The new Jetta is an entirely new vehicle. The appearance of its fully galvanised body shows this most emphatically. The new Jetta impresses as an independent vehicle and makes great strides forward in both concept and styling. The new model is 4.64 metres long, 1.47 metres tall and 1.78 metres wide. This makes the Volkswagen 19 centimetres longer than the previous model. The inter play of its exterior dimensions generates a powerful ratio of proportions. In parallel, the new Volkswagen “Design DNA” sharpens its style. This has resulted in clear precise lines and athletically muscular surfaces, which give the sedan an elegant and dynamic style.

Just like its exterior styling, the high-quality impression made by the interior bridges the gap to the next highest class, significantly increasing the Jetta’s lead over its rivals. Inside, the new Jetta offers an unparalleled perfection in details and – as a common conceptual thread – self-explanatory controls.

Designers and engineers have also crafted the interior right down to the last detail; now, the five-seater’s quality and perfection in details clearly go beyond class boundaries. The extended wheelbase of the five-seat Jetta has enabled a rear seating layout that is appreciably more comfortable. Compared to the previous model, legroom has increased significantly.

German engineering and craftsmanship ref lect the highest level of quality and efficient technology and the new Jetta is a prime example of this. The new Jetta will be offered with the choice of TSI direct injection petrol and TDI turbo diesel power plants, all which are perfectly matched with either manual or Direct Shift Gearbox (DSG) transmissions.

As with every Volkswagen, the Jetta is offered with a comprehensive network of safety components. Electronic Stabilisation Program (ESP), Electronic Brake-pressure Distribution (EBD), Anti-Slip Regulation (ASR) and Electronic Differential Lock (EDL), six airbags, front safety optimised head restraints to reduce whiplash, height-adjustable head restraints for all three rear passengers comes as standard in the Jetta. Also standard, and for the first time in a Jetta, is the special Crash Impact Sound Sensor (CISS) system. This system detects crash intensity and ensures that the airbags deploy to their proper positions faster than ever.

The new Jetta addresses the automotive challenges of our time better than the vast majority of the competition − with a remarkably comfortable interior, a stylish and powerful design, and maximum efficiency.

Pricing

Models

Jetta 118TSI 6 Speed Manual $26,490

Jetta 118TSI 7 Speed DSG $28,990

Jetta 118TSI Comfortline 7 Speed DSG $32,490

Jetta 103TDI Comfortline 6 Speed DSG $34,990

Jetta 147TSI Highline 6 Speed DSG $37,990

 

Options

Metallic / Pearl Effect Paint $500

Electric Glass Sunroof – Comfortline & Highline $1,900

Satellite Navigation RNS510 – Comfortline $3,000

Satellite Navigation RNS510 – Highline $2,500

Vienna Leather Upholstery – $3,000

Comfortline (Std 147TSI Highline)

Vienna Leather Upholstery with Electric Driver’s Seat – $3,500

Comfortline

Electric Driver’s Seat – Highline $500

Sport Package – Comfortline $2,000

Sport Package – Highline $700

Anti-theft Alarm System – Comfortline & Highline $600

Prices quoted are Manufacturer List Prices excluding dealer delivery charges, which may vary from dealer to dealer and statutory charges, which vary from state to state.

 

2 Responses to “The New Generation Jetta Is Here: Larger And More Comfortable, Sustainable And Dynamic, And With A Bold New Styling”

  1. Where is the xenon lights? Thats a deal breaker for me!

    Whats included in the highline sports package?

  2. Its as bland as the new Passat… What a styling letdown. Though the interior looks gorgeous.

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