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Old 09-30-2003, 11:08 PM   #1
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Some say SE'* look better and have less trouble (electic computer display wise) actually, either would do for me, I don't like the 92-95 SE'* look that much though; I think in certian ways they are better than other trim levels, U don't have to worry about the electronic display goin haywire on U is one reason.

SE'*/SLE 96-99 and 02+ are the ones I like body style wise (for SE'* anyway) Hell, If SE'* in those years had SSE/i equipment I'd get one of those insted ( I need electronic display 9 way power seats traction control ect....

SSE/i are more of a couples car (mean'n no kiddies) more aggressively made than the family type SE, I also like SSE/i'* outer look the skirts are lower than SE'* and they look way better spoilerless (driver J and I know that!) I like the tails, the center lights are a plus looks better with the parking lights on.

an one other thing why doesn't they elec display tell U if a fog light is out! small I know but I drive with mine one when I'm in they car, an let me tell U it'* not coo with a non working fog light, this Usually happens to U new guys 00+ Ur one of ur fogs are always out
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It'* easy to tell when grandma'* *** is going 56mph in the fast lane if you know what I mean.
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LMAO! Just pull over, get out, and check them. :P

I'd love to have the SSEi'* engine and other neat features in the SE'* body. I guess it seems more sleek and aggressive to me, and those connected rear lights are spiffy.

My two cents' worth. (about 35$ Canadian right now)
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My two cents' worth. (about 35$ Canadian right now)
Ohhhh, hun?...thats not nice... :P

Oh and 96+ model tail lights are COOL, looks like an angry set of eybrows
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Reliability of the entire car is NOT the reason why I have an SSEi. If I wanted reliability I would purchase a Camry or an Accord.
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