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Old 01-17-2018, 06:35 PM   #1
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Journey SE

Can someone tell me what the SE signifies on a 2007 Journey 36 SE?

Don't see it mentioned in the 2007 brochure.
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I have one and I think it means special edition. It has fewer bells and whistles such as mine does not have power seats which I have never missed.
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My neighbor had a Meridian SE, the only one I ever saw. And just today I saw my 1st Journey SE. Must have been very few made..
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The following was posted on this forum on August 28, 2010 when a forum member called Corporate Winnebago and asked what the difference was between a standard coach and a Special Edition (SE).

"OK-here's the answer direct from Winnebago:
I was informed by Wanda Hill in Customer Relations Dept. that the only difference was that Special Edition coaches are built with different fabric choices that standard coaches, and are offered for a limited time only. Other than that, they are identical coaches as far as options etc. Hope this clarifies the issue!!"

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SE Edition

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The following was posted on this forum on August 28, 2010 when a forum member called Corporate Winnebago and asked what the difference was between a standard coach and a Special Edition (SE).

"OK-here's the answer direct from Winnebago:
I was informed by Wanda Hill in Customer Relations Dept. that the only difference was that Special Edition coaches are built with different fabric choices that standard coaches, and are offered for a limited time only. Other than that, they are identical coaches as far as options etc. Hope this clarifies the issue!!"

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Regardless of what the factory said, Slapfoot is correct. While you can order a Journey "stripped" by simply not checking any of the boxes, the same was not true for the Meridian and the SE. The Meridian SE lacks Full body paint, the CAT C/7 motor, black mirrors, not chrome, steel wheels, fabric instead of leather (or whatever they call it), and the list goes on. As mentioned above, my neighbor had one and I asked him about the differences. He pointed out all of the above as starters, and that from the sales person when he bought it. They had 4 kids, dogs, and limited budget so this was a good choice for them to not worry so much about trashing it. His only regret was the lack of the C/7, and after chipping the Cummins engine and wiping out 4 turbos, they finally sold it.
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