Date: Fri, 23 Jul 1999 08:26:15 +0200
From: Andreas van der Wal <>
Subject: Re: What's the difference, 9000 CDE/CSE?

The difference between 9000 CDE and 9000 CSE might not be the same in all countries, but in Sweden the last E means some extra equipment such as ACC etc. The CS is the 5 door (hatchback?) that came 1992, while the CD is a 4 door with a seperate trunk. If this is valid in the rest of the world I don't know since I know that the names are not always the same. Example: In Sweden a 9-3S and a 9-3SE, is the same except for equipment. In both you can have turbo and non turbo. In US 9-3s is non-turbo while 9-3SE means turbo....... / Andreas

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