2018 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack vs. 2018 Honda HR-V
Since its inception, the Volkswagen Golf Alltrack has been a very intriguing member of the automaker's lineup available at Spitzer VW. The Golf Alltrack features the interior dimensions of a small crossover SUV combined with the nimble handling of a hatchback and a taller overall ride height to help it get a little dirty off the pavement. In order to illustrate the vehicle's strongest attributes, the product experts at Spitzer VW have done a head-to-head comparison of the 2018 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack vs. 2018 Honda HR-V. Even a high-altitude view of the two popular models quickly shows the advantages of the 2018 Golf Alltrack in performance and available cargo space. If you would like to learn more about the 2018 VW Golf Alltrack, contact the Spitzer Volkswagen showroom today by calling, 440-703-6348.
The chief difference between the 2018 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack and 2018 Honda HR-V is that the Volkswagen crossover SUV/wagon is really equipped to support owners who like to get out in the world. VW engineers have made its proprietary all-wheel-drive system standard equipment on all three available trim grades. Additionally, each 2018 Golf Alltrack is equipped with roof rails to make hauling bikes to the head of a trail even easier. The Golf Alltrack also offers heated front seats - standard on all trims. Buyers considering the 2018 Honda HR-V won't have heated seats available until its middle-of-the-road EX trim. Spitzer Volkswagen customers will be able to carry more cargo with them that can fit inside the competing Honda HR-V. When properly configured, the 2018 Golf Alltrack can have up to 66.5 cubic-feet of cargo volume available.
2018 Golf Alltrack
2018 Honda HR-V
|Turbo., 1.8-L, 4-Cyl.||Engine||1.8-L, 4-Cyl.|
|Six-speed automatic||Transmission||Six-speed manual|
|66.5 cu.-ft.||Max. Cargo Space||58.8 cu.-ft.|
Where the 2018 VW Golf Alltrack really moves ahead of the 2018 Honda HR-V is with performance. All three trim grades use the same engine option that can be paired with one of two available transmissions. Under the hood of the 2018 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack sits a turbocharged, 1.8-liter, four-cylinder engine making 170 horsepower and 199 pound-feet of torque when attached to the six-speed automatic transmission. Buyers opting for the six-speed manual gear-changer will get 184 pound-feet of torque. For the sake of comparison, the 2018 Honda HR-V also has just one engine option with a pair of transmission choices. The naturally aspirated 1.8-liter, four-cylinder engine of the HR-V makes just barely more than 140 horsepower. Buyers can choose between a six-speed manual or a continuously variable transmission.