The 2019 Jetta highlights a quite more butch nose, with hood strakes apparently cribbed from corporate cousin Audi’s A5. The grille has been pulled taffy tight to meet the headlights, giving kind of a bull-nose aura that we’ve not already found in a Jetta.
The hexagonal grille is special to VW and is a much-needed reprieve from the exhausting rectangle of the active model. The headlights get exceptional remodel in both fundamental reflector LED style and projector LED style.
The Jetta offers a coordinated suspension and a scope of powertrains at a sensible cost, in addition to space for three grown-ups toward the rear.
Inside, the design highlights various new texture hues for the seats and entryway boards and in addition a more forceful join design and discretionary 10-shading, adjustable wraparound encompassing lighting.
Every Jetta offers standard Driver Personalization with up to four driver settings. Dependent on trim, customizable features include driver seat memory, drive mode selection, driver assistance system preferences, climate control, Volkswagen Digital Cockpit arrangement and more.
Available safety systems include forward-collision warning and automated emergency braking, a blind-spot monitor with rear cross-traffic alert, adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go functionality, automatic high-beams, and lane-departure warning with the lane-keeping assist.
The new Jetta will keep on being fueled by Volkswagen’s 1.4-liter turbocharged and direct-infusion TSI® motor, making 147 strength and 184 pound-feet of torque. The power is taken to the front wheels by means of standard six-speed manual transmission.
Covering a valuing spread that will begin at $19,395 and only south of $30K when completely kitted, the 2019 Jetta will be accessible in S, SE, SEL, SEL Premium, and R-Line trims. The all-new 2019 Jetta is available in spring 2018.