Okay, basically for the Sedans, "SE" was an L, with some added features of the LS I believe. The accesories vary by trim, and year. However, the GS Sedan (94-95) is the only sedan to have the more powerful "TypeII" engine 230HP.
The coupes 1993-1995 all had the "TypeII" Engine
All cars which had the TypeII also had an optional 6speed manual available (verses the older 5speed), I would tell you the exact additions, but the truth is, it has been asked before. Try a search.
My black/black 93 Legend LS 6 speed coupe with keyless entry, alarm, 6 disc changer had an MSRP of about $44,000.
144,000 miles, Mobil 1 5W30 every month since new, Eibach Prokits, Koni Adjustable shocks, Eibach camber adjust kit, 215 50 17 Toyo Proxes T1S tires, TSW chrome Revos, SCM braided stainless brake lines, Brembo Cross Drilled/slotted rotors, Porterfield RS4 pads, Dinan Stage II chip, RM Racing intake, Banzai (Kone Engineering) exhaust (I figure about 260 HP at the crank), XM Receiver, 6 disc changer, garaged every night but a couple since new.
This car is better than new. It handles beautifully, much better than new, snubbed, taut but with more motion on the highway than stock. It is really, really quick. It sounds beautiful - the intake honk is pure music. The brake pedal is firm thanks to the steel brake lines and Porterfield pads. Not a ding.
Every time I think of getting something new, I figure I'll end up with something less. Maybe a bit quicker (330 ci 6 speed) or more luxurious (more comfortable than a Legend?) but certainly it wouldn't have the incredible combination of performance and luxury of an LS 6 speed coupe.