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When Honda updated the Honda Civic for the 2017 model year, it shook up the lineup pretty significantly, even reintroducing the Civic Hatchback model, bringing the total number of body styles to the Honda Civic lineup to three-Coupe, Sedan, and Hatchback. The Civic Hatchback wasn't simply a new way to enjoy the same formula, however; it gave drivers two exclusive trim levels, the Sport and Sport Touring trims, which offered the most powerful engines in the lineup, but it also allowed the Honda Civic Sedan to take on a more refined, sophisticated personality. With such an overhaul last year, the Honda Civic hasn't been altered much for the 2018 model year-but as they say, If it ain't broke, don't fix it.

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Honda Civic Sedan | Reliably Fun to Drive, Surprisingly Refined Inside

While the 2017 return of the Hatchback dominated talk about the Honda Civic's redesign, we at Piedmont Honda won't be overlooking the 2018 Honda Civic Sedan, and if you're looking for an affordable commuter that promises a rewarding drive and an upscale interior, neither should you.

If you're someone who commutes to work, the 2018 Honda Civic EX-T offers a healthy balance between power and efficiency, and for those who really appreciate fine-tuned control over their drive, there is an available six-speed manual transmission-otherwise, the available CVT offers smooth, reliable shifting.

While the 2018 Honda Civic Sedan's reliable performance might not surprise you, the 2017 model-year redesign brought a lot of sophistication and refinement to the interior, which has raised an eyebrow or two. Enjoy standard leather seat trim with heated front seats when you get to the EX-L trim, while Bluetooth® streaming audio is standard at all trim levels. While the trunk of the 2018 Honda Civic Sedan isn't quite as spacious as the cargo area of the 2018 Honda Civic Hatchback, the 60/40-Split Rear Seatback makes it so you can still carry long or awkwardly shaped items (standard on the EX trim and above).

The 2018 Honda Civic Holds Its Own Against a Crowded Sedan Segment

In order to rise above the fray in the always-packed sedan segment, a car has to be something truly special-and if you're looking for that kind of car, look no further than the 2018 Honda Civic. It is stylish and dynamic, packed with technology, and thanks to a wealth of driver-assistive features, it's also a very safe bet. Of course, savvy shoppers know to do their research first, so go ahead and compare the 2018 Honda Civic to three of its top competitors below and see why it holds an edge over them all.

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The Honda Civic May Be a Fan-Favorite, But Critics Seem to Love It, Too

Most folks know the Honda Civic Sedan and Hatch for their fun personality, reliable construction, and emphasis on technology, but it's not only drivers noticing these things-looks like plenty of critics and reviewers have had their eye on the Honda Civic, too. Check out some of the honors, accolades, and awards that the 2018 Honda Civic lineup has gobbled up:

2018 Honda Civic Sedan, Hatchback, & Civic Si Awards:

  • MotorWeek's "Best Small Car Award"*
    The 10th-Generation Civic earned this distinction for the third year running as part of MotorWeek's 'Driver's Choice Awards' thanks to its affordable price, practicality, efficiency, and performance.
  • Kelley Blue Book's "2018 Best Buy: Small Car"**
    This award marks the fourth consecutive win for the Honda Civic, as it sees itself named 'Best Buy of the Year' among small cars, according to Kelley Blue Book's The reasons for the win this year are the Honda Civic's tremendous reliability and above-average resale value.
  • The Honda Civic Si received the 2018 "5-Year Cost to Own" Award***
    This award comes from Kelley Blue Book's and is for the Sporty Compact Car segment. The 2018 Honda Civic Si earned this award for it's low cost of ownership as projected by
  • The Honda Civic Si and the Honda Civic Type R each received a spot on the 2018 Car and Driver 10Best Cars List****
    This honor comes from Car and Driver, naming the 2018 Honda Civic Si and the 2018 Honda Civic Type R to its 10Best Cars list thanks to its sporty steering, audio tech, active damper system, and bigger brakes on the Civic Si and on the Civic Type R, for an incredible front-wheel drive experience.

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How Does the Honda Civic Handle Its Competition?

When you compare the 2018 Honda Civic to its biggest competitors, it's quick to see why the Honda Civic is one of the best-known nameplates in the compact sedan segment. Loaded with tons of tech and standard features, the 2018 Honda Civic makes an outstanding choice for anyone on a new-car search.

One thing that helps set the 2018 Honda Civic a touch ahead of its rivals is its diverse powertrain options— While most compact sedans come standard with one engine, the 2017 Honda Civic gives you the option to choose between the naturally aspirated In-Line 4-Cylinder or a 1.5L turbocharged engine that gives you the added ability and power for every situation. Both engines can come paired with either a six-speed manual transmission for more engagement for drivers or a Continuously Variable Transmission that will help maximize efficiency and power all at once. With these choices of engines, drivers of the new 2018 Honda Civic will enjoy a range of choices that are simply not available on the 2018 Toyota Corolla or the 2018 Nissan Maxima.

Another area of interest: onboard entertainment. If you like standard Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™, consider skipping the 2018 Toyota Corolla and the 2018 Nissan Sentra, which don't offer either. Standard on the 2018 Honda Civic, however, Apple CarPlay™ or Android Auto™ can help you bring your favorite music and apps with you wherever the road takes you, seamlessly integrating with your onboard infotainment system with your compatible smart device. Both systems will let you have access to your maps, phone, music, and messages, making it easier to safely access your phone while still keeping your eyes on the road.

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  • Starts with a standard 158-horsepower, 138 pound-feet of torque engine, but there's also an available turbocharged engine with 174 horsepower and 162 pound-feet of torque.
  • Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ are standard on the EX-T, EX-L, and Touring trims.
  • Available Honda Sensing® technologies and available Lane Keeping Assist System and Adaptive Cruise Control all work to make the 2018 Honda Civic smarter and safer on the road.

2018 Honda Civic vs. 2018 Toyota Corolla

  • Don't expect to be blown away by the 2018 Toyota Corolla, which offers a paltry 132-horsepower 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine as its standard.
  • Optional 7.0-inch Front Infotainment Display
  • Cloth is standard but leatherette seating surfaces are optional.
  • All 2018 Toyota vehicles have standard Toyota Safety Sense™ P (TSS-P).

2018 Honda Civic vs. 2018 Nissan Sentra

  • The 2018 Nissan Sentra starts off with a 130-horsepower, 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine and a six-speed manual transmission—a CVT is optional and actually drops the horsepower output to 124 horsepower.
  • While Bluetooth® compatibility extends throughout the range, there's no trace of either Apple CarPlay™ nor Android Auto™ anywhere in the Sentra lineup.
  • A Nissan NISMO performance-spec version is available.

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Fuel Efficiency

28 city / 40 highway/ 32 combined mpg rating for LX model with 6-speed manual transmission. 31 city / 40 highway / 34 combined mpg rating for LX & EX CVT models. 31 city / 42 highway / 35 combined mpg rating for EX-T model with 6-speed manual transmission. 32 city / 42 highway / 36 combined mpg rating for EX-T, EX-L and Touring CVT models. Based on 2017 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.


*The 2018 Civic Coupe and the 2018 Civic Sedan both named MotorWeek's "Best Small Car". For more information, visit Motor Week.
** The 2018 Civic Coupe and the 2018 Civic Sedan both named the "2018 Best Buy: Small Car" by Kelley Blue Book. For more information, visit Kelley Blue Book is a registered trademark of Kelley Blue Book Co., Inc.
***The 2018 Civic Hatchback, 2018 Civic Si Coupe/Sedan, and the 2018 Civic Type R named Car and Drivers' "10Best Cars". For more information, visit Car and Driver.
****The 2018 Civic Sedan, the 2018 Civic Si Sedan, and the Civic Type R  named "Editor's Choice" by Car and Driver. For more information, visit Car and Driver.
*****The 2018 Civic Si Coupe and the 2018 Civic Si Sedan win Kelley Blue Book's 2018 "5-year Cost to Own Award". For more information, visit
******The 2018 Civic Type R named the 2018 "Automobile All-Star". For more information, visit Automobile.

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