2017 Honda Civic Hatchback vs. 2017 Chevrolet Cruze Hatchback
The 2017 Honda Civic Hatchback and the 2017 Chevrolet Cruze Hatchback might have both caught your eye if you’re searching for a new small car in the Calumet City area. Both of these small hatchbacks are appealingly styled, well appointed, extremely efficient, and priced well. So which one is the better buy? You can find out more about how they match up right here.
Performance and Efficiency
It’s no surprise that these two models offer impressive fuel economy estimates. Either one will be among the best in its class—both models rate at up to 40 mpg highway in EPA estimates. Both come with small turbocharged four-cylinder engines.
Technology and Connectivity
The Chevy Cruze gets the OnStar system with in-car 4G LTE connectivity and in-car WiFi for up to seven devices. That means everyone can stay connected on the road wherever you go. It also means that with OnStar, your vehicle can provide enhanced vehicle diagnostics, automatic crash response and emergency services, stolen vehicle assistance, remote door unlocking, roadside assistance, and more. The Honda is missing those features in the base model.
Plus, even the base model of the Chevy Cruze Hatchback comes standard with a six-speaker audio system. The Honda comes with a four-speaker system. The Cruze also gets an AUX input, satellite radio, and an automatic equalizer. Those features are not standard in the Honda Civic.
Comfort and Convenience
The Chevy Cruze gives you an eight-way adjustable driver seat, while the Honda Civic comes with a six-way seat. The Cruze also comes with a rear armrest, while the Civic does not.
Visit Chevrolet of Homewood Today
Visit us at 18033 Halsted Street in Homewood, IL, and we have the latest Chevy Cruze in stock now. Come visit us today to find the Cruze that fits your needs best. We think that you’ll love this little car if you’re shopping for a new vehicle in the Calumet City area, so come visit us today to take it for a test drive.