|2016 Honda Civic||2016 Honda Civic Coupe|
|182.3 inches||Length||176.9 inches|
|97.8 cubic-feet||Passenger Volume||91.0 cubic-feet|
|39.3 / 37.1 inches||Head Room (front / rear)||38.2 / 34.6 inches|
2016 Honda Civic vs 2016 Honda Civic Coupe
When Honda announced that they would be taking its famous Civic lineup of vehicles in a different direction this year, we honestly did not know what to expect. The previous generation was just as popular as ever before, but Honda thought it had lost a bit of flare from what people used to expect from the Civic. So when the company debut the 2016 Honda Civic, it received thunderous applause from practically everyone. Now, both the sedan and coupe have been unveiled, and we are letting drivers know what the differences between them are with this 2016 Honda Civic vs 2016 Honda Civic Coupe comparison.
As you can see in the table above, the biggest difference between the 2016 Honda Civic and 2016 Honda Civic Coupe are their size. The sedan is the bigger of the two vehicles, and thus has more passenger space available, as well as more head room. However, while the sedan has the advantage in spaciousness, there is little doubt that the Civic Coupe has the more stylish design. The fastback look allows drivers to purchase a sexy, yet affordable coupe vehicle.
Honda Sensing, Turbocharged Engine Available for 2016 Civic
There are many great changes that the 2016 Honda Civic sedan and coupe received. Obviously, the biggest and most noticeable one is the performance inspired exterior redesign. However, other areas of the vehicle received significant changes as well. For the first time ever in a vehicle other than the Civic SI, a turbocharged engine will be available for the vehicle. This engine will provide drivers with a pleasant combination of performance and efficiency that hasn’t been available in a Civic sedan or coupe before.
The 2016 Honda Civic vs 2016 Honda Civic Coupe comparison also shows off some of the new technology added to the vehicle. The Honda Sensing suite of driver assist technologies will now be available for the vehicle. These technologies were designed to work with the driver to help prevent accidents from occurring, and to make the driver’s everyday life easier. Some of the technologies available include a collision mitigation braking system, a forward collision warning, adaptive cruise control, and a lane departure warning.
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