|2019 Chevy Cruze||VS||2019 Honda Civic|
|177-240 lb-ft||Torque||138-192 lb-ft|
|14.8 cu.ft.||Trunk Space||14.7 cu.ft.|
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For all those drivers not swept up in the current truck and SUV mania that is sweeping the nation, there are still plenty of viable car and sedan options on the market, at least for the 2019 release year. Soon cars may be a thing of the past, but it is hard to believe that the sedan will truly go the way of the dodo. Cars and sedans have been a mainstay in the automotive industry for generations due to a core reliability that leads to long-lasting vehicles, low gas mileage, and all-around affordability. They are a sturdy middle of the road vehicle that not only transports you from point A to point B, but also provide the style and comfort of a much larger vehicle. And to top it off, all of this is provided at a mid to low price point than SUVs and trucks. It is no wonder America has previously had such a love affair with small cars and larger sedans. Chevy and Honda are two heavyweights in the automotive industry and their 2019 offerings in their sedan lineup include two generational stalwarts in the Cruze and Civic, respectively. Deciding between these two iconic car models can pose a serious dilemma for potential car buyers; both vehicles have impressive track records, and their similarities can make selecting one over the other a difficult process. Since you have already made the brave decision to drive a car in an SUV dominated world, we have taken the liberty of providing a spec by spec analysis of both vehicles to help you decide which car best suits your needs as a driver. We have pitted the 2019 Chevy Cruze vs 2019 Honda Civic, and the results in the crowded compact car market reveal a tight race that eventually finds the Chevy Cruze pulling ahead of the competition by providing a maximum level of comfort on all trims with the latest up-to-date technology.
In the compact car segment that reaches from sedan to hatchback, both the Chevy Cruze and the Honda CIvic are viable options at the top of their class. We think it is pretty clear, though, that given the higher price tag on the Honda Civic as well as its failings on the tech front, that the clear winner, dollar for dollar, is the Chevy Cruze. With the Cruze, drivers get practically the same storage capacity, similar if not better fuel mileage, and a well designed, working technology interface all for a much lower price. Oh yeah, and did we mention that J.D. Power and Associates awarded a 4.5 out of 5 rating to the Chevy Cruze for reliability standards. The majority of compact vehicles in this class fall between 2.5 and 3.5; so yeah, the Cruze is definitely among the best in the segment.