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2016 Chevy Cruze Limited vs. 2016 Honda Civic near Edmond, OK

And the Winner is... the 2016 Cruze Limited!

When on the hunt for a new compact sedan, it can be tough to find the right one for you, as there are so many choices on the market. Every manufacturer has one in their lineup, all promising to give you the best features. To make you more aware of your compact car options, and to ensure you make the best choice for you, we at David Stanley Chevrolet of Oklahoma City have put together a comparison between the 2016 Chevy Cruze Limited vs. the 2016 Honda Civic near Edmond, OK.

While almost all compact cars are going to give you excellent fuel efficiency, it’s also important to have an engine that pumps out some power. Although the 2016 Honda Civic beats the 2016 Chevy Cruze Limited in fuel efficiency, the Cruze Limited has a bigger gas tank – 15.6 gallons compared to the 12.4 gallon tank in the Civic. And although both engines are 4-cylinders with FWD, the engine in the Cruze Limited produces 148 lbs.-ft. of torque, while the Civic’s engine only generates 138 lbs.-ft. of torque.

Where most of the differences between the 2016 Chevy Cruze Limited vs. the 2016 Honda Civic near Edmond, OK, are is in the features they bring to the table. For starters, the Cruze Limited brings you top-of-the-line comfort with heated and cooled seats coming standard, an option not found in the Civic. For further comfort, the Cruze Limited has standard leather seats, while the Civic has cloth. And for convenience, a keyless ignition comes standard in the Cruze Limited, but not in the Civic.

The 2016 Cruze Limited also has OnStar®, which brings many exciting features to your drive, a system not found in the 2016 Civic. For starters, Chevrolet is the first and only car company to offer built-in 4G LTE Wi-Fi1 to their cars, trucks and crossovers. This means you won’t have to drive around trying to find a reliable single. Just turn your Cruze Limited on, and you’ll have a powerful connection to connect up to seven devices. When you drive the Civic, Wi-Fi isn’t offered.

Another excellent feature found in the Chevy Cruze Limited is the OnStar RemoteLink® mobile app2. This app allows you to start up your Cruze Limited from afar, check vehicle diagnostics, unlock your doors, activate your horn and headlights, and even contact roadside assistance. Such app isn’t available for the Civic. OnStar® also works overtime to ensure your safety. When you drive the Cruze Limited, you’ll have the OnStar Guidance® Plan2 standard for the first six months of driving. This includes peace of mind with Automatic Crash Response3, in addition to Roadside Assistance, Emergency Services, Stolen Vehicle Assistance, and so much more.

If you’re unsure of which compact car to make your own, consider our comparison of the 2016 Chevy Cruze vs. the 2016 Honda Civic near Edmond, OK. All it takes is one test drive of the 2016 Cruze Limited here at David Stanley Chevrolet of Oklahoma City to fall in love. Visit our new-vehicle showroom today!


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1 Devices must be WPA2-compliant with active OnStar service and data plan. Wi-Fi devices manufactured prior to 2006 may not be compatible. Please consult your device manufacturer for information regarding the WPA2 security protocol and Wi-Fi device compatibility.

2 Available on select Apple, Android and BlackBerry devices. Services vary by phone, vehicle and conditions. Requires iPhone, Android or select Blackberry platform and active OnStar subscription which is standard for six months.

3 Visit onstar.com for coverage map, details and system limitations. OnStar acts as a link to existing emergency service providers. Not all vehicles may transmit all crash data.

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