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what does the following on dodge cars mean

LE
SE
ES
SRT
SLT
RS
SXT
RT
i think i know some but would like to know all
 

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They depended on the make, but from what I know about Chryslers

LE - Luxury Edition/Limited Edition
SE - Special edition
ES - Euro Sport
SRT - Street Racing Technoligy
SLT - not sure, something to do with trucks
RS - Rally Sport
SXT - not sure
RT - Road and Track

There is also LX, LXI and and Limited. Probabily a few others too.
 

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This is what i thought they meant

SE - special edition
SXT - street xtreme tuning
RT - race tuned

Im not saying thats what they really mean. I would like to know as well... i just never cared enough to ask. They have an sxt minivan so im not sure what the sxt could stand for. I want to debadge mine anyways, its really an ES (legally).
 

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thanks for the definitions guys

and IntrepidBusIV i should think not (who would ever ask such a silly ? but me)

sorry
 

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R/T = Road and Track, NOT Race Tuned :p
 

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SRT = Street and Racing Technology

SLT - I'm pretty sure its not Laramie because there are quite a few non-Laramie RAM's running around there....including the one in my driveway.
 

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Avenger said:
R/T = Road and Track, NOT Race Tuned :p
2 different versions of the letters "R" and "T" running out there.

1. 05 Magnum "RT"
2. 06 Magnum "R/T"

The letters are really all over the place as far as meaning, or at least model designation.

SXT is all over the place from being the bargain base models to midline, to top dog models.

Street and Racing Technology (SRT) is from the Performance Vehicle Operations (PVO) Division within the Chrysler group.

SLT - I'm pretty sure its not Laramie because there are quite a few non-Laramie RAM's running around there....including the one in my driveway
94-01 Ram's were SLT Laramie models (with top dog package SLT Plus although no badge for the "Plus"), but the designation has changed, pickups seem to run ST, SLT, Laramie (with Dakota getting another R/T model and Ram getting SRT-10). Durango's run SXT, SLT, Adventurer, Limited
 

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ROFL @ some of the answers here...

SE (base model) = Special Edition, bahh haha. Maybe "Standard Edition"
ES (midline) = EuroSport ? Maybe... or Extra Styling
LE = Luxury Edition, not usually... maybe Limited Edition
LX = is Luxury Edition
LXi = is Luxury Edition improved
SXT = Street Xtreme Tuning, lol... maybe Standard w/ Xtra Tuning
SRT = Street/Road/Track ???, Street Racing Tech. (I doubt any OEM would condone this one). Street and Racing Technology is correct.
R/T, RT is Road & Track
SSE (not mentioned) is Style & Sound Edition

LHS is the 'S' version of the LH body
 

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TERMINATOR101CA said:
Umm isn't Street and Road the same thing ?????? I would go with the Street and Racing Team /(Technology)

EDIT: http://www.lfpress.com/cgi-bin/publish.cgi?p=96152&x=articles&s=wheels
Like the Dodge Viper SRT-10, the number four in SRT-4 denotes the number of cylinders in the engine, while SRT is an acronym for Street and Racing Technology (it used to be for Street/Racing/Track but apparently someone at DCX figured out that made no sense).

i was close... i didn't know they changed it
http://www.allpar.com/neon/neon-srt-4.html
 
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