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Old 08-05-2014, 02:18 PM   #1
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600a???

Just recently spotted a couple of 2005 ZXWs on the market. Bot had 600A as part of the "trim" designation.

---2005 ZXW SE (600A)---

What does the 600A mean?

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Old 08-05-2014, 10:12 PM   #2
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95 lookers and nobody knows?
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They're called quick order codes. x00 usually indicates the standard package for that trim level, followed by x01, x02, and so on.

I would imagine sedans were 1xx for base, 2xx for SE, 3xx for SES. The ZX3 was probably 4xx, the ZX5 5xx and 6xx for wagons.

I don't ever recall seeing 'S' wagons, so it would lead me to believe you have found a standard SE wagon, and if there are options, they were individually added, as opposed to being part of a quick order package.
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Ok, thanks.
Makes sense because both of them have pretty much everything the standard SES has.
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It'll take waiting for someone who remembers the code from when they were new.

Right now, IIRC, the "201A" is a sport pkg. on a MkIII SE for example. Trim packages are less likely to be remembered over time than sport ones, and if popular they get named something else for easy reference such as the "EAP" pkg. on the SVT's.
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