2017 Honda Civic vs 2017 Honda Accord
The 2017 Honda Civic and the 2017 Honda Accord are both highly revered by critics and drivers, and the sedans are two of Honda’s best selling models. To help you decide between the two vehicles, we wanted to compare the standard LX 4-door sedan models to see which one suits your needs the most.
Both the Civic and the Accord bring strong performance with an attractive starting MSRP*, with the new Civic costing $18,740 and the new Accord costing $22,455. While the Honda sedan models are more affordable, they are also some of the safest vehicles on the road. Both the Civic and Accord have convenient features such as the Lane-Departure Warning available, and both come standard with traction control. The sedans also both have standard Daytime Running Lights, so other cars can be more aware of where you are on the road.
|2017 Civic||vs||2017 Accord|
|158-hp, 2.0-liter I-4||Engine||185-hp, 2.4-liter I-4|
|98 cu.ft.||Passenger Volume||103 cu.ft.|
Powertrain Advantages in the 2017 Civic and 2017 Accord
The 2017 Honda Civic comes standard with a 2.0-liter I-4 engine, capable of 158 horsepower and 138 lb-ft of torque. The more powerful 2017 Honda Accord comes with a 2.4-liter I-4 engine, which outputs 185-horsepower and 181 lb-ft of torque. Both standard models are front-wheel drive, and are equipped with a 6-speed manual w/OD transmission. The Civic and Accord also both include standard Speed-Sensitive Steering and Brake Assist. A Remote Starting System is available in both sedan models as well.
If you would like to compare the 2017 Honda Civic vs the 2017 Honda Accord, you can schedule a test drive of both sedans at Miller Honda in Winchester, VA. If you have any questions about either sedan model, be sure to ask our knowledgeable staff.
*Price shown is the Honda suggested retail price only and does not include tax, title, license and registration fees, or destination and handling fee.
**Based on 2017 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary, depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions, battery pack age/condition (hybrid only) and other factors.