If you’re an Albany area driver looking for a sleek new small car, we want to make sure you know that you don’t have to settle for the 2015 Subaru Impreza‘s technology features. Honda has been developing a stellar standard features package that you can find on the 2015 Honda Civic—available in the two-door coupe or the four-door sedan. You would need to upgrade the Impreza to get it on the same level as the basic Civic, and the tech features are just one advantage.
Advantages of the Civic
On every 2015 Honda Civic, you’ll find Honda’s game-changing suite of modern amenities, which includes:
- Honda i-MID touchscreen infotainment system
- Bluetooth HandsFreeLink for phone and audio
- Steering wheel-mounted controls for phone, audio, and cruise
- Rearview camera system with built-in guidelines
- Pandora Internet radio compatibility
- SMS text messaging capabilities
- Remote trunk and tailgate release
While the 2015 Subaru Impreza technology is better than some of its competitors, the Civic has no trouble going head-to-head with it while offering further advantages in interior space and fuel economy.
- The 2015 Honda Civic Sedan offers 36.2 inches of rear legroom to the Impreza’s 35.4 inches, giving your backseat passengers more space to get comfortable. The Civic’s front shoulder room lets you stretch out more at 56.6 inches to the 55.6 inches of the Impreza.
- Each 2015 Honda Civic LX Sedan with CVT is rated at an EPA-estimated 39 highway and 30 city mpg for 33 mpg combined.* The 2015 Subaru Impreza only manages 34 highway and 25 city mpg for 28 mpg combined.
Honda continues to set the standard for technology, comfort, and fuel efficiency in the auto industry, and the Civic is no exception—and it looks great while doing it.
Test Drive a Civic
Let us show you what the 2015 Honda Civic is capable of so that you can see for yourself how it stacks up to the 2015 Subaru Impreza technology. Visit a Capital Region Honda Dealer near you today to test drive a brand-new Civic. With the recent announcement of the 2016 Honda Civic, we can’t wait to see how it’s going to leave competitors like the Impreza feeling outdated.