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2017 Honda Civic vs. 2017 Toyota Camry in St. Albert, AB


2017 Honda Civic vs. Competitors

The Honda Civic is a compact car that’s versatile and practical. You can choose between a range of options and body styles, including coupe and hatchback designs, and the Civic even comes with up to 306 horsepower when properly equipped. Great for both families and thrill seekers, the Civic is a truly unique car. Compared to other models like the Toyota Camry, the Civic has several qualities that set it apart.
The following is a comparison between the 2017 Honda Civic LX CVT and the 2017 Toyota Camry LE Automatic (Natl).
Fuel Economy
The Civic comes with a 2.0-litre inline four-cylinder engine that gets up to 7.8/6.0 /7.0 (city/hwy/combined) L/100 km*. The Camry, on the other hand, comes with a 2.5-litre inline four-cylinder engine that gets 9.8/7.1/8.6 L/100 km*. So, that means you get considerably better gas mileage when you choose the standard Civic over the Camry.
Naturally, you can also upgrade the Civic if you’re looking for more power. The Civic Type R, for instance, gets up to 306 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque.

Despite the fact the Camry is a mid-size Sedan and the Civic is a compact car, the Civic actually has more room when it comes to specific dimensions. For instance, the Civic has more front head room and front leg room. Both models have about 0.43 m3 of trunk volume, and the Civic weighs nearly 224 kg less than the Camry. The Honda Civic provides plenty of space, seats five, and has a lightweight design—what’s not to like?
You can test drive the 2017 Honda Civic at St. Albert Honda today to see why this model is so distinct. It has an efficient powertrain, a wide selection of options, and a comfortable design. When compared to the Camry, the Civic is the top choice for many car shoppers.

*Estimated fuel consumption based on Government of Canada’s 5-cycle testing method. Your actual fuel consumption will vary based on driving habits and other factors – use for comparison only. For more information on 5-cycle testing, visit

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