What the difference between the Honda Element EX and the EX-P ?

Asked by Feb 20, 2008 at 04:42 PM about the 2006 Honda Element EX

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What the difference between the Honda Element EX and the EX-P ?

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Just different trim levels.

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agreed.

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It's my understanding that EX used to mean the trim which had black panels on the outside along with the car color, and that EX-P meant that the black panels were painted, too -- so the car was all one color. Around the 2007 model year, this changed and they stopped saying EX-P and went back to using EX for all the models at this trim level. As far as I know, the P just meant "painted," which used to cost $500 extra.

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there both the same but the ex-p means that the plastic panels are painted. but the ex there not painted

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The black plastic panels are painted to match the rest of the car.

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