Volkswagen GTI 2019


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Volkswagen GTI:

The GTI is a practical car with real performance credibility at a price that would make plenty of dynamically inferior cars blush. 
This year, that means another minor horsepower bump for every version along with a now standard limited-slip differential and stronger brakes. We’ve been smitten with the GTI for years, and with Volkswagen’s commitment to the continued refinement of this little hot hatch, we expect the bloom to stay on this rose for the foreseeable future. 
The GTI is one of our favorite cars to drive—we’d happily pilot one every day. It is nimble and responsive and feels flat around corners despite its tall frame. Most important, the GTI is well coordinated and predictable, responding just as you’d want to your steering and throttle inputs. All of that grip and handling prowess would be useless if paired with numb steering. Thankfully, Volkswagen has not surrendered us to that fate. The GTI reacts to steering inputs so quickly and accurately that you’ll think the car is a sentient being. Its brakes are firm and progressive on the road and strong on the track. 

Volkswagen interiors are simple and well-crafted as a rule, and the GTI’s is no exception. Although its main focus is driving, shoppers can still outfit their hot hatch with a few luxury features. Notable options include dual-zone automatic climate control and 12-way adjustable leather power seats, but the GTI is plenty comfortable in base guise. Four people can travel in reasonable comfort in any of them, but don’t expect vast amounts of spread-out room in the rear seats.

Every model in the GTI lineup is graced with a touchscreen that is simple to use but in our testing, it responded slowly to user inputs. The system uses a mix of touch and voice commands as well as several menu-based buttons and is about as easy to operate as the average smartphone. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard, too, and make for simple device integration.

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