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Compare the Honda Civic against the Toyota Corolla and Mazda3

The Honda Civic is here with a sleek new design and more than enough innovation for the day ahead. This iconic four-door returns to take on the new Toyota Corolla and Mazda3 to set the bar for the compact sedan segment. Honda of Illinois has new Civic models and a team of sales experts on staff ready to assist you today. We want to walk you through detailed comparisons of the Civic, Corolla, and Mazda3 to help make sure you are as informed as possible before you buy. Our team has years of experience, and we want to get you behind the wheel of your new Civic in no time. Get ready to turn heads all over Springfield, IL in your new Honda Civic from Honda of Illinois. Continue reading see how these sedan models compare, and be sure to speak with our friendly Honda sales team about your options today.


Compare the Civic and Mazda3

  • The Honda Civic and Mazda3 are comparably priced giving drivers plenty agility, innovation, and style without breaking the bank.
  • The Civic is more fuel efficient than the Mazda3, allowing you to have more time on the road between Chatham and Sherman, IL.
  • Both models pack standard inline-four-cylinder engines paired with manual transmissions sending power to the front wheels.
  • With the Civic's standard 158-horsepower engine, drivers get impressive agility and efficiency for the day ahead. The Mazda3's standard engine only puts our 155 horsepower.
  • Both of these compact sedans also comfortably seat up to five passengers.
  • The Civic and Mazda3 both come with available safety features such as child safety locks, daytime running lights, traction control, electronic stability control, and four-wheel antilock brakes.
  • The Civic has more passenger and cargo volume than the Mazda3, offering more than enough space for your passengers and their luggage.

    Compare the Civic and Corolla

    • The Honda Civic comes with more standard power than the Toyota Corolla. The Civic produces 158 horsepower, while the Corolla only puts our 132 horsepower.
    • The Civic also has more available torque than the Corolla to get you off the line quicker.
    • The Civic has more head- and legroom than the Corolla for a more comfortable ride during extended times on the road.
    • Get more standard features in the Civic than in the Corolla such as keyless entry and a theft deterrent alarm system.
    • Both models come with numerous features such as a backup camera, automatic headlights, power locks, smart device integration.
    • The Civic averages 42 miles per gallon on the highway, while the Corolla only averages 40 miles per gallon on the highway.
    • These sedans both come with available continuously variable transmissions and front-wheel drive.
    • The Civic has more available trunk space than the Corolla to bring all of your gear along for the ride.


      Visit Honda of Illinois

      Now that you see the new Honda Civic is the compact sedan to beat, make your way to Honda of Illinois. Not only do we have one of the leading new Honda inventories around, but we also provide outstanding customer support you can trust. Our goal is to make sure you are as informed as possible before your purchase. We want to give you side-by-side comparisons of the Civic, Mazda3, and Corolla, and are here to pair you with the Civic you want in no time.  Our Honda sales professionals want to make sure your next car-buying experience is as simple as possible. Contact us at 217-600-2604 or stop by Honda of Illinois for more information and to test drive new Honda Civic today. Come see why our Taylorville customers have made us trust Honda dealer.

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      Disclaimer: Based on 2018 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicles, driving conditions and other factors.