Short Video Compares 2018 Chevy Camaro vs Honda Civic Type R in 31 Seconds
"Let's take a second to compare the 2018 Chevy Camaro vs 2018 Honda Civic Type R," starts the script of this quick video, which is probably the shortest comparison video of two cars that I have seen before.
Bot the Camaro and the civic offer the same great warranty, reads the transcript of this video.
2018 Chevy Camaro comes with 3 year 36,000 mile basic and 5 year 60,000 mile powertrain warranty. It has a city MPG of 22 miles and highway mpg of 31 miles per gallon. Pricewise the 2018 Chevy Camaro's MSRP is $25,905 and the 0-60 is 5.2 sec.
2018 Honda Civic Type R's warranty is 3 year 36,000 mile basic and 5 year 60,000 mile powertrain. Its MPG is 22 miles per gallon in the city driving and 28 miles per gallon in highways. The MSRP price is $34,775 while 0-60 is 4.9 sec.
While these two cars offer the same great warranty, you will have better highway miles, similar acceleration and all of these for nearly 10,000 dollars less. "It just makes sense to choose Chevy," concludes the brief video comparison from Weber Chevrolet Family of Dealerships.
Here is the video comparison of 2018 Chevy Camaro vs Civic Type R from this dealership.
To conclude, here are two opinions provided by TorqueNews Honda and Chevy editors about these two cars.
"2018 Civic Type-R is a very low production volume offering. It epitomizes Honda’s racing spirit -- the car that Honda performance dreams are made of," writes Parks McCants in this story, titled 2018 Civic Type-R: Culminates Honda Performance Dreams.
"In short, the new Camaro ZL1 1LE should outperform the previous Camaro Z28 in pretty much every situation, but with today’s pricing news from General Motors, we learn that the new, better-performing muscle car costs less than the old track terror," writes Patrick Rall in this story titled 2018 Camaro ZL1 1LE Outperforms the Old Z28 and Costs Less.
But I have a question for our readers. How do you decide what type of car to buy when about to make a decision? Is it based merely on MPG, price and acceleration? What are some other considerations that come into play when decided which type of vehicle to buy? Please consider sharing your thoughts in the comments section for discussion.