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RE: Sport Seats?
>> All CQs (in the US, at least) came with the sport seats, so
>>you probably won't get any BTDT from someone with barcoloungers
>>in a CQ.
Then Derek replied:
>From the option codes listed on your site Eric... ;-)
>Sport Seats: Q1D
>Elec. Operated Front Seats: 3L4
>Heated Front Seats: 4A3
>Now. I'll insist that this does NOT mean all US coupes have
No, please don't insist that! :^)
Those option codes tell you what pieces are fitted to the car,
but they aren't necessarily "options" in the marketing sense.
Read the paragraph at the top of that page. Look at the other
items in that list -- airbag, rear wiper, disk brakes, halogen
headlamps, ... These were certainly not optional equipment on
the US cars. There are also items on there (dual airbags, full
size spare) that we nover got.
The only real options (4 of them) are listed on the specs page
right above the link to the codes page you quoted. There's also
info from the horse's mouth -- check out the letters from AoA
to Jeff G. at the top of the page.
>Unless the CQ has different sport seats than the 200.
That's quite possibly true. Don't the type 44 cars have different
seats than the smaller cars? (mounts are different, at least)
'90 CQ 20V - my 'racing-iron' ;^)