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Our car features the B package:

There were three packages offered, the A package was essentially a stripper and allowed the customer to mix and match options. The only difference between the B & C packages was the Mark Cross leather seating.

There were plenty of options which could be added to the packages; none of which were added to our car :)
They included Automatic Temperature control, antilock brakes, electronic instrument cluster, electronic information center integrated into the overhead console, power antenna/power decklid pulldown, power sunroof, upgraded stereos, keyless entry, air suspension, aluminum wheels.
It's interesting to note that the B package was streamlined for 1993; the following were not standard equipment any longer:
  • Auto day/night mirror
  • Floor mounted console
  • Cornering lights
  • Rear seat cupholders
  • Power eight way seats with memory
  • Cassette deck with equalizer
Not everything was a subtraction: Power antenna and rear deck automatic pulldown were added to the package.

As you can see, the car started off very well equipped with either of the standard group packages, and could be optioned up to quite a high level of luxury.


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