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Old 22 Jun 2008, 12:31 am
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Default What is the difference between a Honda Accord LX, EX, EX-L V6?

i cant find out what the differences are. Also, if you can, please post the differences for a Honda Civic SI, LX, EX, DX, and EX-L. Thanks!
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Old 22 Jun 2008, 12:46 am
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LX = base accord.EX = premium options (such as sun roof)EX-L = premium options (such as sun roof) plus Leather seats.V6 = Has 6 cylinder engine, arranged in a v-shape, instead of the standard inline 4 engine.Civic Si is the high performance Civic. DX is the cheap trim level Civic, even more basic than the LX.You're actually missing a few trim levels:http://automobiles.honda.com/tools/c...CGroupNum=4999
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Its kinda cool that you ask this question, my parents just bought a 2008 Accord EX-L V6. Let me see if I can provide some basic info for you.The LX is the base model on the new Accords, I don't believe they have the DX anymore. The LX is a 4 cyl engine with cloth seats, alloy wheels and everything you would need for comfort and performance. The EX is also a 4 cyl engine but now has leather seating, a sunroof, heated seats, and separate climate control. The top of the line is the near 300HP EX-L V6 which obviously has the V6 engine, custom wheels, Sirius satellite radio, 6CD changer, a single CD player standard on the lesser models. The most amazing thing I like about the EX-L V6 besides its looks, the dual exhausts etc is the MPG rated at 25-35. When traveling at a constant cruising speed the engine shuts down 3 of the 6 cylinders increasing mileage, all V6's should do that, I think the Charger has it as well but I'm not sure.As far as the Civics it is basically the same, the higher the level the more the equipment except the Civics are all 4 cylinder models. The Si is the high performance model rated at 197HP. I believe the others are 145-160. Their MPG is higher at 28-38. I hope all of this helps.
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Old 22 Jun 2008, 01:16 am
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Okay, you can find this site, but you can't find Honda.com to do a comparo? Ugh...
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Old 22 Jun 2008, 01:31 am
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Sedan Accord:http://automobiles.honda.com/accord-...rice.aspxCoupe Accord:http://automobiles.honda.com/accord-...upe/price.aspx
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