Last post on Oct 03, 2007 at 11:27 AM
You are in the Honda Civic
What is this discussion about?
Honda Civic, Nissan Versa, Car Safety
#16 of 45 Re: Honda vs. Nissan [sandman46]
Mar 17, 2007 (6:57 pm)
money in the small/economy car...Honda rules! No more questions. ...unless you put passengers in the rear seat, want more cargo space and the versatility of a hatchback...if you value those, get a Versa (or a Fit).
Mar 18, 2007 (8:13 am)
I've put 2 of my kids in the back seat of my Civic and have no complaints yet. And they are 20something. I do agree on the versatility of the Versa and similar hatchbacks though. That's what makes these cars great for 1st time buyers like my kids will be soon. Small enough on the outside, but roomy enough inside. After having sat in both the Versa and the Fit, I liked the Fit the best overall, but the Versa felt a bit roomier inside. Maybe it's because the windows just seemed larger.
#18 of 45 Re: Rear Seat [sandman46]
Mar 18, 2007 (8:21 am)
There is no comparison between the rear seats of the Versa and Civic. The Versa has more stretch-out room than even some mid-sized cars like the Altima. The Civic has just enough for medium-sized adults (like me). If rear-seat leg room is an important criterion, the Versa has it hands-down over the Civic, and every other car in the class.
#19 of 45 Re: Rear Seat [sandman46]
Mar 18, 2007 (7:37 pm)
I had some co workers in my versa, both were 6'3+ and had no problems. You could never do that in a civic. The VErsa has more room thena Civic or Fit.
#20 of 45 Re: Rear Seat [flightnurse]
Mar 19, 2007 (9:00 pm)
I am 6'4", and picked up my father (6'3"), and his boss (6'5") from the Airport in his own car (2007 Civic EX) because my mother was using my Accord. We all fit fine after seats were adjusted. The only big issue was rear-seat headroom. Was room abundant? No, but it was plenty for the 40 minute ride.
I don't get to see the Civic anymore, or my folks for that matter... they moved 700 miles away!
#21 of 45 Re: Rear Seat [thegraduate]
Mar 20, 2007 (7:12 am)
Any car is doable for short trips, but the key statement in your posting was "after the seats were adjusted." to get my Co-workers in the versa I didn't have to adjust any seats for them to sit in the car.
#22 of 45 Re: Rear Seat [flightnurse]
Mar 20, 2007 (9:43 am)
I had some co workers in my versa, both were 6'3+ and had no problems. You could never do that in a civic.
That's what you originally said, and I said otherwise. I never said or implied that the Civic was bigger inside than the Versa, especially since I have spent VERY limited time inside of a Versa.
#23 of 45 Re: Rear Seat [thegraduate]
Mar 20, 2007 (2:56 pm)
If the backseat space is the issue, there is no contest here: the Versa wins hands-down. It's pretty much a gymnasium back there. The Civic is not bad - but the Versa is just enormous in the back.
In Japan, the JDM Tiida has the ability to slide the backseat forwards and backwards. In its rearmost position, it's practically a limousine.
#24 of 45 Re: Rear Seat [jacksan1]
Mar 20, 2007 (3:38 pm)
The front seat have more room then any car in its class too, yes I like that feature of sliding the rear seat wish it could be done on the US version.
#25 of 45 backseat space
Mar 22, 2007 (12:48 pm)
just because the versa has more room than the civic, hardly means that a six foot person can't fit in the back. Sorry but to say that is just silly; the civics back seat room is competative to say a mazda 3 and toyota corolla.
If you want to talk about a sport compact with no backseat room, creat a nissan versa vs. subaru impreza thread.