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Old 01-16-2005, 11:41 AM   #11
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That'* a base model, with Leather, DVD system, and the wheels I think are optioned. Either way, still base bonnie. After owning an SSE, I wouldn't get anything lower than one. So, I may be partial to options. My mom'* vdub is beyond base, she is lucky to have a CD player, and seats that move [and they aren't electronic].


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Looks like an SLE optioned Bonne. Not a bad price for the options.

Bill'* not going to like your comment about "Green"

Surgery .....hope is goes well and you're driving again soon. :(
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i think you'd like the bonne a lot if you test drove it. they could be confusing the 'dvd system' with ONstar...
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Looks like an SLE optioned Bonne. Not a bad price for the options.
That'* what I was thinking too when I read through the options. I really, really, can't see anything missing that wouldn't be a big deal to do without. It looks like it'* got everything a girl could want. It'* a good looking car.
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Its not an SLE. Its just an SE that was optioned up, mostlikely the car was ordered with thoes options. The SLE for the 2000+ looks like the SSEi
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Ms. Sixty I think she looks beautiful. and 75,000 is just about right for milage.
theres only 1 way to find out if its for you.
TEST DRIVE ask if you can keep it for a day.
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Why bother about the year? I've heard others say this yet my 93 is more reliable then their newer cars. I'd rather have a 93ish year vehicle with 100k then a 00 with 80k for instance. (not bonnie specific).
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Looks like an SLE optioned Bonne. Not a bad price for the options.
It looks like it'* got everything a girl could want.
Everything but a Great Boyfriend with a job that cares....HA!
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Why bother about the year? I've heard others say this yet my 93 is more reliable then their newer cars. I'd rather have a 93ish year vehicle with 100k then a 00 with 80k for instance. (not bonnie specific).

I bother about year because I don't very much like older cars. and I dont want to get ride of a 97 and buy an 90 and have it be even crappier than what I used to have...so therefore I only go newer...plus its just me I like new cars so I go newer



Now can someone explain to me What the hell an SLE is...Is it the same as an SE or what I dont get the difference....
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Hey now! My '89 has less problems then a lot of newer cars! In my honest opinion, the 'little ****' problems my mom'* vdub is having, are a lot worse than the few things wrong with my car. I'd like to see a 16 year old car that was driven daily, and not very well maintained work as well as mine [and not at this moment, but once i get the engine back together]. I'm not saying buy an '89 Bonneville, but I am saying you should be open to older cars. Age means nothing. What about getting a lemon? Newer isn't always better. And, I don't like new cars. I am much more partial to older ones, honestly.


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