Are you a long-time Volkswagen lover? Have you seen the all-new 2019 Volkswagen Jetta? Well it’s a sight to behold and is certainly more than meets the eye. Of course it’s loaded with the latest tech and options that will only heighten your driving experience. With nine paint options to choose from and five trim packages available, you will be able to configure your Jetta just the way you need it. Like custom? How about a 10-color lighting interior system that will have your passengers asking for more rides. How could I forget about The People First Warranty? 6 years/72,000 miles bumper-to-bumper warranty should give you a peace of mind and is just another reason to trust the long-loved brand. I could tell you all the great features about the 2019 Volkswagen Jetta, but I think it would be better understood to come check one out in person because you may end up driving one home. I mean it can send alerts about rain in the area via VW Car-Net app if you left your sunroof open. Something I could probably get used to.
light up the way
At first glance the newly constructed body lines will draw you into the beautiful LED headlights. Behind the lense is an available projector LED headlight with complimenting LED daytime running lights that not only give the front end a high-class look, but gives way for greater visibility to other drivers. What would go good with LED headlights? LED tail lights? That’s right, the Jetta has long-lasting LED tail lights that will guarantee style and once again higher visibility to other drivers. You will be able to accent the paint with these LED features with color options like Silk Blue Metallic, Tornado Red, Habanero Orange Metallic, and a number of others.
Digital Is The New Age
Let’s move on to the interior. Step in, push the button to start, and the digital cockpit will appear. You will enjoy a high resolution display that will aid in monitoring a variety of the car’s features such as fuel economy, speed, elevation, travel times, in addition to other display items. The 8” touchscreen navigation goes well with the digital cockpit and you can access your favorite apps through Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. Do you utilize apps like Pandora, IHeartRadio, or Spotify? Well your in luck because the Jetta supports all three to make sure you stay connected and never run out of song selections.
Quick, Nimble, & Smart
You will notice the performance to be light and nimble with new additions over the previous year. Under the hood exists turbocharged performance that expels 147 horsepower and 184 lb-ft that will be sure to provide a fun driving experience while maintaining efficiency, which brings me to my next point. I think you will be more than pleased to know that the 1.4L Turbocharged engine gets an estimated 30city/40highway mpg. Of course we all can’t predict driving conditions so the safety cage with front and rear crumple zones keep the occupants much safer than previous years. In case of a crash, the Intelligent Crash Response System (ICRS) will be able to help you out in the event that you may not be able to help yourself. What I mean by this is that the ICRS has the ability to turn off the fuel pump, unlock doors, and initiate the hazards lights to make sure you and your passengers remain as safe as possible. Just one more thing. The Jetta is equipped with the automatic post-collision braking system. In case of a collision, the car will activate the brakes to make sure there is no additional contact.
Which Jetta is Best For You?
– Jetta S 1.4L Turbo from $18,545 – LED Headlights, 16” alloy wheels, VW Car-Net App-Connect
– Jetta SE 1.4L Turbo from $22,155 – Keyless access with push button start, panoramic sunroof, and blind spot monitor
– Jetta R-Line 1.4L Turbo from $22,995 – 17” R-Line alloy wheels, two-tone leatherette seating surfaces, fog lights
– Jetta SEL 1.4L Turbo from $24,415 – 10-color interior ambient lighting, BeatsAudio, VW Digital Cockpit
– Jetta SEL Premium 1.4L Turbo from $26,945 – 17” metallic alloy wheels with premium finish, 8” touchscreen navigation, leather seating surfaces