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Old 02-22-2012, 03:44 AM   #1
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Been trying to figure what body trim my bonne is (se,sle,sse) thanks a lot.
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Welcome to the site! It looks to me like you have SE trim.
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thanks, how can you tell?? btw has power driver seat, windows, mirrors, cruise control and leather seats
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Forgot to mention its a 94
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Based on the placement of your fog lights and your lack of body cladding. I'm not 100% positive on that though... maybe somebody more knowledgeable could chime in?
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ya, the sse has the lights more toward the middle. hard to tell other wise the interiors you could get from bone stock to as nice as a sse or sle. not sure why you wouldnt just get a sse or sle at that point.
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So at the end of the day i guess my question is what are the defining points between the trim styles
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His looks identical bodywise to mine. Except he doesn't have a sunroof. Mine does and its an SE.
If I remember right, each year did not have SE, SLE, SSE, SSEi. For all I know, my car could be missing 2 options keeping it from an SSE, and 1 more option for SSEi. I think the missing SSE options are the full power seats and heads up display.

I just checked my RPO listing against Compnine, and it gives no indication code wise what trim level I have.
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my sse has all the stuff the ssei (duel exhuast, hud, etc..) has except the supercharger. it also has the 3.05 gears where the ssei does not.
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That is a nice looking Bonneville,robone619. Like that color and the rims. She'* in great shape too, from the looks of it.
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