|2001 Vw Jetta Owners Manual|
2001 Vw Jetta Review
Volkwagen made an effort to upgrade the "fit and finish" elements of its Jetta models for 2001 with a number of improvements. Interior fabric fabrics were upgraded, for instance, and the cupholders got an update so that you can make sure they are more durable (they tended to split easily in earlier models). Side-curtain head-protection airbags were offered as optional equipment, audio controls were added to the steering wheels of some models, and also the optional activities suspension had been tightened up.
Overall, the Jetta was for sale in a wide variety of trim packages for 2001, including all-new wagons, which came with either a 115-horsepower, 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine or a 174-horsepower, 2.8-liter V6. The V6 had been available in two wagon packages that are trim the GLS and the GLX. Air-con, anti-lock brakes, dual airbags, and power home locks had been among the standard features for all three wagon models. The GLX V6 added power windows and a sunroof, among other features.
The Jetta sedans were likewise available with a range engine choices, including the base 115-horsepower, 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine; a turbocharged 150-horsepower 1.8T four-cylinder; a 90-horsepower, 1.9-liter TDI diesel engine; and the V6.
The Volkswagen Jetta, and especially the models that are turbocharged continued to get high marks from the drivers, who liked the car's power, styling, quality, safety features, and handling. As always, however, some drivers noted that the car needed too many trips to the mechanic shop. There have been complaints about VW customer solution since well.