Hi and Welcome to 9thgen!!
I have a Dyno Blue Pearl Si coupe, and I'm looking at trading for a Dyno Blue Pearl Si sedan.
I think the Dyno Blue color really pops on the Si model - I get compliments on it daily. I'm not crazy how it looks on the non-si models, but it definitely is a head turner while not being "too" extreme.
I have to tell you, Rallye Red bores me to tears I think it washes out the taillights and just looks cheap. No disrespect to anyone who has a red Civic, but red has never done it for me.
I normally hate white cars, but the white Si sedan for 2013 looks really sharp. The Sunburst Orange is a really nice color too if you're looking at a redder car - its not as orange as you might think it is...more burnt orange with lots of darker red tint to it.
I won't do black ever again - the Civics paint is notoriously soft and after one winter, my rocker panels looked 10 years old even with regular washing. I like the grey color, but its pretty common.
Some people think Dyno Blue is too 'flashy' but I disagree - its clarity and depth changes depending on the lighting. On bright, sunny days its got a deep pearly, cerulean blue tone to it, but on overcast days, its got a subdued, paler blue to it.
Bought the Taffeta white, non-Nav, only complaint is the tiny screw hole centered in the front bumper from the license plate bracket.
Agreed fully on the Si blue, should've went more toward the Accord blue. ^^
2012 CBP Civic Si Coupe
*POP Crew #18
I know they're the same (minus the variances in Dyno Blue Pearl I and II on the 2012s), I just never liked how it looked on the non-Si models from a personal perspective. I was a bit annoyed they allowed it to become a non-Si color. I actually liked the Atomic Blue Pearl color from the 8th gens.
I know the cars aren't that different aesthetically - the non-Si from the Si, but I just like how the color looks on Si's better. I know that's weird haha.
2013 Civic Si sedan PMM
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