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I'm shopping for a 2004 white pilot and love this site. More information will be coming regarding the buying experience.
 

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Welcome. Why white? The reason I ask, I've had five white vehicles, four in a row, and I really wanted a white Pilot. I settled on a Starlight Silver, which is easier to keep looking great than any of the white vehicles I've owned.
 

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Welcome. Why white? The reason I ask, I've had five white vehicles, four in a row, and I really wanted a white Pilot. I settled on a Starlight Silver, which is easier to keep looking great than any of the white vehicles I've owned.
That's the reason we purchased a Sandstone Pilot. My Maxima is "Sunlit Sand" (a similar color) and it hides dirt incredibly well. I really like white autos (had one two cars ago), but of all the colors, I'm told white paint is the hardest color to match if, perish the thought, you need some bodywork done some day.
 

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Never had an all white vehicle and figured it would be easier to keep clean. I have a silver accord now and wanted to try something different. Plus my wife loves white.
 

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jay said:
Welcome. Why white? The reason I ask, I've had five white vehicles, four in a row, and I really wanted a white Pilot. I settled on a Starlight Silver, which is easier to keep looking great than any of the white vehicles I've owned.
Amen, jay. It really does take some dirt to noticeably affect the appearance of SS. But I can understand those who love the "purity" of the white look.

By the way, looking forward to meeting you at the upcoming MD/VA/DC Pilot Meet No. 2!
 
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