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Hey everyone (all of like 5 people lol). I have an 04 cambiocorsa coupe on order and I just wanted to know what makes the 04 different than say an 03. I know it's got cupholders, thats a plus. Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
 

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Hey everyone (all of like 5 people lol). I have an 04 cambiocorsa coupe on order and I just wanted to know what makes the 04 different than say an 03. I know it's got cupholders, thats a plus. Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Hello and welcome to the site. Yep all 10 users! But it will grow I'm sure of that. I'm sorry I can't help you with the difference on your car, but I'd like to say congrats on the purchase and hope to see you back on this site to tell us how it drives.
 

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:?: For US cars , there is the cupholder, behind the now smaller ashtray. The dash is now different. The finish is tighter, making it thinner. You have more visability over the dash. You can also order Grey finish wheels and on the Coupes you will be able to get the Vintage Package options on the coupe. Starting with December build cars. The Shift sofware is also different as well as the shift lever which now goes from reverse straight to 1st without having to use the paddles.
There are allot of new options, drilled peddles, Chrome roll bar hoops, blue gauges, and alum. finish trim.
 

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Thanks a lot for the info. I had actually ordered my coupe with the vintage package, i wasn't sure about how the grey finish wheels would look so i just stuck with the chromish vintage package wheels. I also got the drilled pedals and the alum trim finish. I think that these options go into effect before December build date because I left my order about 2 weeks ago and she said it would be here by january or even late december. (i hate waiting!!) When you say that the shift software is different, what can i expect differently? I had testdriven an 02 and an 03 and the difference between the 03 was much smoother but in sport mode it didn't blip the throttle which i really loved like the 02 did. does the 04 blip the throttle at all when you are going to like a stoplight? i love that sound. Sorry I'm aksing so many questions, i just haven't found someone who can answer them yet. just one more question i promise...what do u mean by the finish is tighter and thinner--i'm just not picturing it. Thanks a lot in advance
 

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'o4s do not blip throttle , What I meant by the dash , is the dash material is thinner, and the leather finish is tighter.
Visability is increased over the instrument binnacle.
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Are the Drilled pedals an option or are they standard on 2004? If an option, how much. I can not find any info about them. Thanks Scott
 

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the drilled pedals are part of the Vintage Package. I think that you can specifiy them as an individual option, but I do not believe they are standard. I don't know about pricing, though.
 

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Thanks for the info but I found out that you do have to order as an option. They are $365 and as my dealer gave me 11% off on car he will take 11% off of any extras I add before my production date In Jan. I am ordering them as I liked them on my S2000 and also wanted to put them n my Boxster but found it was a pain to do. He sent me a whole price list of 2004 options so if anyone wants it just E-Mail me for it and I will send it to you. Still waiting to hear from any drivers of the GT model to hear how they like shifting
 
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