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Vehicle Comparisons:
2016 Honda Civic vs. 2016 Toyota Camry

The 2016 Honda Civic and Toyota Camry prove luxury doesn’t have to come at a premium. When you look at their long list of features, it’s no wonder why sedan shoppers near Denver, Aurora, and Centennial gravitate toward them year after year.

The Civic and Camry marry efficiency and good looks, making it hard to choose between the two. To narrow down your decision, Mile High Honda compares the 2016 Honda Civic and Toyota Camry side by side in the article posted below.

Designed to Make an Impression

2016HondaCivicBlueAfter doing away with its conservative frame, the 2016 Honda Civic returns with a redesigned exterior painted with bold strokes. The Honda Civic’s silhouette is equally aggressive and sophisticated, and it bears little resemblance to its retired predecessor. Boasting round shoulders and clean curves, the Honda Civic is a commuter car on the cutting edge.

The 2016 Toyota Camry took a more traditional approach during the design process. It shares a similar shape to the outgoing Civic, but its accents and gaping front grille are starting to look dated. The Honda Civic’s aesthetic attracts more interest, especially with its chiseled frame and muscular frame.

Engineered to Go the Distance

The 2016 Civic and Camry each gets a standard four-cylinder engine and front-wheel drive. With the Civic, drivers can upgrade to a 1.5-liter turbocharged engine for robust acceleration and handling throughout the ride.[1] The Camry offers a V6, but it can get noisy while accelerating.

The Camry comes with a six-speed automatic transmission, which delivers smooth shifts and speed transitions. The Civic, comparatively, gets either a six-speed manual or a continuously variable transmission. Each delivers a sharp, responsive ride, especially while cruising at highway speeds.

Technology Features

2016HondaCivicInteriorThe 2016 Toyota Camry and Honda Civic make staying connected a priority, which is why they’re each available with infotainment systems in their dashboards.

With the Civic, drivers can opt for a 7-inch audio display with a touchscreen[2] and smartphone integration. The Toyota Camry offers the Entune® App Suite, which also includes a touchscreen and mobile integration. Each lets you stream music, use voice controls, and more, making it easier than ever to stay connected to the world around you.

Test Drive a 2016 Honda Civic

The Toyota Camry delivers a smooth ride, but its design plays it safe and blends into the masses. Drivers seeking a sedan with cutting-edge features and design cues will find what they’re looking for with the new Honda Civic.

Before you visit a Honda dealership, read our review of the 2016 Honda Civic to learn more about its design, features, and performance. We break down everything you need to know about its redesign, which gives the Honda Civic an edge over competing sedans like the 2016 Toyota Camry.

If you’re shopping for a sedan in Centennial, Aurora, or Denver, the 2016 Honda Civic could be the right choice for you. Check out our online inventory or stop by Mile High Honda to test drive a 2016 Honda Civic today.

[1] 27 city/40 highway/31 combined mpg rating for 6MT model. 31 city/41 highway/35 combined mpg rating for LX & EX CVT models. 31 city/42 highway/35 combined mpg rating for EX-T, EX-L and Touring CVT models. Based on 2016 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.

[2] The Display Audio Interface is used for direct connection to and streaming from some current smartphones. Some smartphones may not work. Please see your Honda dealer for details.

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