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Determining trim level?

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Hi all,

I'm looking at buying a used Volt. I know in some of my other car-shopping adventures, I've found cars that are mis-listed, where the trim level is wrong.

What is the best way to definitively determine what trim level a Volt is by looking at pictures or particular listed options?
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I would just get a 2015 Premier, and not use the options you have no use for! You'll get every option you want/need and the price may be only 1K difference if that. My 2011 was totaled and I came across a 2015 Premier for 15K (39K miles). I would have pushed for out the door 14.5K, but the car was Black...Black cars in LA headache. I opted for a 2019 LT. 1660 Power Convenience Pack (leather, power seats etc.) other options I had absolutely no interest in added $600, car was just delivered (part of their fleet order) so, I took a lease on it. Good deal, not a great deal! All my engineering friends say the 2011's engineering wise and quality build is superior to 2nd Gen. I'll find out eventually.
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