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Old 21 Mar 2008, 11:16 pm
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Default What do the different vehicle models stand for? DX, LX, GT, EX etc....?

I figured out on my vehicle the 'GT' stands for grand touring, What do other models stand for (In general)
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Old 21 Mar 2008, 11:31 pm
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well dx lx and ex is for the honda models which i dont think stand for anything. they just signify which is the basic model (dx) which has nothing but basics (no power windows, locks, moon roof ect.) lx is the standard model which is (power windows/locks upgrade engine, and possible moonroof) and ex is top of the line model which has all the goodies! (power everything, upgraded engine, leather seats and power moonroof)
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wow well put street well put best answer right there lol
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Old 22 Mar 2008, 12:01 am
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well the si is the best has dohc engine and sun roof and power locks and such the ex is second with a 127 hp engine and other stuff, then there is an hx with 117 hp and little less upgrades than the ex, and it goes down to lx and dx there hp is like 90 it's just differnt emblems to tell which car is better pretty much
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Old 22 Mar 2008, 12:16 am
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Well in Honda the DX is the basic with no power windows or power locks, just a plain car. The LX has the power windows, power locks, different factory rims, and other little goodies. The EX has the upgraded VTEC engine with more HP and has everything the LX has but it has a moon-roof, optional leather seats, and alloy factory rims.
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