2022 Honda Civic vs. 2022 Mazda3

2022 Honda Civic LX

2022 Mazda3 GS
 $24,465 MSRP $27,200
2.0 Engine litres (L) 2.5
I-4 Cylinder configuration I-4
158 Horsepower (hp) 186
138 Torque (lb.-ft.) 186
 7.7 Fuel economy - city (L/100 km / mpg) 9.5
6 Fuel economy - highway (L/100 km / mpg) 7.2
 6.9 Fuel economy - combined (L/100 km / mpg) 8.5
4,673 Exterior length (mm) 4,662
 1,801 Exterior body width (mm) 1,797
1,415 Exterior body height (mm) 1,445
2,735 Wheelbase (mm) 2,726
1,546 Front track (mm) 1,547
 1,575 Rear track (mm) 1,580
 419 Interior cargo volume (L) 374
419 Maximum interior cargo volume (L) 374
1,074 Front legroom (mm) 1,075
950 Rear legroom (mm) 891
998 Front headroom (mm) 947
942 Rear headroom (mm) 947
1,380 Front hiproom (mm) 1,387
1,243 Rear hiproom (mm) 1,292
 1,447 Front shoulder room (mm) 1,414

2022 Honda Civic vs. 2022 Mazda3

Shopping for a sedan can be daunting since there is an abundance of options to choose from, but at Alberta Honda, we have the 2022 Honda Civic, a sedan that leads its segment in various ways. Visit us today to build and price your 2022 Civic, and let us help you compare other models to this fantastic Honda sedan. We are confident that you will enjoy the Civic's benefits over the competition, and we recommend booking a test drive to experience its thrilling driving characteristics.

Technology Features Comparison

Staying connected while on the go is a breeze with the 2022 Civic, as it comes with many technology offerings to improve connectivity and practicality. Some of the standard options to expect from the Civic include an eight-speaker audio system, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Bluetooth streaming audio, 7-inch touchscreen, Siri Eyes Free compatibility, 7-inch Driver Information Interface display, and Maintenance Minder System. Technology gets even more appealing with the Civic's higher trims, featuring wireless charging, HomeLink remote system, auto-dimming rearview mirror, 10.2-inch full digital driver meter display, BOSE premium audio system with 12-speakers, 9-inch touchscreen, and Wi-Fi tethering.

Interior & Exterior Styling Comparison

The Honda Civic has been an iconic sedan model for years now, and its exterior styling is always changing to be bolder and sharper. For 2022, the redesign brought the Civic a fresh new design that makes the exterior sporty and elegant to stand out from other sedans. Honeycomb vents run across the dashboard inside the Civic's cabin, and a centred touchscreen symmetrically cuts the interior.

For styling, the Mazda3 has a curvy build with a large grille that modernizes its appearance, but to get the accents that differentiate the Mazda3 from other sedans, you will want to opt for the top GT trim. As for its interior styling, the Mazda3 has a minimalistic approach for the cabin with a display embedded deep into the dashboard since it has a control knob instead of touchscreen capability.

On the other hand, the Mazda3 comes standard with an 8.8-inch display with Mazda Connect, Mazda Connected Services, Bluetooth with audio profile, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, eight-speaker audio system, push-button start, and a 7-inch meter set LCD. Although the standard technology features of the Mazda3 are great, higher trims struggle to add worthy enhancements. The most notable upgrades from the standard features are a navigation system, optional BOSE 12-speaker premium audio system, SiriusXM, auto-dimming rearview mirror, and HomeLink wireless control system.

Safety Features Comparison

Honda is known for safety, and the Civic model gets loaded with many safety and driver-assistance features to provide confidence on the road and peace of mind during road trips. Some of the notable standard safety offerings of the Civic are Traffic Jam Assist, Lane Keeping Assist System, Blind Spot Information System, Adaptive Cruise Control, Traffic Sign Recognition, Road Departure Mitigation System, Lane Departure Warning System, Collision Mitigation Braking System, and Forward Collision Warning System. The higher trims get even more features on top of the advanced standard offerings, such as HondaLink Assist Automatic Emergency Response System, Low-speed Braking Control, and Rear Cross Traffic Monitor System.

As for the Mazda3, its standard safety features consist of a Rearview Camera, Advanced Blind Spot Monitoring System, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, and Hill Launch Assist. To gain similar advanced safety features to the Civic, you will need to opt for higher trim levels of the Mazda3. Those higher trims have Mazda Radar Cruise Control, Distance and Speed Alert, 360-Degree View Monitor, Forward Pedestrian Detection, Distance Recognition Support System, Forward Obstruction Warning, Lane-keep Assist System, Lane Departure Warning System, and Traffic Jam Assist.

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