2018 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack vs 2018 Honda HR-V
Many drivers in need of a spacious vehicle find themselves struggling to choose between the 2018 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack vs the 2018 Honda HR-V. Aside from both vehicles being available in three trim levels, there are plenty of differences that should be highlighted when discussing this wagon and SUV.
The 2018 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack is powered by a turbocharged, four-cylinder, 1.8-liter engine with 170 horsepower and 199 pound-feet of torque. The 2018 Honda HR-V features a 1.8-liter, four-cylinder engine with 141 horsepower and 127 pound-feet of torque. The 2018 Golf Alltrack comes standard with smartphone integration in the form of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support, while the 2018 HR-V does not support either service.
2018 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack
2018 Honda HR-V
|Standard||Apple CarPlay/Android Auto||Unavailable|
|6.5 in.||Standard Touchscreen Display||5 in.|
2018 VW Golf Alltrack Technology & Features
While both the 2018 Golf Alltrack and the 2018 HR-V come with a standard infotainment system, the 2018 Golf Alltrack’s display is larger. The standard touchscreen interface found in the 2018 Golf Alltrack is 6.5 inches large, while the 2018 HR-V’s is only five inches.
Several other features that come standard in the 2018 Golf Alltrack are either optional or unavailable for the 2018 HR-V. Every 2018 Golf Alltrack model comes with roof rails, while only the highest trim level of the 2018 HR-V includes them.
2018 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack features include: A post-collision safety system, an engine immobilizer, daytime running lights, rear door child safety locks, turn signal mirrors, child seat anchors, front and rear head airbags, dual front side-mounted airbags, passenger airbag occupant sensing deactivation, emergency braking assistance, stability control, tire pressure monitoring, traction control, dusk sensing headlamps, a remote anti-theft alarm system and auto delay-off headlamps