Should I buy a VW Jetta

September 10th, 2019 by

Should I buy a VW Jetta

Volkswagen has redesigned the Jetta for the 2019 model year, the first time the company has done so in eight years. A 4-door sedan that competes on the larger end of the compact car segment, the Jetta is Volkswagen’s most popular model in places like the U.S. Highlights of the redesigned 2019 Volkswagen Jetta include a move to the automaker’s acclaimed MQB vehicle architecture, a more tailored and stylish exterior design, a modern and high-tech interior design, additional equipment at lower prices, standard turbocharged power, and more. If you are considering the purchase of a 2019 VW Jetta, and you are wondering if you should buy one, then this blog by Pfaff VW could be of interest to you!

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Exterior…

A classic 3-box design if one ever existed, the previous Volkswagen Jetta was about function over form, offering a roomy interior and large trunk in a Plain Jane wrapper. Perhaps surprisingly, the exterior styling was Jetta owners’ favorite thing about the car. For 2019, the Jetta gains a sense of style. The grille is bold. The roofline is rakish. The tail is tapered. Longer, wider, and taller than the previous Jetta, the 2019 version is a larger and more upscale car than its price and competitive segment might suggest, roomy and commodious enough to credibly serve as an alternative to a midsize sedan.

Interior…

With a wide dashboard canted toward the driver, Volkswagen Digital Cockpit instrumentation, 10-color ambient lighting, and the top-tier infotainment system, the Jetta comes across as an entry-level luxury car.

Storage and Space…

As was true of the previous Jetta, the new one offers lots of interior storage space and a roomy trunk. Within the cabin, a large glove box, center console bin, and front door panel pockets are available, along with a leather-lined tray forward of the transmission shifter. Rear occupants make do with magazine pockets and small door panel bins. The new Jetta’s trunk is not as roomy as it was before, but at 14.1 cubic feet remains among the larger cargo areas in the segment. Unless you need to haul something big a bulky, it provides plenty of practical space for a family of four.

If you are wondering if you should buy a VW Jetta form Pfaff VW, then hopefully this blog was informative to you. The only way to truly experience the VW Jetta is to schedule a test drive and get behind the wheel yourself. Click here to find our contact information, schedule a test drive, or to speak with a representative.