|2015 Honda Civic||2015 Subaru Impreza|
|30 City/39 Hwy*||Fuel Economy||28 City/37 Hwy|
|12.5 cu-ft.||Cargo Volume||12 cu-ft.|
2015 Honda Civic vs 2015 Subaru Impreza
Compact sedans continue to improve and offer a sport-like drive that is accompanied by a fuel-sipping engine. They do continue to grow in both size and their available features while remaining affordable. This makes all of them appealing to someone looking for a daily driver. To help you narrow the search we’ve compare the 2015 Honda Civic vs the 2015 Subaru Impreza. The Honda Civic is quite close to the Impreza in just about every category. Where we find it excels is in areas of initial quality, fuel-efficiency and features.
With the Civic you will find standard Eco assist drive, a rearview camera with guidelines and remote trunk release. There are also a number of available features that the Impreza doesn’t offer, like Honda Lanewatch, speed sensitive volume control, and a customizable 7-inch audio display with high-resolution. The HondaLink next generation infotainment system is also customizable and offers high levels of functionality.
The Honda Civic in Denver
The 2015 Honda Civic has been rated as the best compact car to buy by Kelley Blue Book and offers class-leading fuel efficiency that is matched with class-leading horsepower. It also continues the long legacy of providing safety and reliability. Along with this comes an interesting interior that shakes things up a little with it’s dashboard and provides a more upscale comfort with its quality interior materials. The Civic offers it all, making it a tough contender in any comparison.
Not only does the sedan itself offer a lot, the name Civic does too. It can also be found in hybrid and coup form, offering a more versatile choice for drivers that like to see a few options before making a decision. For more information on each available trim, variation and all of the features that come with each, come by Planet Honda and take a look out our available inventory. Or start your search right here online.
*30 city/39 highway/33 combined mpg rating for CVT models. Based on 2015 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle.