2017 Hyundai Elantra vs 2017 Honda Civic
To finds out which four-door sedan is better, we have matched Hyundai and Honda against one another in this 2017 Hyundai Elantra vs 2017 Honda Civic comparison. Let’s see how these two models compare and see which one comes out on top.
Looking at the two models side-by-side, the Elantra stands out as a futuristic design with sharp lines, exciting features, and beautiful proportions. Everything from the grille to the headlights and fog lamps work together to create a cohesive style. This is more than we can say for the Honda Civic Sedan, which has a strange chrome bar across the front, bland headlights, and disjointed features that make the Civic interesting to look at in the way that sideshow attractions are interesting. If looks were enough to make you an Elantra fan, then you should click below to see our inventory right now, otherwise keep reading to learn about all the other ways that the Civic falls short.
|2017 Hyundai Elantra||VS||2017 Honda Civic Sedan|
|195 Pound-Feet||Max Torque||162 Pound-Feet|
|10 Years / 100,000 Miles||Powertrain Warranty||5 Years / 60,000 Miles|
How does the 2017 Hyundai Elantra compare to the competition?
The first thing you should look at when considering your next car is the price. That price is important to your budget, not just now, but for the next few years, and it should not be taken lightly. This is where Hyundai has your back as the base model is nearly $1,600 cheaper than the Civic Sedan base model. This pricing difference continues up through the comparable trims. Long story short, if you buy a Hyundai, you are going to pay less.
Are you paying less for less though? With Hyundai, that is not the case. Not only do you have a cheaper price, but with more available power under the hood, you will have a more spirited ride. This is compounded further if you are looking for a non-manual transmission. The Honda uses a CVT automatic whereas the Hyundai uses a traditional automatic. This means you can accelerate easily from any speed with the Hyundai’s automatic. On top of that CVT equipped vehicles like the Honda, are more prone to have reliability issues, which brings us to our next point.
A warranty is a sign of faith in product, and with the warranties on these two vehicles, it is clear that Hyundai has more faith in their product. Even the bumper-to-bumper warranty is better with Hyundai as they offer 5 years or 60,000 miles bumper-to-bumper compared to Honda’s 3 years or 36,000 miles bumper-to-bumper.
If that settles it and you want a 2017 Hyundai Elantra in High Point, NC, then come down to Carolina Hyundai of High Point. We have the Hyundai models that you are interested in including the impressive Elantra.