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Old 15 Apr 2010, 03:23 pm
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Default How can I find out what kind of Honda Civic Sedan I bought?

I recently bought a 2006 Honda Civic Sedan from a salvage lot, but I am not sure what type of sedan it is for example is it a DX, LX, EX, or GX. How could I find out? And whats the difference between the type of models? (Some of the features that came with it was a navigation system, sunroof, and XM Radio) Thank You.
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