2017 Chevy Cruze vs 2017 Honda Civic
You really can't do too much research before buying a new car, but unfortunately, comparing vehicles can become time consuming. That's why we frequently provide you with model comparisons for Parks Chevrolet vehicles, like this one matching up the sedan variations of the 2017 Chevy Cruze vs the 2017 Honda Accord. After all, when we recommend a vehicle, we don't want you to just take our word for it. Instead, compare key specs and features between the vehicles right here.
Vehicle cost is one thing that will be a significant factor when choosing a new vehicle for most drivers, and as you can see from the table below, it's one area that presents a glaring difference between these two models. Despite coming standard with a 7-inch color touchscreen compared to the Civic's standard 5-inch LCD screen, the Cruze starts at an MSRP nearly $2,000 less than the Civic. On top of that, the Cruze comes standard with features you won't find on the Civic, like Teen Driver technology and OnStar services.
|2017 Chevy Cruze||VS||2017 Honda Civic|
|153 hp, 177 lb.-ft. of torque||Standard Engine Specs||158 hp, 138 lb.-ft. of torque|
|7-inch color touchscreen||Standard Infotainment Display||5-inch LCD screen|
|Available||Android Auto/Apple CarPlay||Available|
|Starting at $16,975||MSRP||Starting at $18,740|
The 2017 Cruze Is a Compact Car With Big Value
The 2017 Chevy Cruze provides excellent value under the hood as well. Though horsepower figures are similar between the two models' standard engines, the Cruze comes out way ahead when it comes to standard torque output, at 177 lb.-ft. Even the 2017 Civic's available engine options can't match or exceed the torque output of the Cruze's standard 1.4-liter turbocharged power plant.
Though this comparison focuses primarily on the sedan variants of the Cruze and Civic, both are offered in hatchback configurations. With that said, if you're considering a hatchback model, it's important to know that the Cruze Hatchback's maximum cargo volume actually exceeds that of the Civic Hatchback at 47.2 cu. ft.
We'd love to share more with you about the 2017 Chevy Cruze and how it compares to the 2017 Honda Civic. As you can see from this comparison, however, the Cruze is definitely a model that should be at the top of your list for must-drive compact sedans. To schedule a test drive or to learn more, simply contact us at Parks Chevrolet.