Why Civic is the Most Fuel Efficient Sedan
Honda is renowned for its performance, design, reliability, and of course, fuel-efficiency, and the Honda Civic the shining example.
Whether it's a quick drive to the grocery store or a road trip across the province, you'll look forward to powering through it all with the Civic.
- 1.5-litre turbocharged direct-injected 4-cylinder engine available on every Civic model.
- 2.0-litre, 16-valve, DOHC, i-VTEC® engine standard on the Sedan and Coupe.
If you want to remain in full control of your drive, you'll love the standard 6-speed manual transmission on the Sedan (DX and LX), Hatchback and Coupe (LX and EX-T).
For something a little more laid back, the available continuously variable transmission (CVT) has you covered. The available steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters make driving the Civic Hatchback a truly hands-on experience whenever you're in the mood.
Plus, thanks to Eco Assist™ with ECON mode, the Honda Civic is designed to help keep you on the road longer, and save you from frequent trips to the gas station.
Compared to many small and midsize sedans including the 2021 Toyota Corolla, Mazda3, Elantra and Sentra, the Honda Civic is more fuel-efficient and is the clear choice for drivers who are looking to save money on gas!
Fuel Economy (L/100Km)
2021 Honda Civic - 7.8/6.2/7.1 (city/hwy/combined)
2021 Hyundai Elantra - 9.1/6.3/7.8 (city/hwy/combined)
2021 Mazda Mazda3 - 8.9/6.5/7.8 (city/hwy/combined)
2021 Toyota Corolla - 8.1/6.3/7.3 (city/hwy/combined)
2021 Nissan Sentra - 8.2/6.2/7.3 (city/hwy/combined)
2021 Kia Forte - 8.7/6.6/7.8 (city/hwy/combined)
2021 Volkswagen Passat - 9.8/6.6/8.3 (city/hwy/combined)
2021 Subaru Impreza - 8.3/6.4/7.5 (city/hwy/combined)