Shopping for a New Sedan in Kenosha?

August 22nd, 2016 by

Kick off a new school year in a new sedan in Kenosha! Whether you’re shuttling kids to and from different activities, or commuting to work, a new vehicle can make a big difference. The 2016 Honda Civic at Honda of Kenosha is a great choice and easily tops other vehicles in its class like the 2016 Chevrolet Cruze. Find out why the 2016 Honda Civic should be at the top of your list for a new sedan in Kenosha!

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Safety is a top priority when transporting family and friends around town and the Honda Civic’s advanced safety features set it apart from the competition. Smart airbags in the Civic deploy with varying levels of force to better protect passengers of all sizes, but the Cruze’s airbags don’t have smart features. The Civic offers optional Collision Mitigation Braking System to warn drivers of potential collisions and apply the brakes if necessary. The Cruze offers a collision warning feature but doesn’t come with automated braking.

The convenient features that come with the Honda Civic make it even more appealing. Front power windows that close with one-touch and rain-sensitive windshield wipers allow you to focus on your destination, but the Cruze doesn’t offer these features. Additionally the Civic offers Adaptive Cruise Control, which helps you maintain a safe following distance on the road. The Cruze doesn’t offer this extra technology.
The Civic comes in a coupe or sedan body style so you can choose the perfect Civic to fit your lifestyle, however the Chevrolet Cruze is only available as a sedan. Critics love the Civic just as much as drivers do, and a group of automotive journalists chose the Honda Civic as the 2016 North American Car of the Year. The Cruze has never been selected for this prestigious award.

 

If you can picture yourself behind the wheel of this new sedan in Kenosha, stop by our dealership today! We would be happy to tell you more about the 2016 Honda Civic and show you its great features in action!

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