For 2011, the VW Jetta has been completely redesigned. The new Jetta is 3 inches longer than the previous generation and has a wider track. The new Jetta parts ways with the sedan version of the VW Golf and no longer shares the same platform. The all-new 2011 Volkswagen Jetta now has taken a different route out of necessity to make the car more competitive with Japanese and Korean brand competitors. It now has… Read More.
The interior of the new Jetta has been given new materials by Volkswagen to reduce costs. But the changes are not all bad, all the stuff that was dropped, was replaced by materials of high quality. The Titan Black V-Tex leatherette seats in the Jetta SEL Sport look and feel very close to real leather. The overall feel of the new materials is still one of build quality with good fit and finish. Compared to the…Read More.
New Options and Features:
Volkswagen was able to trim costs in the new design and the base price for the 2011 Jetta S is just $15,995 MSRP. The Jetta SEL Sport trim comes nicely optioned with V-Tex leatherette upholstery, heated front seats, navigation with color touch screen, keyless remote with push button start, Bluetooth, Sirius radio, Media device interface with iPod, and heated exterior mirrors and heated…Read More.
The Jetta comes with several engine options for the 2011 model year. The base S model gets the older 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with 115 hp. The 2.0 liter engine has been around in the Jetta for a long time, since 1993 to be exact, and it accelerates from zero to 60 in 10 seconds with a manual gearbox, and 11 seconds with the six-speed automatic. Most Denver buyers will spend the extra $2200 and get the better…Read More
Volkswagens have a reputation for being fun to drive. So how does the new 2011 Jetta SEL Sport compare to past models? Handling, steering feel and response, and tire grip are all first rate on the Sport model. The six-speed automatic transmission has both sport and manual modes and is an excellent transmission. The Sport mode when used it in city driving, is sharp and effective. But in stop-and-go driving on I-25 in Denver…Read More
The all-new 2011 Volkswagen Jetta is a winner in a number of key areas. Mechanically the five-cylinder 2.5-liter engine is a proven powerplant and gets 24/31 mpg, using an optional versatile 6-speed automatic transmission with sport and manual modes. The interior has been given a completely new look with new materials, but is stylish, clean, and comfortable. And new for 2011, VW now offers a…Read More.