I guess that's what mine is, metallic gray. It's dark, but doesn't show dirt like black does. I know, because my neighbor has a black Niro that he parks right next to mine every day. His always looks filthy, while mine usually looks clean, even though if you inspect them closely you'll see they usually have the same amount of dirt on them.I went through **** with my previous car being black. It looked amazing clean but in the S. Florida sun, the clear coat got baked away, so I said never again. I wanted to get a white Niro, but there wasn’t much choice in color for the 2018s when I was looking. We almost got silver, but my daughter chose the metallic gray instead. It’s kind of a middle ground between silver and black. I wasn’t sold on the silver but it was the lightest color choice available. So far it hasn’t been too bad other than the back window. The vortices kicked up by the rear must suck the dirt back on to the car. At least the window is small so there’s not a lot of surface area to clean.
They say that to get something clean, then something else must get dirty, but can you get everything dirty without getting anything clean?
You'd probably serious hurt the mpgs if you did that. The rear spoiler is integral to controlling the airflow at the rear of the car. An unfortunate side effect is that the rear attracts more dust and dirt.Would like to remove that rear wing over the rear window to see the effect of airflow and dirt on the rear of the car. How hard would it be to remove it?