Up north--in my part of Montgomery County and into Frederick-- I've seen a few Silver Pilots but it's rare to see another color. On my daily commute up I-270 to Frederick, I make it a point to constantly be on the lookout for Pilots. But I'm almost always disappointed! (It made my day on one occasion to spot a shiny new Red Rock Pearl in the other lane! I waved, but the driver was oblivious to me.)Rainbowslim said:I was downtown Washington, DC about a month ago and saw 2 Havasu Blue, a Black, Silver and another Sage Brush in about 2 hours time. I was surprised to see so many Pilots in one day!
It was nice to see so many Pilots. Unfortunately, since 3 were parked and the other 2 passed me going in the opposite direction I didn't get an opportunity to find out if any of those Pilot owners were on this forum.
actually I know where you are coming from. I did not want to buy a silver ....but hey for the deal I got I did not care about the color.....N_Jay said:
No insult intended, (Well maybe a little one)
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I think white and silver have the highest resale values...if you ever decide to part with your Pilot. Of course we will all upgrade to a newer Pilot when we do.Ziploc said:50,000 Silver Pilot owners can't be wrong!!!!! :12: :12: :12: