At first glance, you’re going to see a noticeable change in the redesigned 2020 Nissan Sentra. This is the first renovation since 2013, and you’re sure to be impressed. The black floating roof gives it a modern look with a sportier look than what you will find with the Honda Civic. However, both models are outfitted with LED headlights on higher trim levels to enhance the style and functionality of the sedans. Functional design is seen throughout these compact sedans with the Sentra offering a little more versatility with a 60/40 split bench seat in the rear as opposed to a full bench with the Honda to allow for extra configurations when you want to haul both cargo and passengers.
Drive further on fewer stops with both sedans. However, the 2020 Nissan Sentra comes out a little ahead with 33 MPG combined over 29 for the Civic with the inline-four engine. The Nissan comes with just a little more torque at 145 lb.-ft of torque over 138 lb.-ft. for the Honda on the four-cylinder engine.
Enjoy plenty of space in these compact sedans as you travel. While both provide enough room for the driver and front seat passenger, the 2020 Nissan Sentra has just a little more head room and legroom in the front seat. Rear seat passengers will appreciate the extra hip room that comes with the Sentra with six more inches over the Honda. Available quilted leather seats enhance the feeling of luxury in the Sentra, but the option isn’t included with the Civic. The redesigned Sentra is keeping up with modern technology by including USB ports on the base model, which isn’t available on the base Civic. Both models include Bluetooth compatibility, but only the Sentra has voice recognition as standard.
You want to feel safe out on the highways and both models come with multiple features for safety. The Sentra offers more standard systems, such as blind spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert, which are available as options on the higher trim levels for the Civic. Airbags provide protection in both sedans, but the Sentra comes with driver and front passenger knee protection airbags, which isn’t included on the base trim for the Civic. Both have remote keyless entry as standard, but parking assist is standard only on the Nissan
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