The Honda Civic should be high on the test drive list of any car buyer who is shopping for an affordable and well-equipped car. After all, Honda's Civic has been a hot-seller in the compact car segment for decades, and that only looks to continue with the recent debut of the tenth generation Civic. If you are shopping the compact car segment, then you may come across competitors like the Nissan Sentra. Let's see how the Civic matches up with Nissan's compact sedan.
If you are looking for a spacious and refined car that drives like a sports coupe, then the Honda Civic is a wise choice. The new Civic is more spacious than the version it replaces and offers a modern cabin, high-tech featues and agile handling. The Sentra from Nissan is well-rounded in its own right but does not excel in most categories like the Civic.
If you are looking to stand out from the crowd or turn heads, then the new Civic may be the car for you. With its sleek lines and angular taillamp design, the new Civic looks ultra-sporty yet sophisticated, too. The design of the Nissan Sentra was heavily influenced by Nissan's larger sedans, but the dimensions of the Sentra still leave it looking like an economy car. For a compact car that handles like a small car but looks and feels like a mid-size car, choose the stunning new Civic!
The new Honda Civic can be had in a staggering number of combinations, thanks to its multiple body style, powertrain and trim level variants. First, choose sedan, coupe or hatchback; then, select a naturally-aspirated or turbocharge engine and CVT or manual gearbox. Lastly is the trim level, which includes trims like the LX, EX and more. In contrast, the Nissan Sentra is only offered in one body style (sedan) and one engine (naturally aspirated 4-cylinder).
When it is time to get into a new Honda Civic for a test drive near Atlanta and Covington, GA, visit Honda of Conyers. Our full-service Honda dealership is home to a huge inventory of Honda vehicles at low prices, plus financing, auto service and parts staff. Visit Honda of Conyers soon!