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Nice upgrades. I really liked that exterior color. My wife did not like the interior color. I wish it came with black interior. So we got the Graphite Luster Metallic with Ebony with leather interior.
 

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Nice upgrades. I really liked that exterior color. My wife did not like the interior color. I wish it came with black interior. So we got the Graphite Luster Metallic with Ebony with leather interior.
That's the Copper Black Pearl, correct? I really liked it too. Which interior color didn't she like? My wife thought the Espresso Brown looked cheap/fake. I liked it. I also liked the Parchment interior with that color combo (which is the interior color I have now with my white TLX and also had with my Basque Red Pearl II 2015 model). Living in Arizona, black/black exterior/interior is just god awful hot in the summer!
 

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I believe that the Copper Black Pearl only came with the Espresso leather interior. She did not like that the seat belts were so contrasting in color!! What's that about a Happy Wife, Happy Life!!
 

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Here's the full array of color combinations that came with the 2015's:
Color Combinations:
  • Crystal Black Pearl / Ebony.
  • Crystal Black Pearl / Espresso.
  • Crystal Black Pearl / Graystone.
  • Fathom Blue Pearl / Graystone.
  • Black Copper Pearl / Parchment.
  • Black Copper Pearl / Espresso.
  • Graphite Luster Metallic / Ebony.
  • Graphite Luster Metallic / Graystone.
 

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Parchment was never on my list.
My daughter worked at the Marysville plant where they were assembled. They would build a batch of colors at a time. I had a tour one time, very interesting on how it all comes together.
 

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That's pretty cool. Did she get an employee discount? :) My first Honda was a 1983 Accord. They were in such great demand that I was on a waiting list. At the time, they were just getting ready to open up the Marysville plant. I was nervous that I'd end up with one of the first ones off the assembly line. Thankfully it wasn't!
 
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