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2017 Honda Civic vs. 2017 Ford Focus in Kansas City, MO

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Are you looking for a sedan to upgrade your daily drive? The 2017 Honda Civic LX and 2017 Ford Focus SE are two exceptional models to consider. Both provide the advanced technology, safety features, and fuel efficiency you need for your commute. Continue reading to find out which one meets your needs, and give Honda of Tiffany Springs in Kansas City, MO a call at (866) 205-1181 if you have any questions.

2017 Honda Civic vs. 2017 Ford Focus: Performance

The Honda Civic offers more muscle than the Ford Focus, as you can see for yourself in the table below. For an engaging and playful drive, get behind the wheel of a 2017 Civic. Even in turns the Honda Civic sedan remains responsive thanks to precise and predictable steering. The Ford Focus is compliant and comfortable, but nothing overwhelming or fun to drive.

2017 Honda Civic vs. 2017 Ford Focus: Safety

Would you rather have an award-winning sedan or mediocre model protect you and your loved ones? While the Ford Focus receives high marks for safety, the 2017 Honda Civic with Collision Mitigation Braking has received an IIHS Top Safety Pick award. Rearview cameras are standard for both Honda Civic and Ford Focus sedans, but the Civic’s camera gives you a view from three angles, improving visibility behind you exponentially.
Honda Civic VS. Ford Focus
2.0L I4 Engine 1.0L EcoBoost® I3
158 HP Horsepower 123 HP
138 lb.-ft. Torque 125 lb.-ft.
28/40 MPG* MPG city/highway 30/40 MPG
6-speed manual Transmission 6-speed manual

Additional Honda Civic safety features include:

  • Brake Assist which increases brake pressure when it senses you stopping suddenly.
  • ACE™ Body Structure is a network of frame structures engineered to deflect and absorb energy from a frontal collision.
  • Optional Adaptive Cruise Control w/Low Speed Follow automatically adjusts your speed in traffic, keeping a safe distance between you and the car in front of you.
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2017 Honda Civic vs. 2017 Ford Focus: Technology

A 5-in. LCD touchscreen is standard on the 2017 Honda Civic compared to a 4.2-in. touchscreen for the Ford Focus. The Civic sedan’s infotainment system is also more intuitive and responsive than the Ford SYNC® infotainment system because it has larger buttons and a well laid out menu. In addition to keeping you entertained, tech features will keep you comfortable thanks to automatic climate control and optional heated seats, neither of which are available on the Ford Focus. See what other technologies are offered on the 2017 Honda Civic, and then peek at our dealership’s new inventory to find the sedan they’re equipped with.
  • Bluetooth® audio streaming/hands-free
  • Speed-sensitive volume control
  • 4-speaker sound system
  • Automatic headlights
  • Power side mirrors
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Finance or Lease a 2017 Honda Civic in Kansas City, MO

Now that you’ve seen for yourself how superior the 2017 Honda Civic sedan is to the competition, let’s discuss payment plans. Unless you have cash, finance and lease plans are your two options. Regardless of which plan fits your lifestyle, our team of finance specialists will work with you, regardless of your credit score, to help you drive home in a new Honda Civic. After you find your favorite 2017 Civic from our new inventory, had your test drive appointment, and completed our online finance application, our team will work tirelessly until we find a deal you’re happy with. If you have questions for the team at Honda of Tiffany Springs in Kansas City, MO, give us a call at (866) 205-1181.
*28 city/40 highway/32 combined MPG rating for LX model with six-speed manual transmission. Based on 2017 EPA mileage ratings. Used for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.
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