Compare 2019 Nissan Versa vs 2019 Honda Civic

2019 Nissan Versa vs 2019 Honda Civic
2019 Nissan Versa 2019 Honda Civic
City MPG
  27 * 25
Front Head Room
  39.8 in. 39.3 in.
Front Leg Room
  185/65R15 215/55R16

2019 Nissan Versa vs 2019 Honda Civic

Serving Troy, MI

The 2019 Versa and the Honda Civic are mid-sized sedan cars that offer almost similar features to buyers. Both the 2019 Nissan Versa and the 2019 Honda Civic, for instance, have the same basic warranty, something that makes them enticing to the modern drivers. Although each of the two sedans has a lot to offer, the 2019 Nissan Versa comes fitted with some features that make it better as compared to the 2019 Honda Civic.


Buyers of the 2019 Versa and the 2019 Civic get to enjoy advanced safety features with the two cars receiving almost similar safety ratings from the IIHS and the NHTSA. The Versa, however, has a slightly better score as compared to the Civic in terms of the side impact tests by NHTSA. Some of the standard safety features offered by both models include driver and passenger front-side impact airbags, front seat belt pretensioners, plastic fuel tanks, traction control, rear-view cameras, and a four-wheel anti-lock braking system. Although the 2019 Nissan Versa and the 2019 Honda Civic come fitted with the safety features expected of many mid-sized sedan cars, the Versa has a slight edge over the Civic. For instance, Nissan has ensured that the 2019 Versa comes fitted with the standard whiplash protection that offers protection to the driver and the front passenger. The whiplash protection technology is designed to re-position the headrests forward to prevent the driver and the front passenger from experiencing spine and neck injuries. Buyers of the 2019 Honda Civic do not have access to the whiplash protection technology.


Both the 2019 Nissan Versa and the 2019 Honda Civic offer significant utility although a closer look shows that the new Versa has a slight edge over the Civic model. The Nissan Versa can accommodate more cargo as compared to the Civic if the rear seats are folded because its split makes it possible for a passenger to share the space with cargo. The Honda Civic, on the other hand, has a single piece folding that makes it hard for the passenger to share the space. You will find it impossible to fit in long cargo in your Honda Civic and a passenger while it is quite easy to do so when driving a Nissan Versa.

Comfort and Convenience

Although the 2019 Nissan Versa and the 2019 Honda Civic will offer you almost similar comfort features, the Versa comes with aspects that make it enticing to more buyers. This is because the Nissan Versa will offer better back legroom of 38.3 inches as compared to the Civic that has 37.4 inches. If you are a tall driver looking to enjoy better comfort, the Nissan Versa could serve better because it offers you more front headroom and legroom as compared to what the Honda Civic offers. The two models have almost the same turning radius and similar maneuverability although the Nissan Versa measures a few inches shorter in length and width, thus making it easy to negotiate tight corners and easy to park.

At Suburban Nissan of Troy, we offer clients the opportunity to book a test drive for the new Nissan Versa and provide answers to all the questions that they might have regarding the model. To book a test drive, visit our website and contact our customer care agents through the contact details displayed on the website. Our services are also available on a 24/7 basis.

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