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    complete newbie.

    Im totaly new to astras and just wondered what was the main differences between the SXi, SRi, and GSi,

    Im currently on the hunt for a black mk4 sxi.

    All the MK4 pages that i have been on here have had "mk4 (G)" what is this G for?

    sorry for my ignorence,. Dan,

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    First of all welcome to the site

    Secondly SXI, SRI and GSI are all different spec levels GSI being the highest. They all have a sporty theme to them where the LS, GLS and CDX are more comfort orientated.
    These specs/ trim levels have been changed on the mk5 just to confuse things more

    G is what the mk4 is refered to as the mk5 is called the H.

    Hope i managed to clear some things up for you.
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    Welcome to the club, enjoy the site. What are you requirements for a black mk4? (3 or 5 doors etc?).

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    cheers for the quick responce, so what order do they go in SXi then SRi then GSi? thats cleared the G thing up perfectly.

    im looking for a 3 door sxi 1.6 16v. not been looking long enough to know exactly what specs.

    cheers Dan

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    You got it spot on Dan.
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