I thought the auto's came around the same time the sedans did. Most Sedans I've seen were auto and most coupes I've seen are manuals. :dunno:nate328Ci said:
I belive they were offered on '95. Only auto coupes were '95s, correct?
To elaborate a bit:TD said:Not really.
The only things you can pick up on are the years that certain bodystyles and/or options were offered.
The sedans are '97s and '98s only. The convertibles are '97-'99. If it has your steering wheel (the three-spoke) it's a '99 or very late '98. And there are visual cues identifying cars with the luxury package (lower front fascia, side skirts, wood trim inside) and it was only offered certain years (but I don't know when). And the '95 coupes did not have staggered wheel/tire setups. And the grill changed for '96+.
But there is basically no visual difference between a '96 and '98 coupe, for example.