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Old 13 Jun 2005, 04:10 pm
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Default standard vs. options

On June 4th, I bought a silver/black top Convertible in the Touring Edition trim with turbo lite engine.

From reading this forum and comparing the two PT convertibles that I test drove, it seems that you have a lot of different possible configurations at the various trim levels. I'm just wondering if there's a chart out there somewhere that breaks things down into a nice visual presentation of the info.

My car seems to have an odd combination of upgraded and downgraded features. I have the 6 CD in dash changer, traction control, ABS, the cloth top, and pretty nice chrome wheels.

I don't have the two tone interior. I would guess that my dash and seats are the same as the base model. They appear to be the same as my fiancee's base model Neon in color and material.
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