For 2010, the SXT carries a MSRP $3,305 higher than the SE. An SE starts at $23,175 and the SXT at $26,480, not including an $820 destination fee. The SXT has additional features ranging from a more powerful engine -- which doesn’t sacrifice gas mileage compared to the less-powerful engine -- to added storage compartments, adjustable pedals, plus power-sliding doors and a roof rack.
Other changes include body-colored mirrors and side moldings, chrome grille and fog lamps. On the inside, the SXT gains steering wheel audio controls, auto up and down power front windows, power second-row windows and eight-way power driver’s seat.
For a more thorough list of what’s added on the SXT, see below. To compare specifications of these trim levels see a side-by-side comparison, here.
SXT’s additional equipment compared to SE
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