Civic vs Cobalt
Ever since Henry Ford invented the Model T, cars have been an essential part of our daily lives. They take us where we want to go, day after day. Two of the major automakers are vying for the top position in the market today, Honda and Chevrolet, and both sport their respective flagships, the Honda Civic and Chevrolet Cobalt. Many people have these two fantastic cars in mind, but have trouble deciding which one to choose. Therefore, it is logical to make a direct confrontation between the two cars, so that consumers can know the difference between the two and, in the end, make a purchase decision.
Below are the relevant aspects of the cars, in which the two are similar or different, and we hope that they will provide the relevant information that a consumer may need to make the purchase:
This is the number one question almost every potential car buyer will ask, right away. People want their cars to feel nimble and fast; they don’t want to feel like they’re handling a big brick! When it comes to both the Civic and Cobalt, they handle about the same in and out of tight corners, and both have the same turning radius.
This is where the Chevy Cobalt has the advantage. The Cobalt has a much larger engine compared to the Civic. Its torque is about the same as its acceleration, so in this respect the Cobalt is much quicker than the Honda Civic. However, keep in mind that having a much smaller engine also means much better gas mileage, so keep that in mind when deciding which car to buy.
Both the Civic and the Cobalt have the same advantages in terms of seating capacity.
The front cabin of the Honda Civic has more headroom than the Chevrolet Cobalt, but honestly, it’s not much. The wider design and ergonomics of the Civic allow more room for passengers than the Cobalt.
And finally, the most important aspect of everything that you always have to take into account, the price. When buying a car from a car dealer, there is always a standard charge for transporting the car from its origin to the dealer. For both the Civic and the Cobalt, it costs about the same. Mileage-wise, the Honda Civic has better mileage compared to the Chevrolet Cobalt due to its smaller engine, but not by a huge margin. Regarding MSRP, the Civic costs more than the Cobalt.
1. The front cabin of the Honda Civics has more headroom than the Chevrolet Cobalt.
2. The Chevrolet Cobalt is much cheaper than a Honda Civic.
3. The Cobalt has a much larger engine compared to the Civic.