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We’re always working to ensure drivers take home the best vehicle to meet their needs, which is why we’ve put together this quick but comprehensive2021 Honda Civic vs. 2021 Nissan Sentra comparison. They’re two of the compact sedan segment’s most popular models, so let’s match them up on the following factors to see which one comes out ahead:
The Nissan Sentra clearly doesn’t make performance a top priority. It only offers one engine, and that 2.0L 4-cylinder is only able to command up to 149 hp. In refreshing contrast, 2021 Honda Civic engine options include:
Even if you’re not a performance-focused driver, the difference in power is going to be noticeable when you’re on the highway.
The Honda Civic pulls ahead of the Nissan Sentra just as clearly when you turn to available amenities. Highlights available with the Civic but not with the Sentra include:
Honda has led the way when it comes to the adoption of advanced driver assistance technology, and you’ll still find the Civic delivering more than the latest Nissan Sentra. It’s the only model of the two able to offer:
Our team will be happy to assist whether you want to talk through Honda Civic trim level and engine options or need helpvaluing your trade. For any further information, don’t hesitate to contact us today.
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