Compare 2021 Nissan Sentra vs 2021 Honda Civic

2021 Nissan Sentra vs 2021 Honda Civic
2021 Nissan Sentra 2021 Honda Civic
Infotainment Display
  7.0-in. touchscreen 5.0-in. display
Apple CarPlay & Android Auto
  Standard Available on other styles
Front Leg Room
  44.0 in. 42.3 in.
Parking Assistance
  Standard Not available
Blind-Spot Monitor
  Standard Available on other styles

2021 Nissan Sentra vs 2021 Honda Civic

Serving Farmington Hills, MI

The Nissan Sentra and the Honda Civic have comparable appeal on the surface, so selecting a compact car model to focus on for your next purchase can be rough initially. However, their many differences begin to emerge when you examine their base MSRPs. The 2021 Sentra has a more affordable base price. What other meaningful differences can you uncover when you compare the exciting possibilities?


The 2021 Sentra has smooth, contemporary styling with muscular swells over the wheels. The black top and the confident curve through the hood add a sporty element. Both the stretched foglamps and the angled headlamps point inward sharply to optimize the visual appeal of the V-Motion grille. The Honda Civic, on the other hand, has a relatively demure grille with a pair of black bars. These bars flow into the headlamps. The sides of the Civic’s hood have long swells. The combination of the Civic’s profile and personality lines creates the impression that the car is leaning forward.


The style of the Sentra’s interior is equally functional and aesthetically appealing. Premium materials are available at higher trim levels and in several colors. The dashboard has accent stitching that trends into the protruding center console, and a color display screen with easy-to-use rotary knobs. The Sentra’s many other features include round air vents with an auto climate control system, front and rear USB ports, a digital screen for the driver’s instruments, smart device app connections, and more. The 2021 Honda Civic shows off a segmented dashboard with air vents stacked on top of the embedded display screen. At the bottom of the center stack, an open-air storage space consumes a large portion of the space. A climate management system, a push-button ignition, and a sound system are among the Civic’s interior features.


Despite the fact that the Sentra has a more affordable price tag, the 2021 Sentra and the 2021 Civic have relatively comparable safety technologies. Most features are standard at all trim levels. Some of their shared safety features are a blind spot monitor, intelligent cruise control, auto emergency braking, a lane departure warning, and more. In both models, these are combined with airbags, a tire air pressure sensor, LATCH safety features, and numerous other features.

Our Suburban Nissan of Farmington Hills inventory holds many exciting options for you to check out in person today. Our passionate sales reps are ready to help you pick out your next car, so request assistance from our team by phone, in person or online.