2019 Volkswagen Jetta vs. 2019 Honda Civic
Automotive customers have come to expect a lot from compact sedans, like the Volkswagen Jetta. When the all-new 2019 model arrives at the Spitzer VW showroom, the bar for expectation will be raised to new heights. Customers looking for something well-equipped, nimble and efficient will certainly need some information about the differences between the 2019 Volkswagen vs. 2019 Honda Civic. Everyone at Spitzer VW is very excited about the next-generation Jetta. However, it still has some tough competition to face in the industry segment – especially from the Honda Civic. Even though the new Jetta has some challenges to overcome, the 2019 model comes with a few surprises up its sleeve. Buyers can schedule a test drive today by calling, 440-703-6348.
Before the first Spitzer VW customer drives home in a 2019 Volkswagen Jetta, they should know that the automaker is going to be looking out for them. The 2019 Jetta will be covered by Volkswagen's People First Warranty. VW is offering six years or 72,000 miles of coverage for the most important components of the Jetta, including the engine and transmission. No other automaker can match the length of coverage, including Honda. Both the 2019 Jetta and 2019 Civic will offer infotainment systems that are compatible with Android- and Apple-based smartphones. However, the 2019 Jetta will also be able to make use of new features added to VW Car-Net application that will help owners keep track of their vehicle at all times as well as find off-street parking.
2019 VW Jetta
2019 Honda Civic
|Turbo., 2.0-L, 4-Cyl.||Engine||2.0-L, 4-Cyl.|
|Six-speed manual||Transmission||Six-speed manual|
|37.4 in.||Rear Legroom||37.4 in.|
Why should I pick the 2019 Jetta over the Civic?
Both the 2019 VW Jetta and 2019 Honda Civic are powered by four-cylinder engines that each produce similar outputs in terms of performance. Additionally, base versions of both popular compact sedans use a six-speed manual transmission. One area where the all-new Jetta is able to clearly offer more to its owners is in fuel economy. In a scenario where both vehicles are equipped with manual transmission, respective owners can expect to see up to 40 miles per gallon on the highway. However, in the city, the new Jetta can achieve up to 30 miles per gallon with the Civic topping out at 28 miles per gallon. This may not seem like much of a difference to worry about. But over the life cycle of a vehicle, it can account for a lot of savings or unnecessary extra cost.