Kutscha is right from what I have read to date. The track of the early Spitfire was narrower than the Bf 109E. However, In my opinion, the Spitfire's much more docile handling qualities made that fact irrelevant.
In my opinion of the two, I believe from their conception to their retirement the Spitfire was always the more pilots airplane. A complete delight to fly with very few vices. However from time to time the Bf 109 was the better combat fighter aircraft. Fuel injection of the Daimler Benz in 1939/1940 put the 109 in the No.1 position, even if it was by a very slim margin.
With the introduction of the Bf 109F-4 the Messer once again took the limelight. I would have to do an in depth study to determine all the times that the 109 came out on top. But even so, it would have been briefly at times. Even when comparing the K-4 to the Spitfire 14, there is certain altitudes that Willy's aircraft with the right engine came out on top.
The Spitfire XIV was an amazing aircraft for its time, PERIOD!
OK, after saying all that, I need to say all this...
I purchased a 2005 Mini cooper S convertible very recently. I guess that could be considered the present day grounded Fw190. I absolutely love it. I also loved the two British Leyland Spitfires I drove in the 1970s. I would consider the Spitfires more maneuverable...but that would be about it........
Any questions?, Jeff