2017 Honda Civic vs. 2017 Honda Accord: Worth the Upgrade?

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Winner: 2017 Honda Civic (Details Below)

The Honda Civic is less expensive than the larger Honda Accord.

The Civic’s base LX trim starts at $18,740 and comes standard with Bluetooth, a USB port, and automatic climate control. The EX, EX-T, and EX-L trims, priced from $21,140 to $25,300, include more features, such as a 7-inch touch screen, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, dual-zone automatic climate control, and 10-speaker audio system. Starting at $26,000, the top-of-the-line Touring model comes with navigation and the Honda Sensing package of safety features.

The Accord’s base LX model starts at $22,455, has a standard manual transmission, and includes Bluetooth, a USB port, a rearview camera, and an 8-inch display screen. The Sport trim, starting at $24,415, comes with a 10-way power-adjustable driver’s seat. The $25,730 EX sedan adds Honda’s LaneWatch blind spot camera, push-button start, a power moonroof, and a 7-inch touch-screen display with smartphone connectivity. The $28,820 EX-L trim comes with Honda’s continuously variable transmission (CVT) and a seven-speaker premium audio system. The EX-L V6 adds a more powerful engine and a six-speed automatic transmission for $30,995. The $34,930 Touring model has front and rear parking sensors and navigation.

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