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Note:Volkswagen Jetta has been discontinued.Below details of Volkswagen Jetta are as of time of discontinuation.
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About Volkswagen Jetta


Volkswagen Jetta has 6 versions available in India from which 2 are petrol and 4 are diesel cars. Volkswagen Jetta comes in 6 colours, namely, Blue Silk, Deep Black, Platinum Grey, Pure White, Reflex Silver, Toffee Brown.

The Volkswagen Jetta is a sleeper – a car with great abilities hid under the undramatic fascia. Volkswagen has reworked the Jetta for the Indian auto market and has added a bit of drama –something that the Indian car buyer loves. The front fascia now features a Passat-like chrome front radiator grille, larger air intake and reworked bumper. The bi-xenon headlamps are also new, equipped with the company’s flagship Adaptive Front Lighting System (AFS). However, the technical configuration of the car remains same. Notably, the company has retained all its variants, including Trendline, Comfortline and Highline, in order to give several options to buyers.

In the present scenario, the new Volkswagen Jetta competes against the likes of Hyundai Elantra, Skoda Octavia, Chevrolet Cruze and the Toyota Corolla Altis in the Indian market.

The 1968 cc Diesel - powered variant delivers a fuel economy of 16 kmpl in city and 18 kmpl on highways, while the Petrol variant offers a mileage of 12 kmpl on urban roads and 14 kmpl and freeways, respectively.

The new Jetta features a new three-spoke steering wheel, adding to the sporty feel of the cockpit. The top variant (with automatic transmission) sports paddle shifters behind the steering wheel, offering additional convenience to the driver. One can now find high-gloss black accents, especially in the cockpit. There is a new touchscreen infotainment system, which features 6-CD changer and eight speakers. It must be noted that the German auto maker has also retained a number of comfort features from the erstwhile model like cooled glove box unit, dual zone 'Climatronic' automatic air conditioning unit, heat insulating glass in side & rear windows and electrically operated windows and outside mirrors.

As far as safety is concerned, all the trims of  the new Jetta have almost same features like hill hold control, electronic differential lock, six airbags and engine and transmission guard. Along with that there is an advanced Electronic Stability Control (ESC) function and Anti Slip Regulation (ASR), which helps the car stay stable in any road condition. Cruise control is also offered in the new Jetta as a standard feature across all the variants.

The Jetta has typical sedan lines with a defined hood, ten cabs and a distinct boot. Both front and rear profiles of the car have received customizations, which together offer it a unique look. The headlight cluster now has daytime running lamps integrated and the radiator grille gets three chrome horizontal slats. The profile is accentuated by its length and the new design of the alloy wheels. The boot remains almost the same but with a few nips and tucks.

Volkswagen Jetta is offered with an option of both petrol and diesel engines.  The petrol version comes equipped with a 1.4-litre TSI engine, which has a displacement of 1390 cc. Based on direct fuel injection system, this engine churns out a maximum power of 120bhp with a maximum torque of 200Nm. On the other hand, the diesel trim gets a 2.0-litre TDI engine, which has a displacement of 1968cc. Based on common rail direct injection technology, the maximum power produced by this engine measures at 138bhp. In order to transmit the torque output to its front wheels, the auto maker has equipped a six speed manual transmission system in the petrol version of Jetta, whereas the diesel trims are offered with an option of either six speed manual or DSG automatic gearbox.

Volkswagen Jetta Expert Review

Shiva Shankar
by Shiva Shankar

2011 Volkswagen New Jetta: First Drive Volkswagen had got the Jetta on Indian shores in 2009. The D segment where the Volkswagen’s Jetta has been pitched is already crowded with mighty players like Chevrolet’s Cruze, Skoda’s Laura and Toyota’s Altis among others. Recently launched, the New Volkswagen Jetta is an upgrade from the existing version and was speculated to be launched with a face change among other changes to be incorporated, which also included a higher performance engine. The first look of the New Volkswagen Jetta makes you realize that it has gone under the designer scissors very aggressively. Indeed, Jetta's body lines and overall design theme are .... Read More

Jetta User Reviews


By Amit Soti
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Maintenance 2000/ month
Mileage (city) 15 KMPL
Mileage (highway) 23 KMPL
Good :

car handling , engine , gearbox & dynamics, breaking overall well built

Bad :

AC needs a lot of improvement , rear seat ac is the worst ac vents , nobody is comfortable in the back seats. it has to improve a lot in ac and never forget the worst sevices.

service issue is the big issue when any part needs to re palace require 1 month time

Volkswagen Jetta Colours

Blue Silk
Deep Black
Pure White
Reflex Silver
Toffee Brown

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