I've got Nissan Maxima 1998, the cheapest GXE version(I like stick shift, but at the time I could't spring up for the SE). My car's got a built-in speed limitation - it won't go over 110mph(or 120mph- sorry, I haven't tried it lately). The only way to do away with it is to replace the current car computer with one picked out from SE(or may be GLE) Maxima from a junkyard or someplace else. Now, GXE, SE and GLE are virtually the same short of cosmetics and few features(ABS can be optional). The fact that the car won't go over certain speed limit PREDETERMINED BY THE MANIFACTURER was/is not advertised of course. This whole thing pertains directly to the market strategy where the flagship model is being downsized by chopping off features from otherwise perfectly good product. I'm not talking about cars only. I am quite leery of anything which I perceive to be even remotely Kmart-ed/WalMart-ed in order to bring "value" to the customers. Windows XP Home edition comes to mind. RedHat/Suse "personal"?! -I'll pass.....Not that I'll ever use all the features, but buying artificially crippled version of anything is really a choice of last resort.