No, we’re not kidding, and no, we’re not imagining things, too. The Volkswagen Jetta has been given a revamp, with substantially more features, and for less money than what the Jetta used to cost.
The 2017 Volkswagen Jetta receives a host of new features, addressing previous complaints that the Jetta was priced too high, and had too few features compared to the Asian and American competition. This new Jetta addresses that in four variants (ranked highest to lowest) called Business Edition+, Business Edition, Highline, and Comfortline. All variants are generously equipped with electronic stability control, 6 airbags, leather seats, sunroof, 5.8 inch Composition infotainment system, and a smart entry system with push button start.
Highline, Business Edition, and Business Edition+ are also generously equipped with dual zone climate control, electrically adjustable driver’s seat with lumbar adjustment, rain sensing wipers, and an 8-speaker Fender audio system.Business Edition variants are equipped with Adaptive Bi-Xenon headlights with LED daytime running lights, while the Business Edition+ ups the ante with Adaptive Cruise Control, Forward Collision Warning, and Blind Spot Warning.
All variants are powered by a 2.0-liter TDI that generates 150 hp and 340 Nm of torque, and is mated to a 6-speed DSG transmission.
The wagon lover in me has been tinkled by the launch of the Volkswagen Golf GTS wagon. It is sold in two variants, the Business Edition, and Business Edition+, with similar features to its equivalent variants with the Volkswagen Jetta. It is also powered by the same engine and transmission from the Volkswagen Jetta.
How much are both of these you may ask? Here are the attractive prices of the new Volkswagens.
Business Edition: P1,250,000
Business Edition+: P1,300,000
Business Edition: P1,350,000
Business Edition+: P1,400,000
Photos from Volkswagen Quezon Avenue