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I am looking for a pre-owned Volt with a Brandy colored interior. The budget is 20k.
Let me know if you got one.

Thanks in advance.
 

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Did not know that was an option... I thought they were all either Black, Tan or Gray..? I know there was an option for that Green leaf trim on the seats and door panels, but did not know about Brandy color.
 

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Did not know that was an option... I thought they were all either Black, Tan or Gray..? I know there was an option for that Green leaf trim on the seats and door panels, but did not know about Brandy color.
The 2017 Volt Premier was offered with a Brandy/Black leather interior.
 

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The 2017 Volt Premier was offered with a Brandy/Black leather interior.
The 2016 model could be had with that interior also.
 

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I for one love the color WAY more than the all black one. Not sure what to think about the new blue...
 

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Agreed. There is a reason that a lot of high end luxury cars have light interiors.
 

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And they sold about six of them. :) Which is why it didn't return.
I find that the Black and Brandy interior with leather seating in my 2017 Volt is very attractive. The Volt's interior designers went too far and chose to use the Brandy (it is really tan color) on the top of the dashboard. This creates a distracting reflection in the Volt's windshield during daytime driving in most lighting conditions. I use a DashMat to tame the reflection; polarized sunglasses work well for this purpose in daytime but are not safe to wear during twilight.
 

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I find that the Black and Brandy interior with leather seating in my 2017 Volt is very attractive. The Volt's interior designers went too far and chose to use the Brandy (it is really tan color) on the top of the dashboard. This creates a distracting reflection in the Volt's windshield during daytime driving in most lighting conditions. I use a DashMat to tame the reflection; polarized sunglasses work well for this purpose in daytime but are not safe to wear during twilight.
Agreed about the reflection. Most dash-tops are solid black for that reason. But what's nice is that the brandy highlights the classic 1950's corvette styling on the dash-top.
 

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Just for clarification, as JRRF pointed out, the "Brandy" is what most of us would call tan. It was available 2016-2018, so I'm guessing there might be a few more than 6 out there, and it did go away for 2019. But then so did Kinetic Blue.:(
 

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I find that the Black and Brandy interior with leather seating in my 2017 Volt is very attractive. The Volt's interior designers went too far and chose to use the Brandy (it is really tan color) on the top of the dashboard. This creates a distracting reflection in the Volt's windshield during daytime driving in most lighting conditions.
Agreed, it can be a bit distracting. I too LOVE my Brandy interior (especially the dash and the door panels) and would not have bought the car if I couldn't have found what I wanted with that interior. To make matters nearly impossible, it also had to be the Iridescent Pearl Tricoat exterior, it also had to have ACC, it also needed to be a great deal on a used car with around 20K on it. (I'm retired and don't have enough taxable income to get much of the federal $7500) After several weeks of online searching, I found it . . . . in Iowa. A plane ticket and a vacation on the way home and we have exactly what we wanted . . . . and at a great price too!

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