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Old 11-20-2003, 11:26 AM   #11
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So if your telling me I have all the SE options I have an SLE RPO?
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Old 11-20-2003, 11:28 AM   #12
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If you had the SLE, your car would look like Jason'*, your grilles are not the same..and I doubt your exhaust set up is the same
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Old 11-20-2003, 11:30 AM   #13
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i like the white but dont they have a CURSE but i realy like those ground effects want those too
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Old 11-20-2003, 11:34 AM   #14
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Ya..damn curse, the SSE/i cladding is found standard on late model SLE'*, like Smeillbird, if I didn't know any better (or hadn't seen his interior) I would have assumed SSEi
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Gotta go forced induction, baby!!!......
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Old 11-20-2003, 12:25 PM   #16
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im considering it, but the boss says no. she says gas cost to much, but then she says buy a big truck so im gonna tell her the gas im gonna waste in a truck will cost more them putting premuim in a sc bonneville.
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Old 11-20-2003, 12:48 PM   #17
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There are two bodies, and two main interiors/dash, SE and SSE.

SE - the SE body, and base interior. It cannot come with a HUD, but sunroofs are options. They can be found with Supercharged engines but it'* rare.

SLE (RPO) this has the SE stuff with nearly all available options. For a few months in 93 even with a special muffler. Mine is as loaded as SE'* come (except sunroofs).

SLE (Trim line) this is a full trim line that has it'* own badges. It uses the SSE style body, but it has an SE interior/dash. You can't get a HUD, but you get the sportier body, and most options. Smellbirds is an excellent example. We have yet to see an SLE SC.

SSE - This is a full trim line, it has HUD standard untill recently, moonroof is an option, the sporier SSE body, and the full SSE dash with all the electronics. Leather is standard, 12 way seats are, and they also have electronic climate control.

SSEi - a variant of the SSE, it has a supercharger, and performance shift, and traction control. It generally has nearly every option, without a moonroof they would be rare.
2000 and newer there is only three models: SE, SLE, SSEI. The SLE Shares the SSEIs exterior styling and a HUD display is an available option.
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Buickman you want an SSE then, a supercharger woulda been much more money all around for me... price, insurance, gas.... So i had to say no... I still wonder how bad it would've been though.

If you have an SE you THINK is SLE you've got a few things to look at. It must have the grill like mine, not the 4 bars. It must be a LATE 93 through 94 maybe 95 model year, have bucket seats, leather, power seats, steering wheel controls, full dash, most have auto ride

THEN go check your trunk RPO sheet for H4u.
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ME and BonneMEMN are the 93 SLE Experts here

BonneME Does yours have auto ride
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