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Old 09-18-2005, 10:17 PM   #1
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okay, what exactly is the difference? i found out the SSEi that im buying is accually a SSESC.... altho it it fully optioned except the CD....
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You might be missing stuff like HUD or leather? I'm no expert though.
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nothing.....really....the SSESC in 92/93 could be had with all the options of the SSEI....i think that for insurance reasons the SSESC is actually cheaper than a SSEI because its not listed as SC'd....You could get a SSESC stripped down(almost like and SE or loaded up like an SSEi....

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yea this is a 92 SSESC... im likin the idea of the insurance... it has HUD, trac, airbag, ECC, Autodim mirror, Perf Shift, leather, 9 ways.... everything but CD........

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the years in 92-93 were very interesing to say the least for the Bonne.....they experimented with engine, and badging combos...i know you dont care about the SE and the SLE'* of the year so ill get into the SSE and the SSEi

if you purchased an SSEi in 92, you would have gotten (as part of the package) all the SSEI goodies....
Leather was optional
as was the 12 way Seats
and the CD

if you got a SSE it was not part of a package....all the options could be added so you could get a SSE with all the options of an SSEi or you could have SSE that was stripped down below SE...... you could pick and choose what you wanted...and yup the L67 was one of thoes options
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haha, thanks a bunch guy..
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i think that for insurance reasons the SSESC is actually cheaper than a SSEI because its not listed as SC'd....You could get a SSESC stripped down(almost like and SE or loaded up like an SSEi....

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Not true. Insurance goes by the VIN. As soon as Code 1 comes up, you have the higher rate. Regardless of badging.
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i think that for insurance reasons the SSESC is actually cheaper than a SSEI because its not listed as SC'd....You could get a SSESC stripped down(almost like and SE or loaded up like an SSEi....

I can go into more depth if need be
Not true. Insurance goes by the VIN. As soon as Code 1 comes up, you have the higher rate. Regardless of badging.
well i know for a fact when i went to get my license plates, it was like $5 more cuz of the i
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anyone have a production number on SSE-SC'*? i looked in techinfo, but it only was SSE or SSEi.....
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there are no production on the SSE SC or the SLE SC, for 92-93 there are a good number of SSE SC'* out there, but for the 95-97 SLE SC they are much harder to find
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