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When drivers want a fuel efficient and practical ride for their daily errands, they often look towards a sedan. However, with so many sedans to choose from, which model should you choose for getting around Vista, Escondido, and Carlsbad?
For many drivers, their choice is between the Honda Civic sedan and the Nissan Versa sedan. That’s why we at Norm Reeves Honda Superstore Vista set out to settle the debate on these two cars with this extensive comparison today!
Sedans are a great choice if you’re the kind of driver looking for tight driving dynamics. With their compact builds and responsive steering, the Honda Civic sedan and Nissan Versa sedan are both capable of taking on tight corners with ease.
When it comes to acceleration, the Nissan Versa gives us a standard 1.6L 4-Cylinder engine with up to 122 horsepower and 114 lb-ft of torque. While this gives you some solid acceleration, it doesn’t compare to what the Honda Civic has to offer.
If you choose to drive the Honda Civic, you’ll be treated to a standard 2.0L In-Line 4-Cylinder engine with up to 158 horsepower and 138 lb-ft of torque. When you really want some solid power, you’re going to want to turn to this car.
You’ll be impressed by how much active safety is offered inside both of these vehicles. With both of these cars offering their own Lane Departure Warning systems, you’ll have a warning if you start to drift from your intended lane.
There’s more unique technology available with the Honda Civic sedan, though, as this car offers an available Honda LaneWatch™ system. Using a camera set up on your side mirror, this car can actually show you a video feed of your blind spot. Just turn on your turn signal, and your car will provide you with a video gauging the distance you are from the cars in the other lane.
Drivers and passengers alike need plenty of space to stretch out. With the Nissan Versa, you’ll be working with a passenger volume of 88.9 cubic feet. Compare this to the Honda Civic, which gives drivers up to 97.8 cubic feet of passenger volume. That’s plenty of space to keep everyone nice and comfortable while on long trips.
The Honda Civic even gives drivers more cargo volume as they’ll be working with up to 15.1 cubic feet of space in the trunk. Unfortunately, the Nissan Versa only gives us a cargo capacity of 14.7 cubic feet.
While the Nissan Versa sedan certainly offers quite a bit, it’s hard to deny that the Honda Civic sedan just gives us more technology and space to work with. If you’re in the Vista, Escondido, and Carlsbad areas, test drive a 2020 Honda Civic sedan at Norm Reeves Honda Superstore Vista today!