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I'm so confused! Is my 1998 Disco an LE or LSE? It says LE on the side...

but it has chrome bumpers, wood trimmed center console, leather shifter and console lid, stainless steel door handles, chrome-look inserts on the rubber body strips, "Boost" wheels, and (I think) Lightstone interior (it's light tan with dark piping)...

it does NOT have color-keyed mirrors, bumper ends, grill, or spoiler... those are all basic black plastic...

From what I've read, all of the stuff listed is what differentiates an LSE from and LE model. So I don't get it, is mine an LE with some optional package that makes it "almost" and LSE? Is it a Frankenstein, with bits and pieces from another car?

Is there a way to find out what trim package I really have? :dunno:
 

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You can tell by the VIN. What is the VIN?
 

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Trim Level by VIN?

You can tell by VIN? When I run the VIN on Consumer Guide, it just says "1998 Land Rover Discovery California Model/LE/LSE." Maybe you have something different though...
 

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According to the RoversNorth.com catalog it's a 1998 Discovery Class E, whatever that means. email me and I'll forward it to you.
 
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