The practical side of you can't help but pine for fuel-efficient compact sedans like the 2017 Nissan Sentra and Honda Civic - but the comfy seats and high-tech infotainment gear are what end up winning you over. Which of these compact models makes the best daily driver? Read our comparison guide to learn more.
2017 Nissan Sentra vs Honda Civic
Technology and Convenience
The Sentra's NissanConnect infotainment system is your ticket to staying connected on the go. Thanks to its straightforward menus, its touchscreen is easy to figure out - even if you're new to the whole in-car technology thing. Smartphone connectivity is seamless, so activities like streaming podcasts and making hands-free calls are no-brainers.
In the Civic, you'll find the HondaLink infotainment system. On the plus side, its Apple CarPlay and Android Auto technology displays your smartphone apps directly on the central touchscreen, so your phone won't distract you from traffic. However, HondaLink can be frustrating to deal with, because of its confusing menu structure and slow-to-respond touchscreen interface.
Learn More about the Nissan Sentra
Come to Swope Nissan to experience the 2017 Nissan Sentra for yourself. You'll immediately understand why it's our overall pick for interior comfort. It also feels smooth and composed on the road, adding to an already-enjoyable ride. Tech features, including capabilities like hands-free calling and music streaming, do an excellent job of keeping you connected. Then there's the Sentra's safety gear, which includes advanced driver aids to help you spot danger before it can become a costly issue.