|2016 Honda Civic||2016 Chevy Cruze|
|158-horsepower 4-cylinder or 174-horsepower turbo 4-cylinder||Engine Options||153-horsepower 4-cylinder|
|Up to 31 city / 42 highway MPG*||Gas Mileage*||Up to 30 city / 42 highway MPG|
|Available||Emergency Braking System||N/A|
2016 Honda Civic vs 2016 Chevy Cruze
On the surface, the Honda Civic and the Chevy Cruze have a lot in common. Both cars were redesigned from the ground up for 2016, and their new looks have earned accolades from car reviewers and test drivers nationwide. Small, stylish cars like the Honda Civic and the Chevy Cruze have a lot to offer – strong performance, excellent gas mileage, comfortable interiors filled with cutting-edge technology. However, there are a few important differences for compact car shoppers to keep in mind. If you're deciding between the 2016 Honda Civic vs 2016 Chevy Cruze, here's what you should know.
The 2016 Honda Civic offers a choice between two different engine options, while the 2016 Chevy Cruze only offers one. The Honda Civic's turbocharged engine is significantly more powerful than the Chevy Cruze's, and it also has a slight edge on fuel efficiency.* The 2016 Honda Civic is also available in more than one body style – buyers can choose between a four-door sedan or a sporty two-door coupe style, while the 2016 Chevy Cruze comes in traditional sedan form only.
2016 Honda Civic Offers More Space, Class-Leading Safety
Both the redesigned Honda Civic and the redesigned Chevy Cruze have grown in size. For a compact car, the 2016 Honda Civic offers an exceptional amount of space, comfort and legroom. The 2016 Chevy Cruze comes close, but there's not quite as much backseat space available. The 2016 Civic sedan also has a larger trunk than the Cruze.
Both cars come loaded with state-of-the-art technology, including brand-new audio systems with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. If you're looking for quality in-car entertainment, you'll find it either way. However, the 2016 Honda Civic has an edge when it comes to safety technology. Equipped with Honda Sensing, the 2016 Civic gets a Top Safety Pick + rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. The 2016 Chevy Cruze comes with a few advanced safety features, but it's not available with an emergency braking system, so it falls short of the Top Safety Pick + title.
Interested in learning more about the 2016 Honda Civic in Dayton, Ohio? Contact the team at Matt Castrucci Honda to schedule your test drive today!
*27 city/40 highway/31 combined mpg rating for 6MT model. 31 city/41 highway/35 combined mpg rating for LX & EX CVT models. 31 city/42 highway/35 combined mpg rating for EX-T, EX-L and Touring CVT models. Based on 2016 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.