2017 Volkswagen Jetta Reviews, Pictures and Prices

2017 Volkswagen Jetta reviews

The 2017 Volkswagen Jetta is in many ways different and improved compared to its predecessor. Keeping up with modern trends, the old 2.0 engine has been replaced with a more economic 1.4 liter. Buyers won’t need to worry about power, as this new turbocharged engine produces 150 HP at 4000 RPM. The torque boost is even bigger, now reaching 184 lb. ft. There’s no diesel available this year, but this new straight 4 cylinder will travel between 29 and 39 miles for every gallon of gas you put in it.

A very popular feature of the the 2017 Volkswagen Jetta is the all new MIB2 infotainment system. which has a 6.3 inch display. It works exactly like your smartphone and can be very easily connected to Android devices, getting you on the internet in no time. The console will then use voice to guide you to your destination via Google Earth, find a relative who lives nearby. play your favorite music or even send text messages. The new model is also visually stunning, as it gets all new fog lights, grille and 18-inch wheels.

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Aerodynamics have been take into account with the introduction of a new bumper and dual exhaust on the rear. The disc brakes, independent suspension and steering wheel gear switch on last year’s model remain the same, mainly because they seem to be working just fine. The basic model also includes heated mirrors and some power accessories, while the optional SE model come with satellite guided radio, a start button, rear view camera or a clever accident avoiding technology system.

Another impressive aspect of the 2017 Volkswagen Jetta is the space it gives not only for passengers, but also for your luggage. It has one of the biggest trunks in its class, offering more than 15 cubic feet to store your cargo. The backseats are large and there’s also ample room for the legs. Even if a tall person is driving and the seat behind him is tilted forward, the back passenger’s knees will rarely touch the front seat. The seat count is 5, the same amount of gears offered by the manual transmission. Although you can get better quality materials on optional, more expensive models, the plastic feels rather cheap on the basic model.

The handling is not too bad nor very good, making the costumer feel like he’s getting what he payed for. The price for the basic model starts at around $16,000 and goes all the way up to around $32,000, so you’re likely to find the right balance between pricing and quality in that range.

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