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5 top worldwide compact cars releasing in 2019

Author at TechGenyz Automobile
Compact Cars

If you are thinking about buying a new car in the next few months you will have a difficult decision. The new cars that are releasing in the coming months are very interesting. These are the five compact ones that will be talked about the most in 2019.

Volkswagen Golf VIII

The eighth generation of the VW Golf, VW Golf VIII is expected to arrive at dealerships in June. That’s why we have many, but many headlines to go unveiling how the future Golf will be.

It will take another technological leap, which could be translated into fewer buttons, more screens. It is believed that behind the wheel, it will carry the Active Info 3D display, with a three-dimensional effect. It could have a monitoring system for eye tracking. There will be two menus, which will be exchanged as the driver looks to the right, or to the left. If everything goes according to plan, 2019 will also be the year the VW ID arrives on the market. which is postulated as the substitute for the current VW e-Golf.

Skoda Scala

Skoda presented the Scala in the last weeks of 2018 and it was quite an attraction. The new model will arrive at the market like one of the cars that will compete with cars like the VW Golf VIII. It measures 4.36 meters long, 1.79 wide and 1.47 high, while its competitor is at 2.65 meters. It, therefore, enjoys a more spacious interior to which we must also add a capable boot, thanks to its 467 liters capacity, which can be 1,410 if we lower the rear seats.

Also, it would stand out as far as technology is concerned, especially by the presence of a 9.2-inch screen on the dashboard that adds its good work to the Virtual Cockpit instrument panel.

Mazda 3

Mazda 3
Image: Mazda website

The Mazda 3 2019 will be one of the models that will go on sale in the spring. The 2019 Mazda 3 will arrive in Europe in March 2019, with two mechanical options. On the one hand, a 122 hp gasoline and on the other, a 116 hp diesel. Three months later it will be when this Mazda 3 with its self – ignition petrol engine SKYACTIV-X will make its debut. With a price that will start at 22,000 euros, although yes, with large standard equipment.

Seat Leon

Seat Léon will be the first car of the brand to assemble the new infotainment system of the brand, which will have a five-door body (the three-door version has been discarded) and a sportier alter ego that will wear the Cupra logo on Grill. The range of engines will probably include the 1.0 and 1.5-liter turbocharged gasoline units along with a 1.6-liter diesel, while it is not unreasonable to think that it inherits the 48V hybrid technology that will debut in the next-generation VW Golf, It would undoubtedly be one of the best selling 2019 compacts cars.

Toyota Corolla

The new 2019 Corolla will arrive not only renewing the model itself, but also the name (to replace the current Auris). It can be chosen in three and five-door versions, family and a fourth body that has been announced in recent days. As for the engines, if what Toyota announced at the Geneva Motor Show is met, the new Corolla 2019 will not have diesel engines, and its range will form a 1.2-cylinder 1.2-cylinder petrol and two hybrid options: one with a block 1.8 and 122 CV and another with a 2.0 and 180 HP of total power.