Compare the Honda Civic with Other New Compact Sedans in Huntington

The compact sedan class is one of the most competitive vehicle categories you'll find, which means better models but a lot to consider when finding the right fit. There are all sorts of models to consider from a wide variety of trusted automakers, but there are many reasons why so many drivers turn to the Honda Civic. Affordable, smart, comfortable, and fun to drive, the Honda Civic does more than the competition, and we prove that by comparing the Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla, Nissan Sentra, and Chevy Cruze below!

Honda Civic vs. Toyota Corolla

  • Compact sedans aren't always known for their performance, but the Honda Civic has more horsepower, 158, and torque, 138 pound-feet, in its base engine than the base engine of the Toyota Corolla, 139 horsepower and 126 pound-feet of torque. The Honda Civic offers Bay Shore drivers a 174-horsepower engine, too, and this is more powerful than any engine in the Toyota Corolla.
  • These compact cars have similar exterior dimensions, but the Honda Civic does more with that space. It has a 15.1-cubic-foot trunk that is easier to fill than the 13.1 cubic feet of trunk space in the Toyota Corolla. The Honda Civic also provides more comfort as it has more legroom for each row and wider rows of seats than the Toyota Corolla.
  • Whether you look at the standard features or the available ones, the Honda Civic goes further than the Toyota Corolla to provide an enjoyable experience. The Honda Civic comes standard with items like an electronic parking brake and multi-angle rearview camera while offering others like heated seats in both rows and a camera view for your blind spot that you won't get with the new Toyota Corolla.

Honda Civic vs. Nissan Sentra

  • These compact sedans are again close in size, but the Honda Civic provides more room than the Nissan Sentra whether you're looking for passenger space or trunk storage.
  • The Honda Civic provides more options than the new Nissan Sentra, and that's especially true when looking at the engines. The base engine of the Honda Civic has more horsepower than the lone engine option of the Nissan Sentra, but the Honda Civic offers a more powerful engine and a manual transmission that you won't have the option for in the Nissan Sentra.
  • You want comfort from your ride, and the Honda Civic provides it with options like heated seats for both rows and an 8-way power-adjustable driver's seat that aren't in the Nissan Sentra. Plus, you can find advanced tech, like a blind-spot camera system, in a Honda Civic near Smithtown that no Nissan Sentra offers.

Honda Civic vs. New Chevy Cruze

  • Car shoppers expect value from the compact car class, and the Honda Civic has it thanks to both our pricing on these models and the standard features. Drivers will enjoy all sorts of driver-assist technologies standard in the Honda Civic, like Adaptive Cruise Control and the Collision Mitigation Braking System, that the Chevy Cruze makes you pay more for.
  • The Honda Civic lets you enjoy wider rows of seats and more legroom in each row than what you'll find in the Chevy Cruze, which also has less trunk space than the Honda compact sedan.
  • The Honda Civic has a sportier feel and more comfortable ride than the Chevy Cruze thanks to a 174-horsepower gas engine and tighter turning radius. The lone gas engine of the Chevy Cruze tops out at 153 horsepower.

Experience the Honda Civic Firsthand at Our Long Island Honda Dealer

So, the Honda Civic provides car shoppers with quite a bit more than many of the most popular compact sedans on the market. We have a terrific selection of the Honda Civic at our dealership, and that includes all sorts of lease deals on new Honda models near Deer Park. Reach out to our Honda dealer should you have any questions about the Honda Civic or the new vehicle specials on our lot!