Subaru Impreza vs Honda Civic: Fuel-Efficient, Compact, and Fun
If you're looking for a well-equipped, practical, and capable sedan--that starts around $20,000 and doesn't make you want to hide your face when you drive by your friends or coworkers--there is good news. Selection in Old Bridge, Staten Island, Edison, and Somerset is better than ever, and dealers all across New Jersey are feeling the excitement, and are ready for the challenge.
At All American Subaru, we're confident that we have the best option for those seeking a compact sedan near Staten Island in the form of the awarded and iconic Subaru Impreza. With standard all-wheel drive, an affordable price, and a well-equipped cabin, it holds steady against top competitors like the legendary Honda Civic.
We're prepared a basic rundown of the similarities and differences between the Impreza and Civic, to help you get a feel for these three popular new models. Explore for yourself below, or visit us in Old Bridge to take on the Impreza for yourself.
Subaru Impreza vs. Honda Civic
- The Subaru Impreza comes standard with the brand's Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive
- Impreza inches out the Civic in terms of total interior space and front leg room; but, that extra wiggle space in the Impreza gives the Civic an advantage in trunk space
- The Impreza offers Sport Premium and Sport Limited hatchback options for enhanced cargo space; Honda Civic might have a five-door option in the near future, but one is not currently offered
- The Civic offers slightly better fuel economy than the Impreza, but you make the sacrifice of AWD; the Impreza is America's most fuel-efficient all-wheel-drive sedan
Think you have a finger on the pulse of the compact sedan world? Visit All American Subaru today in Old Bridge to take a look at one of the industry's leading four-and five-door models. Compare the Impreza to further competition, or to other vehicles within the new model lineup to see which sedan, SUV, or wagon will fit best to your unique lifestyle.