Difference Between Honda Civic and Porsche
In a world, where a car is a luxury and also a necessity, Civic and Porsche are the two cars that come in our mind when think of buying one.
Honda Civic was manufactured by Honda Motors Company Ltd., one of the top car manufacturers in the world. Civic was one of the top five cars sold in 2007, and is part of Honda’s global line-up of cars which also includes Fit, Accord, CR-V, Odyssey and Insight. According to the analysts the Civic is highly fuel-efficient and gives good mileage, and along with its reliable engine, it is so flexible that the Civic can be modified to make different Honda models. This affordable luxury mid size car comes with an option of two engines, the 1.8 liter, 16-valve SOHC I-VTEC 4-cylinder engine with 140 horsepower and the 2.0-liter, 16-valve SOHC I-VTEC 4-cylinder engine with 197 horsepower. As far as fuel tank capacity is concerned a Civic can hold up to 50 liters of fuel. In the department of traction control the Civic lacks behind the Porche as Civic has narrower tires so it means lesser grip on the road
Porsche is manufactured by the world’s leading racing car manufacturer, Porsche SE. Porsche is reputed to be some of the most luxurious and prestigious of the sports cars. 911, The Porsche Boxter, the Cayenne, and the Panamera are some of the other Porsche models. In the domain of the sports cars, he fans make Porsche their top choice as it is classy and combines thrill with comfort. Porsche comes with a monster of an engine with 3.6liters H6, 24 valves with 320 horsepower. The Porche can hold a whopping 67 liters of fuel in its tank. Due to its wider tires Porche is a better in the traction control department.