Date: Tue, 11 Apr 2000 06:07:43 GMT
From: Mathias <_nopsamm>
Subject: Re: Decisions, decisions...96 Aero, 98 CSE

At least for the eurpean market, these two models do not have the same engines. Or to be exact, the same turbos. The CSE has a garret T25M while the aero uses a Mitsubishi TD04HL-15t. If you are thinking of tuning your car above 240-250hk, then the Mitsu turbo is a better choise.... /Mathias JTMav wrote: > On Sun, 09 Apr 2000 23:55:44 GMT, diamondlilnopsamnet wrote: > The 98 does not have the same suspension as the Aero nor does it have > the Aero seats, wheels or brakes. It's tough to choose here because > they're both great cars. I have a 94 9000 CSE T as well as a 00 9-5 > Aero. I guess if the Aero has been well cared for I would go with > that. The stiffer suspension, the larger wheels and brakes and more > capable in the twisties would sway me to the Aero. I think you win > either way. Good luck. > > >I have the opportunity to choice btween the following; > > > >96 Aero, Black on Charcole w/36,000 miles 5 sp/ $21K USA > >98 9000 CSE Red on Charcole w/11,000 miles 5 sp/ $23K USA > > > > > >Assume both are excellent condition. I find little info on the 98 > >CSE. Other than same engine (225 hp) I can't seem to find other > >differences. The Aero is lower and stiffer sprung than it's 96 CSE > >9000 counterpart and has 19 vs 18mm thicker sway bars as well as > >thicker strut pistons. Does the 98 CSE follow suit? Any suggestions > >are welcome. I'm torn. > > > >Todd > > JTMav > Remove the NSP for email

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