S - Sport

05 June 2006

Sport - It used to be that cars in 'Sport' trim had greater power outputs than other models in the range, either with larger engines or more powerful versions of the same motor.

Increasingly, though, 'Sport' is used as a trim level in itself. So there could be a choice of the same engines offered elsewhere in the range, but the car may come with sports seats or aluminium trim, for example.


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