What do you choose? 2013 Accord Sport or EX.

Satyam Babaria
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Asked by Satyam Mar 11, 2013 at 02:48 PM about the 2013 Honda Accord EX

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I have decided to buy accord 2013 this may. but really confused between these two, sport and EX.
any why not, EX is gives Push to start button, signal lights on both side mirrors, lane watch and moonroof. while sprot gives Wow looking wheel rims, dual exhuast and $1200 less to pay.
What do you choose in between these two models & why?
Sport or EX Accord 2013.

3 Answers

tenspeed
64,295

Get the EX and add the wheels and exhaust. You're making the payments, it's your decision.

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kbro
18,665

I'm not planning on buying an accord anytime soon. This type of question is up to the person buying the car it depends on what you want/need in the vehicle your looking at. If you like the sport look and wanna spend less money and can do without some of the bells and whistles of the EX then get it. If not go with the other choice.

Racer_X
16,465

EX Model seems to offer more bang for the buck....The wheels are only so-so looking on it though, but they can be changed out. Dual exhaust on a 4 cylinder, 4 door sedan isn't that crucial, IMO on a vehicle that isn't trying to be a sportscar, only moderately sporty.

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