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|What "full Option" Means To Me. by qimpex: 7:22am On Jan 26, 2008|
A lot of my clients are fond of specifying the 'full option' clause when ordering a car or truck. However, the defination of 'full option' differs from one client to another. NLders what does 'full option' means to you?
|Re: What "full Option" Means To Me. by Siena(m): 10:57am On Jan 26, 2008|
"Full option" means ever conceivable extra that could be specified on a particular make / model.
A model might not have ABS as an extra, and may not be able to be specified by the original buyer, but may have all the other extras available. So, this car will still be classed as "full option".
So, a car without aircon can still have all the options available. It will still be "full option", if aircon was not available, even as an additional extra.
I never use the term "full option" myself. I order a car that has the extra's I need. For example, if you live in a country where satellite mapping isn't available, what's the point in paying the extra for Sat Nav? Pointless.
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