2020 Nissan Sentra vs. 2020 Honda Civic | Edinburg, TX
The Nissan Sentra is all-new for 2020 with advances in performance, design, and technology. Whether it’s the improved chassis or upgraded safety features, the 2020 Nissan Sentra truly stands out from its competitors. In fact, when you compare the 2020 Nissan Sentra and the 2020 Honda Civic, the Sentra emerges as the clear victor.
The 2020 Sentra starts more than $1,000 less than the 2020 Civic, meaning less money for a down payment and/or lower monthly payments.*
The new Nissan Sentra has become a segment leader in terms of safety with its class-exclusive standard Rear Automatic Braking and Intelligent Forward Collision Warning, neither of which is even available on the new Honda Civic. The Sentra is also available with Intelligent Around View® Monitor, which isn’t an option on the Civic. In addition, Rear Cross Traffic Alert comes standard on the Sentra but is only optional on the Civic. The Sentra also comes standard with Blind Spot Warning, a technology not even offered on the Civic.
Inside, the 2020 Nissan Sentra wins out in front legroom with 44 inches, compared to just 42.3 in the 2020 Honda Civic. The interior of the Nissan Sentra is also marked by an available 8-inch color display for the infotainment system; the screen in the Honda Civic maxes out at just 7 inches. In addition, the Sentra boasts class-exclusive type-C USB outlets not available on the Civic.
The 2020 Sentra boasts an independent rear suspension, improved gas mileage, and a better chassis. Its standard engine, a 2.0-liter Direct Injection Gasoline™ (DIG) four-cylinder produces more torque — 146 lb-ft — than the standard engine in the 2020 Civic — 138 lb-ft.
The new Nissan Sentra offers multiple two-tone paint colors for 2020, including Monarch Orange Metallic and Super Black, Aspen White TriCoat and Super Coat, and Gun Metallic and Super Black. The Honda Civic does not offer two-tone options.
You can test drive the Nissan Sentra at Fiesta Nissan in Edinburg, Texas.
*Price is Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP). MSRP excludes tax, title, license, options, and destination charge. Dealer sets actual price.