Advantages of the 2018 Civic Coupe
In the table above, you can see details on four specifications that are each things you should consider when shopping for a new vehicle, regardless of segment. We thought we’d work our way through the table to show you the differences between each crossover more explicitly, and to give you a better idea of which would make a better choice for you. So the first thing we looked at was, of course, fuel economy. A vehicle’s efficiency has become one of, if not the most important aspect to many drivers. The Civic Coupe achieves 6.8 l/100km combined across city and highway streets, which is 1.3 l/100km less than the VW Beetle, meaning you’ll save quite a bit of cash over time.
2018 Civic Coupe
2018 VW Beetle
|6.8 l/100km||Combined Fuel Efficiency||8.1 l/100km|
|158 HP||Horsepower||174 HP|
|2,752 lbs.||Curb Weight||3,012 lbs.|
|103.1 cu. ft.||Passenger Volume||100.5 cu. ft.|
The second and third rows go hand and hand with one another. It is no surprise that with the Civic Coupe’s efficiency advantage, the Beetle fires back with a 16-horsepower advantage of its own. Generally, the more power a vehicle has, the less efficient it becomes. But 12 HP isn’t a huge advantage, and it’s diminished even more so when coupled with the fact that the Civic Coupe weighs 260 lbs. less than the VW Beetle.
The Civic Coupe does have another advantage of its own as well, this time in terms of space. Just because you’re looking at the compact market, doesn’t mean you don’t want as much space as possible for you and your passengers to stretch out and get comfortable in. The Civic Coupe offers an extra 2.6 cu. ft. of space for you and your passengers to stretch out and get comfortable in. If you think you might be interested in a 2018 Honda Civic Coupe of your own, be sure to schedule a test drive so you can come in and try one out for yourself.