The 2015 Honda Civic Sedan is right here at West Michigan Honda Dealers, and if you’re looking for an affordable, well-equipped, and fuel-efficient small car, it might be the right choice for you. But the Civic also comes in a coupe body style, so what exactly are the differences between the two, and which is right for you?
Choosing Civic Sedan or Coupe
The biggest difference between the Civic Sedan and Coupe is the look. The two-door coupe has a sportier, more exciting look and feel to it than your average sedan, but if you’re going to be getting in and out of the back seat with any regularity, particularly if you’re making the Civic your family car, the four-door sedan may be more up your alley.
And if you’ve been eyeing the new Special Edition trim level, you’ll only be able to find that on the Civic Sedan. Otherwise, each model has access to the LX, EX, and EX-L trim levels (the Special Edition slides right in between the LX and EX trims on the sedan).
Both the LX and EX trims on the Civic Coupe feature an upgraded sound system (6 speakers on the LX and 7 speakers on the EX), though the other features match up one-to-one.
Both the Sedan and Coupe earn the same fuel economy, with 2015 Honda Civic LX models with a CVT taking home an EPA-estimated 39 highway mpg,* but if you’re looking for savings, you’ll want to go with the Coupe. It’s priced just a bit lower than the Sedan: the 2015 Civic LX Coupe comes in at $18,290 (MSRP)** to the Sedan’s $18,490 (MSRP).**
Test Drive a Civic Today
These are just two of the options available on the 2015 Honda Civic; the Honda Civic Si is a sport-tuned version of Honda’s small car that also comes in sedan and coupe styles. And then there is the high-efficiency Civic HF, the Civic Hybrid, and the Civic Natural Gas to give you a wide range of greener options as alternatives to the normal Civic.
Find the right Civic for you at a West Michigan Honda Dealer; we’ll set you up with a test drive as soon as possible.