2014 Nissan Sentra vs. 2014 Honda Civic in San Antonio

Want a car that combines style with comfort and efficiency? You may be considering the 2014 Nissan Sentra and the 2014 Honda Civic, two very stylish, comfortable, and efficient cars. Each of these vehicles offers distinct advantages over the other. Benson Honda in San Antonio is here with an outline of their pros in comparison to each other. Here’s what you should know:

2014 Honda Civic: Pros

– Standard whiplash protection, which prevents neck and spine injuries during collisions

– Daytime running lights that make the Civic more conspicuous on the road

– Blind spot mirrors for additional protection

– Better performance than the 2014 Sentra in National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and Insurance Institute for Highway Safety crash tests

– 18% more reliability than the Sentra, according to Consumer Reports estimates

– A 4-cylinder engine that produces 13 more horsepower than the Sentra’s engine (143 hp vs. 130 hp)

– Faster acceleration from 0 mph to high speeds, according to Motor Trend

– Partial Zero Emissions Vehicle status from the EPA (vs. Super Ultra Low Emissions Vehicle status for the Sentra)

– Fully independent front and rear suspensions, which enhance handling

– A maintenance minder system

– Standard Bluetooth, which costs extra on the Sentra

– An available coupe body style, which isn’t offered by the Sentra

2014 Nissan Sentra: Pros

– Larger brake rotors and brake drums, which enhance braking capabilities

– Roadside assistance for 3 years or 36,000 miles, which isn’t offered by the Civic

– Slightly larger tires than the Civic, which improve handling

– A wheelbase that’s 1.2 inches longer than the Civic’s, which also improves handling

– A few extra cubic feet of trunk space (15.1 cubic feet vs. 12.5 cubic feet)

Swayed by all the awesome things the 2014 Honda Civic brings to the table? Reach out to us at Benson Honda, and we’ll show you all of the available trim levels at our dealership!


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