Honda Civic vs Kia Forte

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Honda Civic vs. Kia Forte
Honda Civic
Kia Forte
At a Glance: Civic vs. Forte

Are you trying to decide whether the Honda Civic or the Kia Forte is the sedan you’d like to drive around Marlton, Mt Laurel, and Cherry Hill each day? To decide which one offers the best driving experience, you’ll want to see how they compare.

You can explore more about the 2022 Honda Civic vs. Kia Forte in this side-by-side comparison created by our team at Burns Honda!

HORSEPOWER

HORSEPOWER

158hp | 147hp
Civic vs Forte
PASSENGER VOLUME

PASSENGER VOLUME

99 cu. ft. | 96 cu. ft.
Civic vs Forte
PREMIUM SOUND SYSTEM

PREMIUM SOUND SYSTEM

12 speakers | 8 speakers
Civic vs Forte
Which is the Right Vehicle for You?
Select a category below to learn more about how the Honda Civic compares to the Kia Forte.
PERFORMANCE
Honda Civic

The 2022 Civic is set to provide an exceptional driving experience. It’s engineered for truly responsive handling and its sport-tuned suspension offers an engaging ride. The Forte, too, provides a nice ride with various athletic aspects to its design.

Which Car Is More Efficient?
Honda Civic
Kia Forte
Standard Engine 2.0L 4-cylinder 2.0L 4-cylinder
Horsepower 158hp 147hp
Torque 138 lb-ft 132 lb-ft

As you can see, the standard engine in the Civic offers a little extra power, which is helpful when you need to accelerate quickly. If you need even more oomph, both sedans are also available with an optional turbocharged engine. The turbocharged Honda Civic, however, more seamlessly blends power and efficiency.

The Civic EX boasts an EPA-estimated 33 city/42 highway MPG.1 Compare that to the similar Forte GT, which is only capable of an EPA-estimated 27 city/35 highway MPG.

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SAFETY
Honda Civic
Safety Features

Both cars come with various systems that help you enjoy more peace of mind as you drive. They feature a bevy of driver-assistance technologies you can count on to help keep you safe along your journey.

These include systems that can automatically apply the brakes to mitigate the chances of a collision and features that will make subtle steering adjustments to help make sure you stay within your lane. There are additional features that come standard in the 2022 Honda Civic, including:

  • Adaptive Cruise Control with Low-Speed Follow
  • Traffic Jam Assist
  • Traffic Sign Recognition System

The Forte is available with some of these features, but none of them come standard as they do with the 2022 Civic.

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INTERIOR
Honda Civic
Interior Features Offered

It’s also important to look at what these two cars offer in terms of cabin features. That’s where you’ll be spending a lot of time getting to and from work, to the store, and out to your favorite restaurants.

Luckily, with either model, you’ll have plenty of entertainment options, whether you want to stream a podcast or playlist right from your phone, tune into the game, or stay updated on the latest news with available SiriusXM®.

Both the Forte and the Civic have available navigation systems, which can help you avoid any delays with their real-time traffic updates. The 2022 Honda Civic also offers available tech, such as:

  • 10.2-inch Driver Information Interface screen
  • Wireless phone charger
  • 12-speaker Bose® Premium Sound System

The Kia Forte has an available wireless phone charger, too, but at most has only up to eight speakers available. Plus, the information display is only 4.2 inches.

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The Civic Comes Out on Top!
Honda Civic

With a closer look at the 2022 Honda Civic vs. Kia Forte, you can see how the Civic provides a more efficient commute, added safety features, and cabin technologies. This adds up to a more confident and fun overall driving experience out on the roads of Marlton, Mt Laurel, and Cherry Hill.

Come experience the ride inside the Honda Civic today at Burns Honda! Contact us now to schedule a test drive of the Civic.

All of the tools you need to move forward with experiencing a new 2022 Honda Civic for yourself are conveniently available right here online.

[1] 31 city/40 highway/35 combined mpg rating for LX. 30 city/37 highway/33 combined mpg rating for Sport. 33 city/42 highway/36 combined mpg rating for EX. 31 city/38 highway/34 combined mpg rating for Touring. Based on 2022 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.