Finished another round of car shopping. Stopped at a dozen dealers over in St Johnsbury. Each lot filled with very average looking cars, mostly painted mud color. Mud has taken over from gray as the most popular car color. Each one of these cars was new once, and each new car buyer opted for a mud paint job. Taste they had, lots of taste.
Why is it that I see multiple stories about the end of stainless steel as America's favorite kitchen appliance finish, but I don't remember a single one on the rise of mud as America's favorite car color?