Honda Civic Comparsion

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Compare the Honda Civic Against the Competition

        
 Honda Civic
 Chevy Cruze
 Nissan Sentra
 Toyota Corolla

Honda Civic vs. Chevrolet Cruze

  • The Civic can come as a sleek coupe, while the Cruze doesn't offer this more sophisticated body style.
  • An available turbocharged engine allows the Civic to generate more power than the Cruze's sole engine option.
  • Set it and forget it with the Civic's standard auto climate control, a feature that makes for an ideal cabin temperature automatically while Cruze drivers are still struggling with traditional manual adjustments.
  • The Cruze is both wider and taller than the Cruze, which makes for more front/rear legroom, front headroom, as well as front/rear shoulder room.
  • Turn every commute into a joyride with the Civic's available 12-speaker sound system, an audio setup that greatly overshadows the less substantial system on the Cruze.
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Honda Civic vs. Nissan Sentra

  • Standard LED daytime running lights (DRL) ensures Civic drivers can see clearly and be seen clearly. The Sentra base model doesn't even come with DRL.
  • The Civic cabin is a comfortable place to be, offering standard automatic air conditioning right out of the gate. Remote engine start is also available, allowing Civic drivers to heat up the car before they're even in the car. The standard Sentra setup lacks both features.
  • Connectivity comes standard on the Civic, giving the cabin a decidedly modern feel. Even the base model comes equipped with a central display screen and a rearview camera -- two items that are left off of the base Sentra.
  • A standard 2.0-liter setup allows the Civic to easily overpower the 1.8-liter Sentra.
  • The Civic is longer, wider, and taller than the Sentra, which adds up to more rear headroom and front/rear shoulder room, as well as overall passenger space.
  • Civic drivers benefit from the additional peace of mind that comes with available HondaLink™ emergency crash notification. The Sentra doesn't offer emergency telematics.
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Honda Civic vs. Toyota Corolla

  • There's a Civic for an array of different driving needs thanks to sedan, coupe, and hatchback body styles. The Corolla only comes as a sedan.
  • There are two engine choices for the Civic -- a 2.0 four-cylinder and a turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder -- and they're both more powerful than the Corolla's only engine option.
  • The Civic is wider than the Corolla, and it boasts greater maximum interior cargo space as well as more front headroom, front hip room, and front/rear shoulder room.
  • Standard auto climate control and available remote start keep Civic passengers comfortable. Corolla drivers don't have the luxury of enjoying either of these options.
  • Available HondaLink™ emergency crash notification offers peace of mind to Civic drivers, and it's something the Corolla doesn't offer.
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