While plenty of exciting models have been added to the mix since the tenth-generation Civic was first introduced near the end of 2015, the Civic Sedan still stands as the crowned jewel of the family. It might not be as sporty as the coupe or have as much cargo space as the hatchback, but it’s the original. We wanted to show you why the original is such a mainstay and popular sedan on the market, by pitting it against another big-name vehicle. To do this, we decided to compare the 2018 Honda Civic Sedan vs 2018 Nissan Sentra.
Advantages of the 2018 Honda Civic Sedan
As you can see with one glance at the table above, these two sedans are very comparable to one another. But we thought we’d take a slightly more in-depth look at each aspect detailed above, to give you a better idea of just how they compare to one another. The first row of the table looks at fuel efficiency, which is arguably the most important aspect of any vehicle on the market today, as everyone likes to save money at the pump. In this case, the Civic Sedan utilizes 0.7 litres less fuel to travel the same 100 kilometres regardless of road type. While that’s not a huge advantage, it will save you some money over time.
2018 Honda Civic Sedan
2018 Nissan Sentra
||Combined Fuel Efficiency
|15.1 cu. ft.
||15.1 cu. ft.
|112.9 cu. ft.
||111.0 cu. ft.
In addition to saving you some money, you’re not going to give up any power while doing it as the Civic Sedan also generates an extra 28 horsepower. But the Nissan Sentra holds its own once we get to space, in that it offers the exact same size of trunk. Yet when it comes to the cabins, the Sentra loses again as the Civic Sedan offers an extra 1.9 cubic feet of room for you and your passenger to stretch out and get comfortable in.
If you think you might be interested in a 2018 Honda Civic Sedan of your own, be sure to schedule a test drive right here on our website. We’ll get you behind the wheel of one at your earliest convenience so you can experience it for yourself.