The first thing buyers do when searching for a new vehicle is compare the vehicle they are considering to competitive options. For the Civic, one of the first competitors that shoppers consider is the Ford Focus. When Ford produced the third generation of the Focus, it was still no match to the ever-growing Civic Lineup, which includes the practical yet fun Sedan and the spirited Coupe, but also added favorites such as the Hatchback, Si, and Type R.
The Civic, now in its 10th generation, has proven the test of time amongst drivers for always improving and offering a better and safer drive for everyone. Sleeker and sportier than ever, the Civic gives drivers fun-to-drive performance, exceptional versatility, advanced connectivity, and excellent fuel efficiency – all in a highly affordable package. Can you really beat that?
ALG Residual Value %
After 36 Months2
ALG Residual Value %
After 60 Months2
KBB’s Cost to Own
Over 5 Years3
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Ford offers numerous, expensive Packages making it confusing for a customer when shopping. Expect to spend more on the features you really want.
The Focus S features Manual Rear Windows. (Don’t worry, we were shocked, too.)
The Focus makes you upgrade to the Titanium trim to have this feature.
The Focus only offers this feature on the Titanium trim.
The Focus only offers this feature on the SEL and Titanium.
The Focus only offers this standard on the SEL and Titanium trims.
No Focus makes this feature available.
The Focus only makes Lane Departure Warning available on the Titanium trim with a $795 Technology Package Add On.
The Focus only offers Heated Seats on the Titanium trim.
This feature only comes standard on the Focus Titanium.
The 2018 Civic is the best selling compact car in America. It’s no wonder you see so many Civics on the road in Erie, PA.
For the 4th year in a row, the 2018 Honda Civic has claimed Kelley Blue Book’s KBB.com Small Car Best Buy Award for its sporty, safe, and sophisticated design and value.
The Honda Civic Hatchback Sport, Si, and Type R have been named to Car & Driver’s 10Best list for 2018 for the trio’s increasing levels of performance and its own set of lofty expectations.
The 2018 Honda Civic is a no brainer when shopping for a small car. Reliable, dependable, and boasting a nice list of features, the Civic remains a favorite among buyers year-after-year, even in a market dominated by SUVs and crossovers.
The 2018 Honda Civic has earned a Five-Star Overall Vehicle score.
For two years in a row, the Honda Civic has won the Driver’s Choice Award for Best Small Car.
The 2018 Honda Civic has won both Car of the Year and Best Compact Car in the 2018 AutoWeb Buyers Choice Awards, making it truly a standout vehicle
1MSRP includes destination charge, but does NOT include tax, license, registration, and options. Dealers set own prices.
2Residual values based on Automotive Lease Guide, 2009. Residual values calculated using 15,000 miles annually.
3Based on 15,000 miles/year, and 3.19% APR for 60 months with a $0 down payment. A car’s Cost to Own includes out of pocket expenses like fuel and insurance, plus loss in value over time (depreciation). Choosing wisely could save you thousands over the first 5 years of ownership.
4 Based on 2018 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.