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Old 12-28-2004, 09:10 PM   #21
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The reason I asked if it was Dark Blue was because some of the other Dark Blue Bonne owners have complained about poor factory paint jobs.
That 2003 may have been repainted.

I bought my 2000 SSEi with all the available options.
The options were: Heated seats, Power sliding sunroof, Chrome wheels and a trunk mounted 12 disc CD player. Everything else is standard. On Star came out in 2001 as another option.
As far as I know, there is no Special Edition option.
Does that 2003 have anything else special.
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speaking of the "tightness" in steering and turning I think the GP (w body) will be better...although I dont have as much experiance in 2000+ Bonnes as id like too, the GP will feel altogether tighter. I still remember my test drive on my Regal and saying "man this just feels SO much tighter than my Bonne" course the Bonnes got 115k and the Buicks at 60K thatll make some difference alone....but I do think the wheelbase alone will make it feel "tighter".......heated seats must be NIIICCEEE.....one of 2 options missing on the Regal :( I may have to get that kit for the Buick as the Bonne wil not see another winter as long as I own her. Now a custom perforated seat cooler is a whole nuther idea...hmmmm

Moreso the GTP. The GT has a softer feel to it because of teh suspension.
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The one I looked at had no chrome wheels. They don't mention the CD in the trunk so I don't think it has that either. It did have a sun roof.
It'* good to know about the blue color. There are 2 in blue for sale in the area but I haven't had a chance to look at them.
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I've owned 3 cars with manual steering, which I think is the best for road feel. I've driven my sister'* altima, and her new subaru. Both had what I felt was too much tightness.

The magnasteer in my Bonnie feels very close to manual steering, and in my opinion, is perfect. But I realize this is a matter of taste.
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