boring as hell
Was something I noticed looked at 600LT half the cars I viewed with black interiors and black stitching, very dull.

All been well I've found the 600LT Spider for me, which house coloured stitching throughout. smile

RSbandit

1,896 posts

113 months

Wednesday 21st September
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Funnily enough I think Saros blue is one of the best 720s colours really shows off the creases and flow on the body work.

Streetbeat

333 posts

57 months

Wednesday 21st September
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matrignano said:
I may be an outlier but I see a lot of (performance pack) cars are specced with black/grey interior, not even contrast stitching of some sort, which I find boring as hell
100% agree with you, its good to see some colour accents, but full tan or as another example after a browse through the for sale pages, full red, not for me.

964Cup

1,093 posts

218 months

Wednesday 21st September
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Streetbeat said:
100% agree with you, its good to see some colour accents, but full tan or as another example after a browse through the for sale pages, full red, not for me.
Having just spent 11 days and a little over 3,000 miles in mine, I must say I was glad to have a light interior just as a more inviting place to sit. Black alcantara certainly looks racier, but I find the whole coal-scuttle effect rather wears you down in the end. I'm not myself quite such a fan of the darker tan colour, but I would (and did) take Luxury over Performance given the choice for a daily or even frequent driver.



The interior of the example we're discussing does seem oddly worn, though. My seats don't show anything like that kind of wear and I'm only 1,000 miles short of the same mileage. Maybe I got there faster and have less seat time...

Streetbeat

333 posts

57 months

Wednesday 21st September
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Certainly more subtle than the tan one, very Ferrari esque and nice there is no cream on the dash ala the tan car, maybe thats why the tan one is just too ott for me.

Each to their own of course, would be a very boring world if we all liked the same thing.