The GT has a powerful, 175 hp, as opposed to the SE, which only has 170hp. The gear ratio can be observed as an ambiguous difference, with the fuel shut off from SE placed at 112mph and the GT at 125mph. The braking structure of the two models has specific differences, as well.
The GT will give you a better ride than SE, and the reason for this is it’s smaller struts and hefty sway bars. The SE was offered only as a sedan in 2002, and the GT was proposed as a coupe until 2004. The characteristic ribbed cladding was also an impeccable feature of the SE until 2003, while GE had the option of a spoiler.
The SE has chromed window trims, and the GT has black mirror trims. In the SE, the mirrors are black, while the GT mirrors match the color of the body.
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Answered Nov 04, 2019
GT has a more powerful 175hp, as opposed to the SE, which only has 170hp. The gear ration can be seen as a small variance, and as the fuel turn off of the SE at 112mph, and of the GT at 125mph. The braking structure of the two styles has some differences, as the GT will give you a stronger ride than SE. The reason for the stronger journey is its fixed struts and stocky sway bars.
The SE was offered only as a sedan until 2004. The SE has chromed window trims, and the GT has black window trims. The mirrors are black on the SE model, while GT mirrors are typically the same color as the car. The exhaust system on the SE is a single exhaust, while the GT offers a dual exhaust. The SE has rear drum brakes, and GT has rear drum brakes.