The 2013 Honda Civic SI Sedan vs. the 2013 Hyundai Genesis
Its affordable starting price and strong performance help to make the 2013 Honda Civic SI Sedan a popular pick for performance enthusiasts around Raynham and Easton, and continues to be a top pick in the tuning and modification community. The Civic SI also boasts Honda’s signature dedication to durability and fuel economy, making it a vehicle with a low cost to maintain that you’ll be able to keep for a long time to come.
Many drivers choose to go with the Civic SI over other pricier vehicles like the 2013 Hyundai Genesis. Let’s take a look at how these two vehicles compare.
Matching Performance With Value
The 2013 Honda Civic SI sedan’s base MSRP with manual transmission is $22, 715. In comparison, the Genesis starts at $32,200. That’s quite the difference. We bet you could think of a few things to spend that extra money on.
You’re going to keep saving too when it comes to fuel economy. The EPA estimates that the 2013 Honda Civic SI receives 22 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on the highway.* Taking a look at the Hyundai Genesis, it gets 18 mpg city and 28 mpg highway ratings.
There are also a few standard features on the Civic that do not come standard on the Genesis, despite its higher price tag. These include:
- A rearview camera
- A power moonroof
- A telescoping steering column
- A limited slip differential
- Stereo anti-theft
Visit us in Raynham for a Test Drive
Interested in learning more about the Civic SI? We encourage you to stop by our dealership in Raynham to learn more, as well as take it out for a spin. We’re located at 1580 New State Highway, in Raynham, just a short drive from Easton. If you have any questions, contact Silko Honda.
* 22 city/31 hwy mpg rating. Based on 2013 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle.