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Customer Preferred Packages


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#1 digitalrailroader

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Posted March 3, 2010 at 01:17 am

I recently got my Options report thanks to a friendly dealer, and was wondering, what the heck the Preferred Packages mean!

this is what I mean: FAM: JA TRACKING: 70402L04AA
Customer Preferred Package 2DA
Customer Preferred Package 22A
DRAC-100 GDP Program

this is to help better understand my EasyBreeze! any help is welcomed!

#2 ImperialCrown

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Posted March 3, 2010 at 04:10 am

The 'tracking' number may be used to route the car from the Sterling Heights assembly plant to it's intended destination (dealer).
Preferred Packaging is the 'bundling' of popular groups of options together like a power group (locks, windows, mirrors, seats, etc) or a trailer towing group (HD cooling, HD suspension, rear disc brakes, wiring harness kit, etc).
It's just easier for the factory to build these groups together. This takes 'pick and choose' away from the buyer, but usually the group options make sense to be offered together.
DRAC to me always meant that the car entered dealer rental service as a rental car.

#3 valiant67

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Posted March 3, 2010 at 07:04 am

You may need to look at a sales brochure to get an idea of what the preferred packages were. Though with a little googling I found that 22A appears to be the automatic transmission with cruise control.

I'll see if I have anythign at home with more details.

Edited by valiant67, March 3, 2010 at 07:10 am.


#4 digitalrailroader

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Posted March 3, 2010 at 12:05 pm

The 'tracking' number may be used to route the car from the Sterling Heights assembly plant to it's intended destination (dealer).
Preferred Packaging is the 'bundling' of popular groups of options together like a power group (locks, windows, mirrors, seats, etc) or a trailer towing group (HD cooling, HD suspension, rear disc brakes, wiring harness kit, etc).
It's just easier for the factory to build these groups together. This takes 'pick and choose' away from the buyer, but usually the group options make sense to be offered together.
DRAC to me always meant that the car entered dealer rental service as a rental car.


so my Breeze started life as a Dealer Loaner?


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