Auto review: A change in personality for the 2019 Volkswagen Jetta

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2019 Volkswagen Jetta SEL Premium – The Baby Audi Returns

Finally making the switch to the MQB platform, the latest Jetta takes everything we love about the current Golf and add features and tech that will really appeal to the American consumer. A large back seat, standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and a plethora of driving assistance tech make the 2019 model even more appealing. The only 8-speed transmission in the segment also make the Jetta one of the most fuel efficient and quick accelerating offerings, when this new model goes on sale next month, we have little doubt it will continue to be one of the best-selling models in the VW lineup.

2019 Volkswagen Jetta R-Line Quick Look

2019 Volkswagen Jetta R-Line Quick Look Volkswagen introduced the 2019 Jetta to media in Durham, NC. 04/9/18 2019 VW Jetta R-Line 1.4L Engine TSI 8 Speed Automatic transmission Exterior Color: Tornado Red Interior Color: Titan black/Storm Grey Leatherette MSRP: $22.995.00 Sponsored by Detailed video walkarounds and walkthroughs of most sought after new cars, trucks, SUV's, crossovers, Vans, Minivans w/ detailed walkarounds of special models. ___ #AutoNetwork _ Subscribe to our channel now for more videos. ___ G+ Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

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All-new 2019 VW Jetta review--MORE CAR FOR LE$$

All-new 2019 VW Jetta review--MORE CAR FOR LE$$ Subscribe HERE For More News: Read Original Source Here: The 2019 Volkswagen Jetta is a crucial new model for VW, as it works to claw its way back from the pit of the “Dieselgate” emissions scandal. While the Golf hatchback is Volkswagen’s worldwide sales leader, U.S. buyers have always preferred the Jetta sedan. If Americans still like the new Jetta, it will go a long way toward rebuilding VW’s reputation. But first the Jetta has to take on a well-established group of rival compact cars, such as the Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla. The 2019 Jetta was completely redesigned from the ground up. It now rides on VW’s ubiquitous MQB platform, which serves as the foundation for numerous other models, including the Golf hatchback, Atlas SUV, and the Audi A3 luxury compact. We were impressed by all of those vehicles, and were eager to see if MQB could work the same magic on the Jetta. When the 2019 Jetta hits showrooms in a few weeks, VW will offer five trim levels: S, SE, R-Line, SEL, and SEL Premium. The base Jetta S starts at $18,545, but we sampled a full-loaded, $26,945 SEL Premium model, which includes the full array of available tech features. Interior and tech The interior might be this car’s strongest asset. Volkswagen is known for using higher quality interior materials than some of its competitors, and the 2019 Jetta lives up to that reputation. However, only top-of-the-line SEL Premium models get real leather upholstery. The use of sharp angles on everything from the cup holders to the trim pieces surrounding the gauge cluster and central screen also give the interior an interesting and novel look. The optional 10-color ambient mood lighting makes you feel like you’re on the set of a Fast & Furious movie. The Jetta comes standard with a 6.5-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, and conventional analog gauges, but our SEL Premium model sported the optional 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system (which includes navigation) and Volkswagen Digital Cockpit. The latter replaces the conventional gauges with a 10.25-inch reconfigurable screen. It’s basically a down-market version of VW sibling Audi’s Virtual Cockpit. The optional 10-color ambient mood lighting makes you feel like you’re on the set of a Fast & Furious movie. Graphics for both the central touchscreen and Digital Cockpit displays are crisp and easy to read, albeit somewhat plain in design. That’s to be expected, though, because if VW made its version too elaborate, there would be no need to trade up to Audi’s Virtual Cockpit system. For $18 a month, owners can also subscribe to VW’s Car-Net connected services, including remote vehicle locking and unlocking, remote diagnostics, stolen vehicle locator, first-responder notifications, and speed and geofencing alerts for teen drivers. The 2019 Jetta is the first VW model sold in the U.S. to get a BeatsAudio sound system. The system — available on SEL and SEL Premium models — features a 12-channel, 400-watt amplifier and nine speakers, and uses them to produce nice, high-quality sound. The new Jetta is longer, wider, and taller predecessor, with a wheelbase stretched by 1.3 inches to 105.7 inches. It sports 94.7 cubic feet of total passenger volume, which is less than sedan versions of the Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla, and Hyundai Elantra. The VW’s 14.1 cubic feet of trunk space is about average for this class, and a standard 60/40 split-folding rear seat allows for the accommodation of longer items. But if cargo space is really a priority, you should take a look at the Jetta’s Golf hatchback sibling.

All New Volkswagen Jetta SEL Premium 2019

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