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2019 Honda Civic Si Sedan vs 2019 Subaru WRX

2019 Honda Civic Si Sedan Exterior Driver Side Front Angle vs 2019 Subaru WRX Exterior Passenger Side Front Angle

2019 Honda Civic Si Sedan vs 2019 Subaru WRX

Some people might just consider the Si models trim levels of the Civic Coupe and Sedan, but in our opinion, they’re their very own models. They might have the same makeup overall, but there is so much that sets the Si models apart from one another that they necessitate their own nameplate. That’s how we see it, at least. Subaru has a similar situation. The ever-popular WRX is actually just a high-performance version of the Subaru Impreza that eventually earned its own nameplate. So, let’s see how these two sporty sedans measure up to one another, by pitting the 2019 Honda Civic Si Sedan vs 2019 WRX.

2019 Honda Civic Si Sedan Vs 2019 Subaru WRX
7.4 l/100km Combined Fuel Efficiency 10.2 l/100km
205 HP Horsepower 268 HP
2,906 lbs. Curb Weight 3,294 lbs.
14.7 cu. ft. Cargo Capacity 12.0 cu. ft.

Advantages of the 2019 Civic Si Sedan2019 Honda Civic Si Sedan Interior Cabin Dashboard & Front Seats

When it comes to the sports car market, the Subaru WRX is certainly the more popular and respected model among enthusiasts. It has a more powerful engine, we can’t argue with that, but if you’re looking for an everyday driver with a kick, the Civic Si Sedan might make just as good if not a better choice for you. The table above should help put this into perspective. It kicks things off by looking at combined fuel efficiency, an area in which the Civic Si Sedan decimates the gas-guzzling WRX by utilizing a full 2.8 litres less fuel to travel the same 100 kilometres, regardless of highway or urban driving.

Of course, the WRX fires back with its superior horsepower in the second row, generating a full 63 horsepower more than the Si Sedan. That’s a sizeable advantage that’s hard to compete with, but one thing that helps the Civic is that it weighs a hefty 388 pounds less than the WRX, meaning it needs less power to get up and go. It doesn’t cut the advantage that much, though.

The Civic Si Sedan does have one more trick up its sleeve though, offering a nice 2.7 cubic feet of extra space in the trunk. Having more space and spending less on gas are always a bonus, so if you can overlook the power deficit, be sure to reach out to us here at Wheaton Honda!