|Honda Accord LX||Honda Accord EX|
|16 inches||Wheel Height||17 inches|
|Classic key||Ignition Switch||Push button|
Honda Accord LX vs. Honda Accord EX
They say that seeing is believing. In a society obsessed with Photoshop and special effects, however, you can’t always believe everything that you see. Getting a first-hand look at something is quickly becoming the only reliable method by which to identify the real deal from make-believe bluffs.
In the same way, shopping for a new car can also feel like an attempt to separate real deal automobiles from others that may just be blowing smoke. Even when drivers narrow their search to a tried-and-true car like the Honda Accord, it can take a great deal of focus to truly see everything that the vehicle brings to the table across all of its trim and feature levels. This is why Continental Honda has pitted the Honda Accord LX vs. Honda Accord EX to compare popular versions of the vehicle that was named to Car and Driver’s prestigious 10 Best Cars list in 2014—the 28th time that Accord has received that honor.
Differences between Honda Accord LX and EX
Following the idea that seeing is believing, many differences between Honda Accord LX and EX are simple matters of scope and vision. Both vehicles are equipped with a 185-horsepower Earth Dreams engine that can be mated to a manual transmission or automatic CVT. Drivers comparing the Honda Accord LX vs. Honda Accord EX, however, will note that the latter trim’s moonroof and LaneWatch™ provides a better view behind the wheel in more ways than one. A moonroof, of course, provides a pleasant recreational view and LaneWatch™ supplements far side-mirror vision with a strategically placed camera.
Drivers are encouraged to visit Continental Honda for their own person Honda Accord LX vs. Honda Accord EX comparison. Use the appointment tools below to schedule a visit today or contact the dealership directly for more information.