2019 Volkswagen Golf vs 2019 Honda Fit

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Both the 2019 Volkswagen Golf and 2019 Honda Fit are both well-known hatchbacks recognized for their design and function. When looking into buying a vehicle, it is always good to see what features it has that sets itself apart from the competition. Continue reading to learn more about the differences between the 2019 Volkswagen Golf and 2019 Honda Fit.

The 2019 Volkswagen Golf makes sure there is never a dull moment while driving. A generous supply of up to 184 pound-feet of torque has been added with the available 8-speed automatic transmission. The manual transmission allows for more control with the Tiptronic mode and Sport mode to amplify the fun. Drivers can expect up to 37 highway and 29 city miles to the gallon.

2019 Volkswagen Golf


2019 Honda Fit

53.7 cubic feet Maximum Cargo Volume 52.7 cubic feet
184 pound-feet Standard Torque 113 pound-feet
147 horsepower Standard Horsepower 128 horsepower
Standard Cargo Area Tie-Downs Optional

Available technology features in the 2019 Volkswagen Golf

Always striving to put technology within reach, the 2019 Volkswagen Golf does not disappoint. Available to add is the eight-inch glass touchscreen display that has Bluetooth technology, an intuitive proximity sensor display and voice control. For more added convenience, the 2019 Volkswagen Golf has the keyless access with push-button start. This allows drivers to start the 2019 Volkswagen Golf without having to take the keys out of their purse or pocket. They also have the ability to lock and unlock without the keys being in their hands. To provide peace of mind, the 2019 Volkswagen Golf has a suite of driver assistance features as well.

Available color options to choose from:

  • Silk Blue Metallic 
  • Night Blue Metallic 
  • Deep Black Pearl 
  • Platinum Gray Metallic 
  • Pure White 
  • Tornado Red 
  • Tungsten Silver Metallic