The LX could have been the pick of the range if Honda made more effort with the infotainment. A $30,000 car without Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is just not on these days. And while we appreciate Honda Sensing now being standard, we have to ask why blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert was not included in this model. We do appreciate adaptive cruise control being standard across the range. The LX is also the least practical model in the range as it only has seven seats, and these are upholstered in durable cloth. An automatic climate control system and push-button start are included.
Chrome Roof Rails, Chrome Bumper Protector, Fender Emblems, Chrome Door Trim (DIO)
Long Roof Box, Crossbars, Trailer Hitch Harness (Only), Black Roof Rails, Trailer Hitch Only (DIO)
2nd Row Seat Covers, 8 Passenger, Cargo Bins, 3rd Row Seat Covers, Utility Bin (DIO)
Puddle w/Logo Pattern Projector, Wireless Charger Attachment, Welcome Lights, Wireless Charger, Front & Rear Illuminated Door Sill Trim, (DIO)