2015 Honda Civic Coupe vs 2015 Scion tC
2015 Honda Civic Coupe
2015 Scion tC
If you’re seeking a stylish coupe around Elgin or Schaumburg, all you need to do is come to Brilliance Honda in Crystal Lake for the 2015 Honda Civic coupe. Honda’s latest compact coupe is one of the most impressive cars we’ve ever seen, with one of the best fuel economies on the road alongside a suite of standard features that the competition is still trying to catch up with.
But there is still competition, and if you’ve been eyeing a vehicle like the 2015 Scion tC, we thought you could use to see the two side-by-side.
Honda’s Reputation for Efficiency
The Honda brand is one that’s known for its efficiency, especially when it comes to the Civic, and the 2015 model maintains that reputation. Each 2015 Honda Civic Coupe with CVT earns an EPA-estimated 39 highway mpg,* and while the 31 highway mpg of the Scion could certainly be worse, it’s already a far cry from what the Civic has to offer.
The Civic Features More Amenities
These days, drivers expect a lot more out of their vehicles, and in the case of the Civic, Honda certainly delivers. The entry-level Civic Coupe LX comes with some of the best amenities in its class, including perks like Bluetooth HandsFreeLink for phone and audio, a touchscreen infotainment system, a built-in rearview camera, Pandora internet radio, SMS texting capabilities, and more.
Scion does give drivers access to some comparable features on the tC, but you need to upgrade to get access to them. For an idea of what you can expect on the entry-level Scion tC, they don’t even include floor mats as standard equipment. To top it all off, the 2015 Civic Coupe LX is priced at just $18,290 (MSRP)** to the $20,360 of the Scion.
Test Drive a Civic Today
The 2015 Honda Civic Coupe is a stunning car, and the only way for you to really experience it is to get behind the wheel and see it firsthand. Contact Brilliance Honda in Crystal Lake today and let us schedule you some quality time in the driver’s seat. After a test drive, we think you’ll agree that it has no trouble leaving the Scion tC behind.