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Old 04-20-2008, 12:40 AM   #1
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I mean for real? I've searched everywhere and i still wonder what these acronyms mean
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Old 04-20-2008, 12:47 AM   #2
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I KNOW that they all are different packages slt being the one with the most options im not sure what the letters represent but its just the package of the vehicle!
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Old 04-20-2008, 01:39 AM   #3
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theres another thread on here from awhile back were we wre all trying to figure it out. everyone was posting their options... mines an LS. basically means "no leather".

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LS- Luxury Sprot
LT- Luxury Touring

not sure on the others. although from what ive seen the ls/lt is chevy and slt and sle is GMC? someone post up if thats not right.
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Old 04-20-2008, 10:50 AM   #4
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--snip from ask.cars.com-- LT is a trim level found across the Chevrolet lineup on its cars, trucks and SUVs. LT isn't an acronym for something like “Luxury Touring” on newer models. According to a Chevrolet representative, it’s simply a code for higher-optioned trim designations.


At least in the old days,the letters meant something:SE Special Edition,GT Grand Turismo,GTA Grand Turismo Automatic,SS Super Sports,LE Luxury Edition,R/T Road and Track,VIP Very Important Person,GS Gran Sport,2+2 Seats 4......GM now seems to have lost its mind,and just names things for the heck of it.

So just make up your own acronym. I have an LT so i'll go with 'Lady of the Thistle'.
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SLT means superior leather trim i think
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"Lady of the Thistle"

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My '93 Yukon is the SLE model...I like to refer to it as the Super Luxury Edition. It came stock with all the bells and whistles you could every possible think of...then I went and added a real wood trim kit that included the replacement of the center consol.
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SLE=Special Luxury Edition
SLT=Special Luxury Trim package
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I thought LS stood for less stuff and LT stood for lots of things.
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I thought LS stood for less stuff and LT stood for lots of things.
LOL that's great
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