Not long ago, I took the 2019 Volkswagen Jetta for an early spin at VW's top secret Arizona test facility.
Most significant is the availability of Volkswagen's Digital Cockpit display, offering drivers a reconfigurable display of key data and the ability to position navigation data front and center for easy viewing.
The latest iteration of Volkswagen's bestselling USA model features a design that's only slightly more aggressive than that of its predecessor, with an angular front grille that supports Audi-esque headlights and a short front overhang that makes for a smart look.
Deliveries rose 4.2 percent in 2017 to 6.23 million Volkswagen (VW) brand cars, the automaker said on Sunday at the Detroit auto show, helped by an expanding line-up of sport-utility vehicles including the all-new Atlas and Teramont models.
Also standard with the automatic is a stop/start system, which VW says contributes to fuel economy. Outside, the 2019 Jetta features a more sculpted exterior, while a larger front grille and sharper lines give it a bolder look.
Initially, all Jettas will be powered by a 1.4-liter, four-cylinder gas engine with the signature tag of TSI (Turbo Stratified Injection). Our Jetta is a unique design different from the.
"Automatic transmission models come standard with a Start/Stop system created to improve fuel efficiency". There are other upscale interior bits, too, like optional heated and cooled seats and 10-color customizable wraparound lighting. Arriving at US showrooms in the second quarter, the new Jetta will be available in S, SE, SEL and SEL Premium trim levels. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard.
Here's a sneak peek at the new 2019 VW Jetta, a huge unveil for the company as it's their best selling vehicle in the U.S. They include a standard rearview camera and optional forward collision alert, emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring and adaptive cruise control.
Although the emissions test-cheating scandal of September 2015 has cost the German group billions of euros in fines and penalties, it does not seem to have caused major damage to the carmaker's popularity with consumers. "We made a decision to take that money and invest it right into the future mobility with (electric) cars".
Asked if VW would consider bringing back a diesel if enough Jetta fans begged for it, CEO of VW's North American Region, sounds doubtful.