COUNTRYSIDE, Ill., Nov. 29, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The Honda Civic and Honda Accord are no strangers to outselling the comparable models of their closest competition. For many years both popular Hondas have enjoyed the success that follows from being two of the most well-liked vehicles in the United States. Due to the demand for a comparison piece that examines the nuanced differences of these Honda automobiles, Continental Honda offers a clear comparison of the 2014-model Civic and Accord.
The opportunity to compare the 2014 Honda Civic vs. 2014 Honda Accord highlights the flexibility that individuals and families have in making a vehicle choice. When first considering the body and powertrain options available with the vehicles, both the Civic and the Accord are available as a coupe or sedan, and both can be configured as gas/electric hybrids as well. For drivers deciding between the Civic and the Accord, the crux of the matter simply equates to weighing their wants and needs against the offerings of either a compact or mid-size automobile.
As the compact vehicle in the comparison, the 2014 Honda Civic approaches passenger and cargo volume with an efficient treatment of interior space. Not considering its compact frame a disadvantage in any way, Honda engineers have additionally leveraged the Civic's smaller body to achieve a fuel economy greater than that of the Accord by a couple of miles per gallon. The mid-size 2014 Honda Accord, however, exchanges those few miles per gallon to open up more space for larger families and more extensive cargo.
Drivers looking to make a personal comparison between the Honda Civic and Accord can do so near Chicago at Continental Honda in Countryside, Ill. For more information concerning Honda's popular compact and mid-size vehicle options, contact Continental at (888) 865-0378 or visit www.continentalhonda.com today.
Media Contact: Joe Veverka, Continental Honda, (888) 865-0378, firstname.lastname@example.org
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