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Old 24 Aug 2011, 08:31 pm
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Default How do I tell what trim level my 05 Honda Civic is?

I looked in the owner's manual and the doorjamb but neither of them say. It's a coupe w/ manual tranny, all black interior, the fabric on the seats appears solid black from a distance but has tiny little lines in it. Came with steel wheels and hubcaps. Doesn't seem to have ABS































got the car from my mom who bought it used, she has no idea
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Old 24 Aug 2011, 08:46 pm
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The Honda Civic DX sedan ($13,160) and DX coupe ($13,810) are the least expensive Civics. Both are powered by a 1.7-liter four-cylinder engine rated at 115 horsepower. The DX sedan has wind-up windows and manual locks, and it lacks such features as air conditioning and seat-height adjustment. An optional VP or Value Package ($400) adds air conditioning, a CD player and a center console. The VP is included in the price of the standard DX coupe.































In other Civic trim levels, the coupes are less expensive. The LX sedan ($15,510) and LX coupe ($15,310) get the 115-hp engine with more standard equipment, including air conditioning, 15-inch (rather than 14-inch) steel wheels, anti-roll bars front and rear, power-windows, a height-adjustable driver's seat, remote keyless entry and a CD player.































The Civic EX sedan ($17,410) and coupe ($17,010) get more power from a more sophisticated 127-horsepower VTEC (for variable valve timing) version of the 1.7-liter engine. EX also adds 15-inch aluminum wheels, body-colored power mirrors, upgraded audio with six speakers, and a tilt-and-slide glass sunroof. For 2005, Honda offers a Special Edition Civic for the first time in several years. The SE is actually an option package ($450) on the EX. It includes an in-dash 6-disc CD changer with an auxiliary jack for Ipod-style MP3 players and satellite radio receivers. The SE also adds a leather-wrapped steering wheel, rear-deck spoiler, unique alloy wheels and special badges.































The Honda Civic Si ($19,220) is only available as a hatchback and the hatchback is only available as the Si. The Si comes with a high-output 2.0-liter VTEC engine delivering 160 horsepower, sport tires and suspension and EX-grade features. It's not offered with an automatic.































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Old 24 Aug 2011, 09:01 pm
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Just look at the cluster light;















Red = EX















Blue = DX/LX.















If that doesn't help, pop the hood and look at the valve cover;















VTEC-E = EX















VTEC = DX/LX.















That's going to answer your question.































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