2017 Nissan Sentra vs 2017 Honda Civic Sedan

Look for a four-door sedan? Then you are likely considering several options. Let us help you narrow the field with our 2017 Nissan Sentra vs 2017 Honda Civic Sedan comparison. It will give you some of the answers you have been looking for.

For starters, both of these models have a lot in common. They both are four-door sedans that are easy on gas. They both offer similar cargo and passenger room. They both share many available features including power locks and windows, leather interiors, and infotainment systems. What’s important though is all the ways that these two models differ, as it is those differences that will point towards a better option. Take a look at the chart and the information here to find out which model will serve you better. If you are already leaning toward the Sentra and you want to check out an inventory in the Wilkesboro area, then click the link below and see our Sentra inventory at McNeill Nissan.

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2017 Nissan Sentra VS 2017 Honda Civic Sedan
$18,090 Base MSRP $19,540
188 Max Horsepower 174
18-Inch Alloy Available Wheels 17-Inch Alloy
Standard 60/40 Split Fold Rear Seat Available

How the Sentra provides a better value

When it comes to the base price of these two vehicles, we specifically compared them both as CVT equipped models as that would be the common transmission choice over the otherwise standard manual. If you still wanted to try a manual transmission in either of these models, then just know that the cost difference would be about the same and the Sentra would still come out on top.

If you are looking at the top performance levels of these two models, the Sentra has an exciting 188 horsepower engine in store for you. Not only does this engine have impressive power, but it also backs up that power with 177 pound-feet of torque, which is more than the Civic offers with its 162 pound-feet of torque.

When it comes to style not only does the top Sentra Nismo trim come with stylish red accents, but it also come standard with 18-inch alloy wheels. It manages to offer all this while still being over $1,500 cheaper than the Civic Sedan Touring with its 17-inch alloys. The Civic even misses out on providing you basic standard features like 60/40 split folding rear seats.

If you think a Sentra is the right sedan for you, then we think you made a wise decision. If you live in the Wilkesboro area, then you should check out our Sentra inventory at McNeill Nissan. Browse online, or stop in to see us today.

2017 Nissan Sentra pearl white
2017 Nissan Sentra wheels
2017 Nissan Sentra turbo engine
2017 Nissan Sentra interior overview

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