When you are ready to look for your next new car, you have a lot of different options to choose from. You will need to consider the amount of space you have, the type of vehicle you want, and even the price. At Hartland Automotive Sales, we have the best vehicles around, ensuring that you can drive off with the nice new car of your dreams. If you have been considering a Honda Civic but you are struggling to find the right one, you may want to consider working with a Chevy Cruze as well. Let’s compare these two vehicles to see why both can be awesome options for your family.

Interior Features

If you want a vehicle with a lot of cargo space, then the Chevy Cruze is the best option. You can fold down the back seats when they are not in use and get 47.2 cubic feet of space while the Honda Civic will only give 46.2 cubic feet. Both cars also have heated seats and 8-qay power driver’s seat, but the cost is lower in the Chevy Cruze.


The Chevy Cruze has their Infotainment 3 system that includes a 7-inch color screen compared to the Honda Civic that has a 5-inch color screen. The Cruze also comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto without having to pay extra. It also comes with a standard Wi-Fi hotspot capability for when you are traveling around.


At the entry-level, both have engines that are similar. There is a little bit more torque in the Cruze, but the Civic has more horsepower behind it. The Cruze also has a turbo-diesel engine that will give you some more fuel efficiency than you are able to find with other options. The Cruze has 45 mile per gallon capabilities, though the Honda Civic is still impressive with 40 miles per gallon.


Safety is important for most families who are trying to pick the right vehicle for their needs. Both of these vehicles include a lot of the safety features that you need including a tire pressure monitoring system, rear-vision camera, advanced airbags and more. The Cruze takes it a little further, providing options like Teen Driver technology that allow you to have customizable settings, which you can pair to the key fob, allowing you to control which features your teen can use when they drive. You can also receive an in-person report card so you know exactly what your teen will need to work on.

The Cruze also has the Buckle to Drive feature which means that the car will not let you shift out of park if the seat belt on the driver’s side is not buckled up well. This helps keep everyone safe in the car.

When you are ready to pick out a new car, whether it is a Honda Civic or a Chevy Cruze, you are equipped with the right knowledge to get the perfect car for your needs. 

Contact us at Hartland Automotive Sales to drive off with your dream car.