Subaru Impreza vs. Civic & Corolla

How Does the Subaru Impreza Compare to the Honda Civic?

Are you in the market for a stylish, sporty and upscale car that also fits within your price range? In that case, the new and improved Subaru Impreza certainly fits the bill for drivers like around Florence, KY!


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The Subaru Impreza VS The Honda Civic

There is a number of similar makes and models for Cincinnati drivers to choose from when shopping for a new car. Which can make choosing the right one difficult and the best way to decide which car is best for you is by comparing your favorite models. This way you can see which vehicle is the best bang for your buck and has the features you are looking for. So to help our customers easily find the information they need to make a well-informed decision we have done the hard work and compared the Subaru Impreza to the Honda Civic in all the ways that matter most. Then the only thing that is left to do is come down to Joseph Subaru of Florence and go for a test drive.

 

Powertrain

For many Florence drivers fuel efficiency is the most important thing a new car has to offer. As well as being fun to drive and dependable in all kinds of weather. And when the snow starts falling you can count on the Subaru Impreza to get you where you need to go safely. Every Subaru Impreza comes equipped with Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive standard to unmatched traction and control. The Honda Civic is not available with all-wheel-drive.

 

When counting horses under the hood the Honda Civic has slightly more power but it is a close race. The Civics' standard engine is a 2.0L four-cylinder with 158 horsepower. Powering the Impreza is also a 2.0L four-cylinder. The but Impreza features a BOXER engine with 152 horsepower. The BOXER engine is unique to Subaru and has a flat-four design versus the V shape engine of the Civic. This has several benefits for smooth and efficient performance. The BOXER engine takes up less room under the hood for a lower center of gravity. The pistons of the BOXER engine also move from side to side which cancels out each other's vibrations for an incredibly smooth ride.

 

Interior Dimensions

Many Fort Thomas drivers choose a sedan for their compact size for easy city driving. But interior space and comfort is still important no matter how small the vehicle is and something the Subaru Impreza has more to offer. Both the Subaru Impreza and Honda Civic are available in either a four-door sedan or a five-door hatchback. So if you often need flexible cargo space the Subaru Impreza is ready to meet your needs.

    Impreza Sedan:

  • Headroom Front/Rear: 39.8/37.2 inches
  • Legroom Front/Rear: 43.1/36.5 inches
  • Passenger Volume Space: 112.1 cubic feet
  • Cargo Space: 12.3 cubic feet
    Honda Civic Sedan:

  • Headroom Front/Rear: 39.3/37.1 inches
  • Legroom Front/Rear: 42.3/37.4 inches
  • Passenger Volume Space: 97.8 cubic feet
  • Cargo Space: 15.1 cubic feet
    Impreza Hatchback:

  • Headroom Front/Rear: 39.8/38 inches
  • Legroom Front/Rear: 43.1/36.5 inches
  • Passenger Volume Space: 121.6 cubic feet
  • Cargo Space: 20.8 cubic feet
    Honda Civic Hatchback:

  • Headroom Front/Rear: 39.3/37.4 inches
  • Legroom Front/Rear: 42.3/36 inches
  • Passenger Volume Space: 97.2 cubic feet
  • Cargo Space: 25.7 cubic feet
 

Advanced Safety

Last but certainly not least, advanced safety features. Something that drivers from Erlanger to Fort Mitchell and everywhere in between are looking for behind the wheel of their next vehicle. Both the Civic and Impreza offer available driver assist technology packages, but HondaSensing isn't as highly awarded or regarded as Subaru EyeSight. HondaSensing doesn't feature all of the same features of EyeSight. EyeSight Driver Assist Technology consists of Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Keep Assist and Sway Warning, Pre-Collision Braking, and Pre-Collision Throttle Management. In addition to EyeSight Driver Assist Technology the Impreza offers a number of other advanced safety features that includes High Beam Assist, Reverse Automatic Braking, Blind-Spot Detection with Lane Change Assist and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, and LED Steering Responsive Headlights and Fog Lights. The Honda Civic doesn't offer steering responsive lighting and many of the same safety features aren't offered on every trim level.

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