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Blind Spot Warning System
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Intelligent Around View Monitor
Drivers comparing 2021 Nissan Sentra vs. 2021 Honda Civic need to think about everything from starting prices to MPG ratings, so we’ve matched them up on your behalf to show how things stand. Simply read on to pit these two leading compacts against each other on:
The Nissan Sentra and Honda Civic both offer a range of trim level options, but you’ll find the Civic cost significantly more than the Sentra from entry-level trims to top-tier models.
Standard and top-tier 2021 Nissan Sentra trims include:
Standard and top-tier 2021 Honda Civic trims include:
The 2021 Nissan Sentra and 2021 Honda Civic are well matched when it comes to standard power. You’ll make up to 149 hp and 146 lb-ft of torque with the entry-level 2021 Nissan Sentra or up to 158 hp and 138 lb-ft of torque with the entry-level Civic.
That said, the Sentra is a little more efficient on the highway as standard. You’ll make:
Each model offers everything from Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ for seamless smartphone connectivity right up to Heated Seats for year-round comfort. You’ll find the Nissan Sentra providing an available 8-inch touchscreen display vs. an available 7-inch display with the Honda Civic, but the real difference comes when you turn to safety features.
Only the 2021 Nissan Sentra provides the following state of the art driver assistance technologies:
As noted by critics from Edmunds: “The redesigned Sentra offers compelling value. It comes well equipped with loads of standard tech and safety features and starts at a lower price than a lot of the class.”
The team at East Tennessee Nissan near Knoxville can help you navigate anything from Car Doc maintenance plans to Sentra trim levels, so feel free to get in touch today for any further advice or assistance.