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2020 Honda Civic in Farmington Hills

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The 2020 Honda Civic continues to offer drivers an engaging driving experience in a practical package. Whether you choose the coupe, sedan, or hatchback model, you'll get a car that's sensibly equipped and fun to drive. Come test drive these new compact cars today at our dealership near West Bloomfield and Livonia.

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2020 Honda Civic Performance

It's clear that Honda paid more than just passing attention to the driving dynamics of the 2020 Civic. Across body styles, trim levels, and powertrains, the compact car delivers a consistently satisfying experience in the driver's seat.

Much of this engaging performance comes from a fully independent suspension system that's standard on all models. McPherson struts in the front and an advanced double wishbone design in the rear produce direct handling while optimizing smoothness and comfort.

The 2020 Civic also has the advantage of quality powertrains on its side. Its standard 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine makes a balanced 158 horsepower and 138 pound-feet of torque. An available 1.5-liter turbocharged engine ups output to 174 horsepower in the coupe and sedan body styles and 180 horsepower in the hatchback Sport trim.

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You'll also be able to choose between two transmission options. The 2020 Civic is a holdout for enthusiasts with its available six-speed manual transmission. This gearbox offers crisp shifts and an easy clutch for those who prefer to row their own gears. Those who don't want the manual can get a continuously variable transmission.

2020 Honda Civic Body Styles

Part of the appeal of the 2020 Civic is its versatility of configurations. Rather than just offer a single body style, the 2020 Civic has three to consider.

2020 Civic Coupe: This two-door model is all about sporty looks. From its fastback profile to its low-slung stance, the 2020 Civic Coupe is ready to wow onlookers.

2020 Civic Sedan: With handsome looks of its own, the 2020 Civic Sedan offers the convenience of four doors. Its roomy back seat is a great place for passengers to enjoy a trip.

2020 Civic Hatchback: The 2020 Civic Hatchback is a great option for drivers who want versatility and utility. The 2020 Civic Hatchback offers up to 46.2 cubic feet of cargo space with its back seats folded down.

2020 Honda Civic Interior

You'll find a cabin space in the 2020 Civic that's designed to balance ergonomics, style, and comfort. Each of the three body styles offers seating for up to five passengers and options for both cloth and leather upholstery. A leather-wrapped steering wheel always provides comfort for the driver, while available heated seats are perfect for winter weather around Westland and Southfield.

The 2020 Civic also has some great interior technology options. Its center display screen comes standard with a rear-view camera and tactile buttons to access a range of functions with ease. You'll even get a traditional volume knob. Available Apple CarPlay and Android Auto give the 2020 Civic extra infotainment capabilities as well.

2020 Honda Civic Safety

One of the major strong suits for the 2020 Civic is its list of standard safety features. The Honda Sensing package comes standard on all 2020 Civic models, equipping them with a range of driver-assist features.

  • Collision Mitigation Braking System
  • Road Departure Mitigation System
  • Adaptive Cruise Control with Low-Speed Follow
  • Lane Keeping Assist System

Honda Civic vs. the Competition

The 2019 Honda Civic continues a decades-long legacy of setting the bar for compact cars. It's that rare model that perfectly balances fun driving dynamics, comfortable amenities, practical design, and great value. Part of the new 2019 Civic's appeal is its variety of models. Drivers can choose from a wide range of powertrains, body styles, and trim levels. There's truly a 2019 Civic for everyone.

The 2019 Civic isn't the only contender in the segment, though. Both the Toyota Corolla and Madzda3 are considered to be stiff competition, and drivers are likely to give them both equal considerations. We here at Suburban Honda want you to be able to make a confident choice, so we've pitted the new 2019 Civic against its to fierce competitors in head-to-head comparisons. Read up on the differences and choose for yourself which is best.

Honda Civic vs. Toyota Corolla

  • The 2019 Civic has the Corolla beat when it comes to sheer variety of models. You can get the 2019 Civic in no less than three body styles. Plus, a range of trim levels and special editions expand the range. While the 2019 Corolla has introduced a new hatchback model, it's still only available in two body styles.
  • Base performance in the 2019 Civic is stronger than that in the Corolla. A standard 158-horsepower engine propels the 2019 Civic -- the first in a range of available engines. The base engine in the 2019 Corolla lags behind with 132 horsepower.
  • Drivers who want a sharper experience behind the wheel will have options with the new 2019 Civic. Both the 2019 Civic Si and the 2019 Civic Type R offer excellent power and driving dynamics. While the new Corolla is available with a manual transmission, it doesn't offer an explicitly enthusiast-oriented model.
  • If you're looking for a practical liftback, you'll have better luck with the 2019 Civic Hatchback. Its 46.2 cubic feet of cargo space is far more than you'll get in the Corolla Hatchback.

Honda Civic vs. Mazda3

  • Value-conscious buyers may want to choose the new 2019 Civic. It has a starting price that’s below that of the 2019 Mazda3.
  • Enthusiasts are likely to choose the 2019 Civic. That's because it offers an available six-speed manual transmission at every trim level. Plus, it offers the higher performance 2019 Civic Si model. The 2019 Mazda3 only offers a stick-shift in the top trim level for the upcoming hatchback model, and there is no high-performance edition available so far.
  • The Mazda3 offers a more powerful base engine, but the 2019 Civic has more maximum horsepower. In particular, the 2019 Civic Si outruns the Mazda3 with its turbocharged engine generating 205 horsepower and 192 pound-feet of torque.
  • If you're looking of variety, the 2019 Civic has it. Drivers can choose between three body styles: sedan, coupe, and hatchback. The 2019 Mazda3 is limited to just sedan and hatchback models.

* The 2018 Honda Civic & Hatch were given the "Best Small Car Award" by MotorWeek. Visit their website for More Information About this Award.

**The 2018 Honda Civic Sedan & Hatch were given the "2018 Best Buy: Small Car" Award by KBB.com, a subsidiary of Kelley Blue Book. Visit their website for More Information About this Award.

***The 2018 Honda Civic Si was given a spot on the 2018 Car and Driver "10 Best Cars" List from Car and Driver. Visit their website for More Information About this Award.

****The 2018 Honda Civic Si was given the "2018 Cost to Own" Award by Kelley Blue Book's KBB.com. Visit their website for More Information About this Award.


Prices shown are manufacturer suggested retail prices only and do not include taxes, license, or doc fee. Manufacturer vehicle accessory costs, labor and installation vary. Please contact us with any questions.

**Based on 2014 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery-pack age/condition and other factors.

For 2014 Honda Accord Plug-In Hybrid, 115 combined miles per gallon of gasoline-equivalent (MPGe) electric rating; 47 city/46 highway/46 combined MPG gasoline only rating. 13 mile maximum EV mode driving range rating. 570 mile combined gas-electric driving range rating. Based on 2014 EPA mileage and driving range ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your MPGe/MPG and driving range will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, lithium-ion battery age/condition, and other factors. For additional information about EPA ratings, visit http://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/label/learn-more-PHEV-label.shtml.