The wheels are actually a bit dull in these photos, a mix of slightly dirty & the photo not doing justice :lol:LeachiE said:I do love that colour! You are right though, it looks a hundred times better with the black wheels!
Thanks!pmarsh said:stunning MATE
Car looks good in that colour mate, think the lighter colours accentuate the features of the car, a bit lurid for my personal tastes but looks good nonetheless.LimeyUK said:
Yea, that's the only downside! Any idea if that includes fitting?hendry said:Car looks good in that colour mate, think the lighter colours accentuate the features of the car, a bit lurid for my personal tastes but looks good nonetheless.LimeyUK said:
I fancy the LE/VX-Line rear spoiler too, very pricey at £358 however.
I quite liked the look of the VXR one over my LE one but not really wanting to pay £300 or so and not be able to fit it myselfmud4fun said:I'd wait a few months, people will start fitting the VXR spoilers soon and flogging their original LE ones cheaper than that!
Yeah I think it includes painting and fitting, to buy just the spoiler in primer is £215 on the Vauxhall accessories site so that's £140 for painting and fitting which isn't bad.LimeyUK said:Yea, that's the only downside! Any idea if that includes fitting?
I've seen quite a few lime green E's on my travels, it is very popular on the Sting R as I have now lost count of number of them. It looks great with the black stripes on the sting R, probably the nicest combination of colour/stripe. Still not seen another limelight green though so I reckon I've got you beat for rarity value ;-) Still both great colours that suit the E and lime green was my 2nd choice. I'm considering a VXR at the moment and not sure if the green option is lime green under another name or a whole new shade?LimeyUK said:One of the rarest colours on the road!