Base car

Asked by Apr 02, 2017 at 01:45 AM

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

What does base mean

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128,085

Base price is usually the model with the minimum amount of content (features), without options, and before Transportation costs. Depending on the car, could be the manual transmission model, with roll up windows, am fm radio, etc.

127,225

Base car means a vehicle that has no trim options, like say a Cadillac Deville vs a Cadillac Deville CTS, the CTS is a trim option. HTH

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Basement features (Base), more deluxe features above the basement (base). Base is from the Latin, "basis".

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