|2016 Honda Civic||2016 Ford Focus|
|2.0L iVTec 4-Cylinder||Base Engine||2.0L Ti-VCT 4-Cylinder|
|Yes||Standard Rearview Camera||Yes|
|Yes||Coupe and Hybrid Versions||No|
|Yes||2016 North American Car of the Year||No|
2016 Honda Civic vs 2016 Ford Focus
Overtime, like anything, vehicles have developed a reputation in the automotive industry. There are some names that most drivers hear and know to steer clear of, while there are others, like the Honda Civic and Ford Focus that have driven around the block more than once or twice and have continued to improve year after year. It’s easy to eliminate the poor choices, but comparing the top selections isn’t all that simple. While researching your next sedan, see how the 2016 Honda Civic vs 2016 Ford Focus compare.
The balance between power and efficiency is key. This is exactly why Honda and Ford have enlisted 2.0L 4-cylinder engines, but also offer an alternative that is available above the base level model. Honda introduces its 1.5L 16-valve Direct Injection turbocharged 4-cylinder engine while Ford brings around its 1.0L turbocharged EcoBoost 3-cylinder. Whether it’s the push for power or that last bit of efficiency you’d like to wring out from the engine, there’s an option for you.
Key Differences Between the 2016 Honda Civic vs 2016 Ford Focus
One key difference between the 2016 Honda Civic and 2016 Ford Focus is that the Focus body type is a sedan and while the Civic compared here is a sedan, it also is available as a coupe and in hybrid form. Not all drivers are the same, nor are they looking for the same features and capabilities in a vehicle; fortunately, Honda recognizes this and offers a suite of options. The Honda Civic is available in the following trims for 2016: DX, LX, LX-Honda Sensing, EX, EX-Honda Sensing, EX-T, and the top-of-the-line Touring.
The Honda Civic takes a low and aggressive stance, and while you’re buckling up, don’t forget to lookup because the available power moonroof opens up the interior and let’s the light in. During those foggy and hazy days, cut through the cloudiness and improve visibility with the available fog lights. Mirror-integrated LED turn signals also help other drivers on the road to be more aware of the direction you’re heading in.
To learn more about Honda performance in the latest Civic, as well as all of the luxury or family features listed on each of the trim levels, we welcome you here to Wheaton Honda. Take the 2016 Honda Civic for a test drive for an opportunity to test out the Honda Sensing Suite as well as the latest technology innovations like the 7” Display Audio System.