A Better Future Is In Store With The 2020 Honda Civic in Kenosha

November 11th, 2019 by

As the new year approaches, so does a new 2020 Honda Civic in Kenosha! When we compare it to another make and model like the 2020 Hyundai Accent, it becomes quite clear just how much better the Civic is…

Starting with the Civic’s suspension and handling capabilities, this Honda has fully independent front and rear suspensions. This provides the best possible grip of the road without sacrificing ride comfort throughout the cabin. Along with the suspensions, the Civic also has front and rear stabilizer bars for better control when cornering. The Hyundai Accent only has a semi-independent rear suspension system and doesn’t even offer a rear stabilizer bar. For better control at highway speed and low-effort parking, the Civic has speed-sensitive variable-assist power steering, another feature lost on the Accent. 

With a single touch, the Civic’s parking brake can be set and released, while the Accent requires a lever-type brake that needs a good amount of force to be engaged and released. When you’re out on the road, and it starts to rain, you won’t have to mess with the wiper blades because they automatically turn on according to the amount of rain on the windshield. With the Accent, you would have to operate the windshield wipers and regularly adjust them manually. The headlights on the Civic are automatic as well, with settings to turn on at dusk and off after dawn, and while the Accent does have automatic headlights, they’re only standard on the SEL and Limited models. 

When you need a little extra light and switch to the high-beams, you won’t have to worry about blinding oncoming traffic because sensitive light sensors come standard on the Civic. These can detect other vehicles on the road and automatically switch back to low beams. If someone behind you doesn’t have this nifty feature (like the Accent) to shut off their brights, the Civic’s rearview mirror has an optional automatic dimming feature. If bright lights shine on the Civic, you won’t be blinded or distracted. To help fight off any crazy temperature drops, both the Civic and Accent have available heated front seats, but if you upgrade to the Civic Touring and Sport Touring, your backseat passengers can enjoy heated seats as well. 

If you want to know more about the 2020 Honda Civic in Kenosha, compare Honda Civic trims on our site, or give us a call and set up an appointment for a test-drive. You can only truly embrace these features in person, so we hope to see you soon!

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