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Old 10-02-2002, 10:20 PM   #61
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All of the SE'* have the lights far apart... I think some of the early SLE packages were like the SE'*.. And the Latter( I think after the minor change for 96) SLE Bonnies had them close together like the SSE bonnies.. all SSE'* and SSEi'* had them clost together..

As for the 87-91 bonnies they all had them far apart.......
Is this true for all 92-99 Bonnevilles? What about later era (00-03)
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Now I find out the SLE started earlier than 00. At least in 99, and was a SC version of the SSE in that year. So at least the 99 would have the driving lights closer together. Was this true after the body change? Does the 00 SLE have 'em close, or far, like the SE? The Pontiac webpage doesn't show the front of the SLE....side profile only.

So for the timeline I need to know when the SLE package became available (at least as far back as 99?) and if all years of SLE'* had the close or far apart DL'*.
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Jr is correct, again! The SSEi was dropped in 99 and 2000. The SSE was the SC option. 2001 was the start of the new SSEi and the SSE was dropped for one year. The SLE is now an option package again that can be had on the SSE. There has been no SE package for a couple of years, but how long I would have to research.

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Pontiac'* website shows a SE, SLE, and SSEi available for the current model year...WTF?

AHHHHHHH!!!!!!

I want this timeline to be CORRECT before I post it. I've got info coming in to me on different models ALL OVER THIS FORUM! It'* gonna take me a month of sundays to get it all together now.

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Your going to have to find a hill to die on sooner or later! Between Canadain Production Vehicles & US Production Vehicles there will ALWAYS be a difference in options since GM sells their vehicles to a specific market.
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All of the SE'* have the lights far apart... I think some of the early SLE packages were like the SE'*.. And the Latter( I think after the minor change for 96) SLE Bonnies had them close together like the SSE bonnies.. all SSE'* and SSEi'* had them clost together..

As for the 87-91 bonnies they all had them far apart.......
Is this true for all 92-99 Bonnevilles? What about later era (00-03)
yes, The later 00-03 are the same if I remember correctly.. All of the SE'* are far apart, and all of the SLE and SSEi bonnies have the lights close together..
This is correct 96-03 SE(GX/P showcar ) separate - SLE, SSE, SSEi together foggers
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Go to www.edmunds.com and you will get all of the inside scoops of the Bonnevilles and what came out whats drooped. Also the 1st supercharged is 205 hp series I http://www.edmunds.com/used/1992/pon...tml?id=lin0056 and 1993 http://www.edmunds.com/used/1993/pon...tml?id=lin0056
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Sorry couldnt get nothing for 2003
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According to this thread (and edmunds), my SESC may actually be an SLE???

Anyone care to comment on this possibility?
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