2017 Ford Focus vs. 2017 Honda Civic
In recent years, Ford and Honda have both offered drivers confident choices in the small sedan segment. This year, the 2017 Ford Focus and 2017 Honda Civic continue to duke it out. Before choosing your next compact sedan near Florence and Conway, check out this comparison guide to both of these models. If you decide, as many others have, that the Focus rises above the competition, then check it out for yourself at Beach Ford in Myrtle Beach, SC.
Standard Performance Capabilities
The standard engine on the 2017 Ford Focus is a 2.0L 4-cylinder that can push out a total of 160 hp and 146 lb-ft of torque. The 2017 Honda Civic also comes standard with a 2.0L 4-cylinder engine, but it generates less total output at 158 hp and 138 lb-ft of torque.
The Ford Focus and Honda Civic both come standard with a variety of in-demand features, including a central display screen, Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, a rearview camera display, a four-speaker sound system, and much more. Unlike the Honda Civic, though, the Ford Focus also comes with Ford MyKey, a high-tech feature to give parents peace of mind by letting you set speed, audio volume, and geographic limits for teen drivers and allows you to monitor the vehicle when it’s being driven by a valet.
Most compact sedan shoppers are looking to save some money. In this area, again, the 2017 Ford Focus beats out the competition:
- 2017 Ford Focus: MSRP from $16,775
- 2017 Honda Civic: MSRP from $18,740
Finance the New Ford Focus Sedan at Beach Ford in Myrtle Beach
Many drivers have turned to the 2017 Ford Focus already this year thanks to its well-rounded nature and surprising levels of sophistication. Come take a look at the current inventory of new Focus sedans in our lot and showroom right now, and choose the trim that best fits your budget and needs. After that, take the trip from Murrell’s Inlet of Florence to Beach Ford, located at 855 Jason Blvd. in Myrtle Beach, SC. Reach out to our staff with questions at (843) 839-8168.