Milwaukee VW Dealer to Welcome 2011 VW Jetta

Description: Hall Volkswagen in Brookfield has announced that the popular VW Jetta will be available to Milwaukee VW shoppers this fall.

The 2011 version of the classic Volkswagen Jetta has been amped up with fresher styling, larger dimensions, both exterior and interior, and a new 4-cylinder engine. The 2011 model is more than 3.5 inches longer than the prior generation Jetta, with 2.6 inches more rear legroom than the previous Jetta models.

The standard engine is a new gasoline powered 2.0-liter 4-cylinder. Also available is a 170-horsepower 2.5-liter 5-cylinder engine, which carries over from the previous-generation Jetta. All have standard manual transmissions, but automatic transmissions will be available on certain trim levels as well.

The GLI and TDI models will offer a 6-speed dual-clutch automated manual transmission that behaves much like an automatic. Available safety features on the new Jetta include ABS, traction control, antiskid system, curtain-side airbags, and front-side airbags. Heated seats, keyless entry/engine start, and a navigation system will also be available.

Favorable reviews for the next generation Jetta area already pouring in from reviewers.

“Unlike all previous versions of the compact sedan, Volkswagen didn’t just graft a trunk to the Golf hatchback to create the Jetta; instead the platform was stretched between the wheels to create a roomier package and more real estate for distinctive styling,” explains Autoblog.

The New York Times also notes that buyers will get a lot for their money, adding, “The $16,000 Jetta is not a bare-bones model, but will come equipped with features like power windows and locks, keyless entry, air-conditioning and a CD player.”


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