Thanks to the new tenth-generation Honda Civic lineup, the compact sedan has its hand in a number of cookie jars. In other, less cliché words, the Honda Civic now belongs to a multitude of segments. And within each of those many segments, we obviously believe it makes one of if not the best option. To prove our belief, we thought we’d start by pitting one of the lesser-known Honda Civic models against one of its segment’s most popular models, by comparing the 2018 Honda Civic Si Coupe vs 2018 Subaru BRZ.
Advantages of the 2018 Civic Si Coupe
The table above highlights the different important specifications found in vehicles like these. As you can see, the two sporty coupes are quite comparable to one another. The first row depicts horsepower, of which both coupes deliver 205 HP. However, power isn’t as even as it appears just by this. The second row shows torque, of which the Civic Si Coupe delivers an extra 36 pound-feet.
2018 Honda Civic Si Coupe
2018 Subaru BRZ
||Combined Fuel Efficiency
|11.9 cu. ft.
||6.9 cu. ft.
Moving on from power, we look at combined fuel efficiency. Once again, the Civic Si Coupe and BRZ are identical in this regard, both only utilizing 7.4 litres of fuel to travel the same 100 kilometres. But in the last row, the Civic has another advantage, this time in terms of space. It turns out the BRZ has a tiny trunk, and the Si Coupe offers 5 cubic feet of extra space to fill with your cargo or whatever you need to bring along.
If you think you might be interested in a 2018 Honda Civic Si Coupe of your own, be sure to get in touch with us right here at the Wheaton Honda sales desk.