what is the difference between a Honda Element LX vs EX vs LX or EX-P?

Asked by Jul 03, 2014 at 12:28 PM about the Honda Element

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am looking for used honda element to buy, but am not sure of the various configurations designated by the letters LX, EX or LX-P or EX-P.

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http://www.motortrend.com/cars/2011/honda/element/packages_options/

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Basically, the LX trim left out the alloy wheels and had a different radio that left space for a cubby in the console. I'd stick with the EX only for future market value. When Honda first offered the painted plastic panels, they designated those models as EX-P. Those gray or black plastic panels DO fade.

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