Whether you decide on the 2016 Honda Civic Sedan or Coupe, you have five trim levels to choose from:
Civic EX Sedan (pictured) / Civic LX-P Coupe
From the basic LX all the way to the Touring, the Civic is loaded with standard and available connectivity and safety features—drivers seeking the new turbocharged engine will want to shop the EX-T and higher trims.
Honda has added to their stellar reputation by giving drivers access to one of the best packages of standard features on the market. Entry-level Civic LX models include amenities like these without requiring any upgrades:
Bluetooth HandsFreeLink: Sync up your smartphone with your Civic to stream audio wirelessly and make hands-free phone calls.
LCD Display Screen: In the dash of each Civic is a 5-inch LCD screen giving you access to relevant vehicle and technology controls.
Multi-Angle Rearview Camera: Shift into reverse and the Civic’s standard rearview camera brings up on the LCD display a crystal clear look at what’s behind you for peace of mind when backing up.
We’ve already mentioned the standard multi-angle rearview camera, but it’s far from the only safety feature of the Civic. In addition to standards like a suite of airbags and five three-point seat belts, the Civic has Honda Sensing safety features available at every trim, adding on accident prevention features like:
While competing cars like the 2016 Toyota Corolla and 2016 Subaru Impreza might have some comparable safety features available, drivers won’t find them included until the highest trims.
In addition to standards like Bluetooth HandsFreeLink and the built-in LCD screen, Honda offers a wide range of tech upgrades available, including:
Drivers have three main trim level options on the 2016 Fit:
The 2016 Honda Fit EX-L is available with satellite-linked navigation as well.
As with the Civic, the 2016 Honda Fit has one of the best varieties of standard features; in addition to the Civic’s amenities we listed above, you’ll find these features:
We highlighted both of these features for a reason: You won’t find the Magic Seat or the ECON button on competing vehicles like the Kia Rio or Chevy Spark.
Honda Sensing has yet to make its way to the 2016 Honda Fit, but it has a long list of impressive safety features that helped it earn a 5-Star Overall Vehicle Safety Rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA),** including:
The multi-angle rearview camera and available Honda LaneWatch blind spot camera help to make the Fit one of the safest small car options.
You’ll find the following available technology upgrades on the Fit, in addition to the standard Bluetooth connectivity:
Whether driving the LX, the top-of-the-line EX-L, or the mid-range EX, the Fit has one of the best selections of tech features in the subcompact car class.
We think that between the Civic Sedan, the Civic Coupe, and the Honda Fit, we have the best small car for the average Detroit driver. Let us show you with a test drive; stop by a Detroit Honda Dealer near you today to experience these two impressive Honda vehicles for yourself.
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