what is the difference between a se and a se1?

Asked by Aug 30, 2007 at 09:20 PM about the 2004 Pontiac Grand Am

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Hi jlnc123, The Grand Am's basic trim lines were SE and GT, though both contained submodels (SE, SE1, SE2, GT, GT1) with slight variations. The basic SE came with 15-inch wheels, antilock brakes, air-conditioning, radio and power door locks. The SE1 added power windows, a power seat, cruise control and folding rear seat, while the SE2 added the V6 engine, 16-inch wheels, speed-sensitive power steering, an upgraded stereo, steering-wheel audio controls and keyless entry. Hope this helps!

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But I have a GM SE1 and it is a V6. You say V6 came with SE2 but this seems to contradict that??

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