You already know that we have the latest Civic Sedan in stock, but did you know that we also have the 2015 Honda Civic Coupe ready to hit the streets of West Michigan? It’s hard to go wrong when you’ve decided on driving home a Civic, coupe or sedan, but what exactly are the differences between the two? Let’s take a look.
What’s the Difference?
The most noticeable difference between the two Civics is their body styles, of course. The Civic Coupe trades the mid-pillar design of the four-door sedan for a more stylish look with longer driver and passenger doors and a tapered rear window. After you get past the obvious difference, however, there’s not much separating these two models.
If you’re eyeing the entry-level LX trims, the biggest separation is in the sound system; 2015 Civic Coupes have a six-speaker stereo while the Civic Sedan has a four-speaker sound system.
For drivers looking to upgrade past the well-equipped basic trim, though, there’s one substantial difference: the brand new Special Edition trim that debuted in 2015 can only be found on the Civic Sedan. Now, if you’re wanting to drive the EX or EX-L trims, both Civics give you access to those, but the SE strikes a nice balance between LX and EX, and if you want that kind of compromise, you’ll only find it on the sedan.
Choosing between these two cars will depend greatly on what you want in a car, but we always recommend the Civic Sedan for anyone who is going to be using the back seat regularly, particularly if you have kids. It’s just easier to get in and out of with an extra set of doors.
See the Difference Firsthand
The best way to find out what separates the 2015 Honda Civic Coupe and Sedan builds is to experience them both: visit a West Michigan Honda Dealer near you for a test drive. While you’re here, don’t forget that the sport-tuned 2015 Honda Civic Si is available in both sedan and coupe body styles as well if you’re looking for something with a bit more power and style.