It's not every day that you have the decision to buy a new car, so make the decision count! With countless options of new cars out there, make sure you go with the car that is right for you. At Greg May Honda, we have a specific car on the lot that we believe would meet and exceed your expectations, and that would be the 2016 Civic. The Civic outperforms the 2016 Jetta in Waco in many different ways, which we are highlighting today!
The Civic has top-of-the-line technology.
The Civic, unlike the Jetta, offers a remote starting system, which allows you to start the vehicle from inside of the driver's house so your car is nice and toasty by the time you enter. And speaking of toasty, the Civic and Jetta both offer front heated seats, but the Civic Touring makes heated seats available to those passengers in the rear seats! Heated rear seats are not even an option in the Jetta.
The Civic has better safety features than the 2016 Jetta.
With the 2016 Civic, you can drive knowing that you're keeping yourself and your loved ones safe. The 2016 Civic has speed sensors AND seat sensors that will deploy the smart airbags with different levels of force depending on how fast you are going, and what size the person in the front seat is. Not to mention the optional lane departure warning system that alerts an inattentive driver that they are cruising into the wrong late.
Honda is made to be higher quality.
Honda has a name for quality, and it doesn't stop with the 2016 Civic. Honda was named 14th in initial quality by J.D. Power while Volkswagen was way down the list at number 23. On a similar note, the 2015 survey of 3-year-old car owners, Honda was ranked 5thin reliability, and Volkswagen, again down the list, as 21st.
There's room for everyone in the Civic.
Did you know the Civic is rated as a mid-size car by the EPA? The Jetta is only considered a Compact car because it is much smaller. In fact, you'll notice that the Civic has 3.7 cubic feet more passenger room than the Jetta does. In addition to that, the Civic's trunk lift-over height is 26.8 inches and the Jetta's is 28.2. This makes loading items in the Civic much more accessible.
It's unbeatable fuel economy.
Volkswagen may have been called out recently about cheating on the American air pollution tests, but Honda is doing quite the opposite. The 2016 Civic gets 31 city/42 hwy MPG* on average. The Jetta? 28 city/39 hwy MPG* and on top of that requires premium fuel.
Better fuel economy, more cargo space and better safety features, the 2016 Civic easily outperforms the 2016 Jetta in Waco! We know you probably can't wait to get your hands on the new Civic, and you don't have to! Stop by Greg May Honda today for a test drive!
* Based on 2012-2016 EPA mileage estimates, reflecting new EPA fuel economy methods beginning with 2008 models. Use for comparison purposes only. Do not compare to models before 2008. Your actual mileage will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery-pack age/condition and other factors.