What are the Top Sedans in San Antonio?

 

What better time to buy a new car than in the warm, sunny weather! Summer is about to arrive in San Antonio and we’ve got several great options for you to take your next road trip. Sedans are reliable, safe and stylish, and a great option for any stage in life. But what are the top sedans in San Antonio today? Fiesta Honda is here to help you figure that out with a car comparison!

 

2016 Honda Accord

  • Active Head Restraints
  • Optional Collision Mitigation Braking System that uses forward mounted sensors to warn the driver of a possible forward collision
  • Standard 550-amp battery
  • The Accord 4-cylinder automatic accelerates from zero to 60 mph in 7.7 seconds as tested in Consumer Reports
  • An engine control system can shut down half of the engine’s cylinders to improve fuel efficiency
  • Locking rear seatbacks
  • Heated front and rear seats are available (Accord Sedan and Touring)
  • Standard automatic temperature control maintains the temperature you set and controls fan speed and vents
  • Automobile Magazine’s ‘All Stars’ for two of the last three years
  • Overall “Good” rating in the IIHS crash safety test
  • 185 Horsepower in the Accord Sedan 2.4 DOHC 4 cyl. and 278 horsepower in the Accord Sedan EX-L V6/Touring 3.5 SOHC V6
  • Larger front rotors than the Fusion (12.3 vs. 11.8) for better stopping power
  • A Carbook “Best Bet”
  • Honda Accord outsold the Ford Fusion by 17% during the 2015 model year

 

2016 Ford Fusion

  • Standard 500-amp battery
  • Fusion turbo 4-cylinder accelerates from zero to 60 mph in 9.2 seconds
  • Automatic transmission offering only
  • Available heated front seats
  • Dual zone air conditioning for additional cost

 

Well, it’s clear to us which car takes the name of one of the top sedans in San Antonio! The 2016 Accord is practically unmatched in safety, awards, and overall power. Stop by Fiesta Honda for a test drive today!

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2016 Sentra vs. 2016 Honda Civic in San Antonio TX

It’s time for another Benson Honda car comparison! Our goal is to help you find a car that has everything you want and need (and possibly more)! This time around we’re comparing two sedans that you’ve seen on the road: the 2016 Sentra and the 2016 Honda Civic in San Antonio. One of these sedans is sure to surprise you!

 

2016 Honda Civic in San Antonio

  • The Civic has smart airbags so when a child is sitting in the passenger seat, the airbags will not deploy at full force and injure the child
  • Optional Collision Mitigation Braking
  • Optional Lane Departure Warning System
  • Blind spot mirrors with wide-angle convex
  • EX/EX-T/EX-L/Touring have standard HondaLink Assist with a GPS response system
  • 158 horsepower
  • Zero to 60 in 7.2 seconds
  • 41 MPG on the highway* with the 2.0 4-cylinder 6-speed automatic transmission
  • Cap-less fueling system which avoids evaporation that causes pollution
  • EPA certified as a “Partial Zero Emissions Vehicle”
  • Standard “hill holder feature”
  • Speed sensitive variable-assist power steering
  • 1 cubic feet of cargo space in the trunk
  • Remote vehicle starting system
  • Available heated rear seats
  • Standard automatic headlight on/off feature

 

2016 Nissan Sentra in San Antonio

  • 130 horsepower
  • 39 MPG on the highway
  • Automatic on/off headlights not available
  • Back-up camera not available
  • No roadside assistance available

 

Has your jaw dropped? The 2016 Honda Accord in San Antonio really steps up the sedan game with safety and technology features galore! Benson Honda invites you to get behind the wheel of the all-new Accord, stop in for a test drive today!

2016 Nissan Rogue vs. 2016 Honda CR-V in San Antonio TX

 

We’ve talked sedans and minivans in the last few comparisons, and now Benson Honda is moving on over to SUVs! SUVs are becoming one of the most reliable car out there, and not to mention their effort in becoming more fuel efficient is proving successful. If you’re looking for something safe, reliable and stylish, we’re here to uncover which one is for you! Today we’re comparing the 2016 Rogue and the 2016 Honda CR-V in San Antonio.

Starting with safety, one of these SUVs stands out and that would be the 2016 CR-V! The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) conducts several studies for safety, including a front crash prevention system test. The CR-V’s Collision Mitigation Braking System was rated “Superior” with 5-point score, while the Rogue scored only 1 point and rated as “Basic.” In the NHTSA 35 MPH crash test, the CR-V took away a 5-star overall rating while the Rouge fell short with only 4-stars. This shouldn’t come as a surprise considering the CR-V was a “Top Pick Plus” for safety in 2015, when the Rouge was only a standard “Top Pick” in 2015.

What’s the point of having an SUV if you can’t be the most powerful on the road? The CR-V’s 2.4 DOHC 4 cylinder engine cranks out 185 horsepower, and can go from zero to 60 MPH in just 8.5 seconds! The Rouge, you ask? With only 170 horsepower, it takes a minimum of 9.1 seconds to reach 60 MPH. The CR-V proves to be mightier.

If you have several passengers with you the majority of the time, or even if you just like having a little extra room in your vehicle, the CR-V beats out the Rogue on this aspect, too. The CR-V has more cargo area with the rear seats folded, and even has a switch to automatically lower the rear seats! No more pushing, pulling and breaking a sweat just to get that rear seat to lower. The Rouge only has manual seat lowering, so putting that seat up and down will constantly be a feat. It’s a win-win situation in the CR-V!

Is it as obvious to you as it is to us? The 2016 Honda CR-V in San Antonio blows the 2016 Rogue out of the water! With higher safety ratings, more power and roomier cargo and passenger space, the CR-V is the way to go. Head on over to Benson Honda for a test drive in this incredible SUV!

2016 Mazda3 vs. 2016 Honda Civic in San Antonio TX


Benson Honda is here with another 2016 Honda Civic comparison – and this time we’re comparing it with one of the hottest sedans on the market, the 2016 Mazda3. Although both vehicles have a lot to offer, only one will offer everything you need and more, and we’re here to find out what that is! With out further adieu, let’s compare the 2016 Mazda3 with the 2016 Honda Civic in San Antonio!

 

2016 Honda Civic

  • Standard driver and passenger airbags, front side-impact airbags, side-impact head airbags, front seatbelt pretensioners, front wheel drive, height adjustable shoulder belts and rear view camera
  • Honda is ranked 14th in the J.D. Power initial quality study
  • The Civic has smart airbags so when a child is sitting in the passenger seat, the airbags will not deploy at full force and injure the child
  • Optional Collision Mitigation Braking
  • Optional Lane Departure Warning System
  • Blind spot mirrors with wide-angle convex
  • EX/EX-T/EX-L/Touring have standard HondaLink Assist with a GPS response system
  • 158 horsepower
  • Zero to 60 in 7.2 seconds
  • 41 MPG on the highway* with the 2.0 4-cylinder 6-speed automatic transmission
  • Cap-less fueling system which avoids evaporation that causes pollution
  • EPA certified as a “Partial Zero Emissions Vehicle”
  • Standard “hill holder feature”
  • Speed sensitive variable-assist power steering
  • 1 cubic feet of cargo space in the trunk
  • Remote vehicle starting system
  • Available heated rear seats
  • Standard automatic headlight on/off feature

 

2016 Mazda3

  • Standard driver and passenger airbags, front side-impact airbags, side-impact head airbags, front seatbelt pretensioners, front wheel drive, height adjustable shoulder belts and rear view camera
  • Mazda is ranked 23rd in the J.D. Power initial quality study
  • 155 horsepower
  • Cap-less fueling system not available
  • 4 cubic feet of cargo space in the trunk
  • Available front heated seats
  • Automatic headlight on/off feature available for an additional cost

 

With smarter safety and technology features, more cargo space and overall better quality, the 2016 Honda Civic in San Antonio wins this Benson Honda car comparison. We invite you to take the all-new Civic for a test drive to see how great it is in person! Any of our associates will be happy you let you take it for a spin.

New Cars in San Antonio: 2016 Civic vs. 2016 Jetta

 

There’s nothing better that that clean, new car smell – are we right? If you been in the market to buy a brand new car, you’ve landed on the right page. Benson Honda is here to show you how out all of the new cars in San Antonio, the 2016 Civic is the one to buy! What makes it so great? We’ll break it up into 5 reasons for you.

 

  1. Better safety features than the 2016 Jetta.

With the 2016 Civic, you can drive knowing that you’re keeping yourself and your loved ones safe. The 2016 Civic has speed sensors AND seat sensors that will deploy the smart airbags with different levels of force depending on how fast you are going, and what size the person in the front seat is. Not to mention the optional lane departure warning system that alerts an inattentive driver that they are cruising into the wrong late.

  1. Made to be higher quality.

Honda has a name for quality, and it doesn’t stop with the 2016 Civic. Honda was named 14th in initial quality by J.D. Power while Volkswagen was way down the list at number 23. On a similar note, the 2015 survey of 3-year-old car owners, Honda was ranked 5thin reliability, and Volkswagen, again down the list, as 21st.

  1. Unbeatable fuel economy.

Volkswagen may have been called out recently about cheating on the American air pollution tests, but Honda is doing quite the opposite. The 2016 Civic gets 31 city/42 hwy MPG* on average. The Jetta? 28 city/39 hwy MPG* and on top of that requires premium fuel.

  1. Room for everyone.

Did you know the Civic is rated a Mid-size car by the EPA? The Jetta is only considered a Compact car because it is much smaller. In fact, you’ll notice that the Civic has 3.7 cubic feet more passenger room than the Jetta does. In addition to that, the Civic’s trunk lift-over height is 26.8 inches and the Jetta’s is 28.2. This makes loading items in the Civic much more accessible.

  1. Top-of-the-line technology.

The Civic, unlike the Jetta, offers a remote starting system, which allows you to start the vehicle from inside of the driver’s house so your car is nice and toasty by the time you enter. And speaking of toasty, the Civic and Jetta both offer front heated seats, but the Civic Touring makes heated seats available to those passengers in the rear seats! Heated rear seats are not even an option in the Jetta.

 

Do we have you convinced? When it comes to new cars in San Antonio, you’ll want to invest in the 2016 Honda Civic for several reasons. When you’re ready to seal the deal, stop by Benson Honda for a test drive! We’ll be happy to get you in the driver’s seat of this amazing car!

 

 

 

 

* Based on 2012-2016 EPA mileage estimates, reflecting new EPA fuel economy methods beginning with 2008 models. Use for comparison purposes only. Do not compare to models before 2008. Your actual mileage will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery-pack age/condition and other factors.

 

2016 Toyota Camry vs. 2016 Honda Accord in San Antonio TX

Are you in a standstill about what sedan you’re going to purchase next? 2016 is a model-year like never before, and it’s easy to get caught up in the hype! Benson Honda is here to start from the drawing board and compare two sedans that are turning heads in store and on the road. We’re talking about the 2016 Toyota Camry and the 2016 Honda Accord in San Antonio. Let’s see what each has to offer you and your family!

2016 Honda Accord Strengths

  • 1000 pounds of towing capacity (the Camry has no towing capacity)
  • Standard remote starting system for EX/EX-L/Touring so you can warm up your Accord from the comfort of your home
  • Memory seats so if you have 2 people driving the same Accord, you can adjust seats with touch of a button to fit your comfort
  • Speed-sensitive windshield wipers that speed up automatically as your vehicle speeds up
  • Windows can be adjusted from the key in the outside lock cylinder or keyless remote
  • Accord Sedan Touring has standard heated front and rear seats for those extra chilly days
  • Accord is available in coupe and sedan body styles
  • The plastic fuel tank (instead of metal, like the Camry’s) can withstand more intrusive impacts without leaking and decreases possibility of fire
  • The Accord’s engine produces 10 more horsepower than the Camry allowing it to accelerate more quickly
  • Available manual transmission for better acceleration, control and fuel efficiency
  • Consumer Reports recommends the Accord and the Car Book named it a “Best Bet”
  • Apple CarPlay for EX model and above
  • Bluetooth Streaming Audio
  • One-touch moonroof

 

2016 Toyota Camry Strengths

  • Sport mesh front grille for a bold design
  • Camry XLE has available LED headlights
  • Wireless phone charging
  • Available power tilt/slide moonroof
  • Ten standard airbags
  • Pre-collision alert system to warn you if another object is near
  • Recommended by Consumer Reports

 

From our expert sedan opinion, we’d choose the 2016 Honda Accord in San Antonio without hesitation. It has better features, is more reliable and a larger towing capacity than the 2016 Camry. Ready to take it for a test drive to see it’s full potential? We’re ready to see you in store at Benson Honda!

2016 Chrysler 200 vs. 2016 Honda Accord in San Antonio

Looking for a reliable, 4-door sedan? Your search stops here at Benson Honda as we serve as your personal, go-to, sedan expert. Sedans are one of our favorite vehicle models because of their durability, high safety ratings and fuel efficiency. We wouldn’t be a true expert if we didn’t have a favorite, right? We’re here today to find out which of these sedans is best for you and the whole family: the 2016 Chrysler 200 the 2016 Honda Accord in San Antonio.

 

2016 Honda Accord in San Antonio

  • 5-year corrosion warranty with no mileage limitations
  • D. Power and Associates rank Honda 14th in initial quality in the 2015 Initial Quality Study of New Cars
  • Accelerates from zero to 60 MPH in just 7.7 seconds
  • Better fuel efficiency than the 200 – 27 city/37 hwy MPG*
  • The Accord’s engine system can shut down half of the engine’s cylinders to improve fuel efficiency
  • 2 gallons of fuel capacity
  • Offers a manual transmission for more control and acceleration
  • Optional continuously variable transmission (CVT)
  • The Accord uses computer-generated active noise cancellation to remove unwanted noise and vibration from the passenger cabin
  • Standard fuel locking door
  • Standard speed-sensitive wipers
  • Consumer Reports rated the Accord’s headlight performance as “Good”
  • Standard dual zone air condition in every model
  • Accord was recognized and recommended by both Consumer Reports and Car Book “Best Bet”
  • The Accord was awarded 3 Kiplinger’s Awards

 

2016 Chrysler 200 in San Antonio

  • Corrosion warranty runs out after 100,000 miles
  • D. Power and Associates rank Chrysler 31st in initial quality in the 2015 Initial Quality Study of New Cars
  • Goes from zero to 60 in 9.8 seconds, much slower than the Accord
  • 23 city/36 hwy MPG*
  • 8 gallons of fuel capacity
  • Consumer Reports rated the 200’s headlight performance as “Poor to Fair”
  • Dual zone A/C available at an extra cost
  • The 200 was awarded 2 Kiplinger’s Awards, but not recognized by Consumer Reports or Car Book

 

That should sum up your hunt for a new sedan! The 2016 Honda Accord in San Antonio easily beats out the 2016 Chrysler 200. Want to get in the driver’s seat to see for yourself? Stop by Benson Honda today and we’ll be happy to let you take it for a spin!

 

 

*Based on 2012-2016 EPA mileage estimates, reflecting new EPA fuel economy methods beginning with 2008 models. Use for comparison purposes only. Do not compare to models before 2008. Your actual mileage will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery-pack age/condition and other factors.