So I own a 2014 Toyota Avalon Premium in white with beige leather and chocolate highlights in the interior. Seeing as this is my first car with leather I realize the beige was mistake, looks great but dye transference leads to a lot of upkeep. So I went looking to trade in / upgrade to a 2019 touring model and again I wanted White with Black leather as White show less dirt. But on the Touring models have these piano black side mirrors and spoiler lip which looks really odd on the all white car. In fact the only car it looked good on was the Black cars. When cleaned and waxed black cars look great but you have to keep them clean and they show scratches more. Just can't fathom what Toyota was thinking with those mirrors and spoiler in piano black on all Touring models.