WHAT'S DFFERENCE BETWEEN AN OLDSMOBILE SILHOUETTE GLS, OLDSMOBILE SILHOUETTE GL, AND OLDSMOBILE GS

Asked by Sep 05, 2009 at 05:05 PM about the 1998 Oldsmobile Silhouette

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HOW DO I TELL THE DIFFERENCE?  WOULD IT HAVE THE LETTERS ON THE CAR?

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There won't be letters on the vehicle. The only way to differentiate by WORDING - is if there is Premier on the side. That's the fully loaded version. Silhouette GS: Base model Silhouette GL: Optional Personal Convenience Package which includes keyless remote entry system, second row captains chairs and others.....plus the option of a short or long wheel base and leather optional. Plus there are more options available not offered on the GS Silhouette GLS: Fully loaded, minus the DVD entertainment and OnStar. Long wheel base, rear parking sensors, a higher curb weight and cargo hauling capacity. Leather was also standard on this model. These models are on the 97-/98 2005 model years. In 2006 it was replaced by the Buick Terraza - as Oldsmobile was no more. And now the Terraza is no more either. Hope that helps!

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GLS does have OnStar on the panel up top.As far as I know the only difference in basic car features is seats aren't heated (it does have the 8-way seat switch though).

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thank you

this is Loaded a Primier has everything. But I want another Jeep

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