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Old 25 Mar 2008, 07:16 am
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Default what is the difference between HONDA ESI, LXI, ACCORD AND CITY?

what is the difference between HONDA ESI, LXI, ACCORD AND CITY?
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Old 25 Mar 2008, 07:31 am
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The ES version is a higher "dress" model. It will have better tires (e.g. Michelin), audio and interior appointments. Most ES's that Iv'e seen (or owned) have leather interiors, the LX, always fabric.Astrobuf
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