|2015 Vw Jetta Owners Manual|
The Volkswagen Jetta got its final redesign back in 2011, plus it got a less-than-stellar response from experts. It ended up being deemed bland, unexciting and also boring, but which hasn't stopped the Jetta from being the brand's best-selling car in the U.S. This year, the Jetta gets a few small modifications to its looks but retains its sedate sedan styling. Then the Jetta hits the mark if simplicity is what you seek.
The Jetta is an attractive car, but you won't turn any minds as you drive it in the future. There is nothing wrong with how it looks, but there clearly wasn't anything that draws attention either. Volkswagen did tweak the front and back for 2015, feeling it required a something that is little stay relevant to buyers. At the start, there's a taller three-bar grille that moves down into the bumper, which holds newly shaped fog lights. Check out the back, and there's a reshaped trunk lid with a new rear spoiler that is integrated. These changes give the car a little more presence and improve its aerodynamics also.
The 2015 Jetta comes with the new available safety that is radar-based for 2015 that include a blind-spot monitor, rear traffic alert, forward-collision warning and park-distance control. Bi-xenon lights that can steer through turns are available.
The Volkswagen Jetta boasts 13 equipment that is different in your choice of the S, SE or SEL trims too as a Hybrid, TDI diesel, and sporty GLI. The base Jetta S can be obtained as a manual or automatic with a 2.0-liter gasoline engine and includes 15-inch wheels, energy heated outside mirrors, a multifunction tyre, cruise control and power locks with keyless entry. Add within the tech package for a camera that is the rear-view push-button start and a touchscreen with satellite radio.