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You should have brought a EX or EX-L because the LX is a very plain base model and I would never buy an LX and I always buy the EX or EX-L model because they have more upgrade and its a much nicer looking model. I think you would be happier with a EX or EX-L model. The EX-L is only 3 to 4000 dollars more than the Lx and its worth the money.Report it
You're nitpicking. You should have researched BEFORE you bought this vehicle. How could you not notice such trivial issues as an armrest, upholstery, hub caps and wiper speeds. You must have rushed through this purchase without noticing anything. You should probably look at a Hyundai Sportage.Report it
I agree. I bought a 1999 CRV LX while it did lack an arm rest for the passenger and had steel wheels I drove the car for 11 years and easily sold in on Craig's List. I also have 2002 CRV EX with all wheel drive. For $3,000 extra it was well worth it since I got all wheel drive, 6 cd player, sun roof, privacy glass, nicer interior etc. I am in the market for a new CRV AWD EXL in Opal Sage. I like the hidden spare so I don't have to buy a wheel lock for the spare but I will miss the hatch back open window although I seldom use it. I hope the stereo is better and will like the Ipod connection since CDs are going the way of the dinosaur.Report it
It's not fair to complain about a vehicle that you bought without even noticing these items before the sale. I expect you would be happy with the EX model while the LX model is fine for me and I expect many others.Report it
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