Blind Spot Monitor
The 2020 Honda Civic is a perennial front-runner in the compact sedan segment, but sometimes popularity is down more to time on the field than actual superiority. Take a quick look at the 2019 Volkswagen Jetta, for example, and you’ll quickly see the vaunted 2020 Honda Civic providing fewer features while asking for more money and falling short when it comes to fuel efficiency. Compare the Volkswagen Jetta vs. Honda Civic below for the complete picture.
You’d expect the new VW Jetta and 2020 Honda Civic to run roughly neck-and-neck in terms of pricing, but there’s actually a difference of over $1,000:
Paying more might be fair when you’re getting more in return, but the Honda Civic doesn’t seem to play that way. Willing to upgrade? Compare the 2020 Volkswagen Jetta vs. Passat.
Ultimately, any daily driver needs to be able to provide satisfying performance and above-average fuel economy. Comparing the Volkswagen Jetta vs. Honda Civic on the specs most important to our neighbors, the Jetta Sedan’s advantages are plain to see:
The VW Jetta and Honda Civic share plenty of features, including a rearview camera, cruise control, and multi-function steering wheel. That said, only the Jetta provides the following amenities as standard:
Better yet, even the VW Jetta base model offers an optional Blind Spot Monitor for safer lane changes between Cave Creek and Paradise Valley. The 2020 Honda Civic Sedan doesn’t offer a blind spot monitor, no matter which trim you decide to purchase. Although it does offer Honda LaneWatch in the mid-range EX trim level, most drivers comparing the Jetta vs. Civic agree that a blind spot monitor is easier to use.
Any Volkswagen Jetta vs. Honda Civic comparison is going to see the VW pull ahead, thanks to its fantastic starting price, strong highway mpg rating, and generous feature list. To talk through anything from color options, to Jetta rims, to trim levels, feel free to contact our Phoenix showroom today.
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