Monday, December 21, 2009

2010 Volkswagen Jetta Review

The Jetta line of cars from Volkswagen is always associated with class in the midst of compact-economy vehicles. Coming out with various versions that can easily confuse a beginner, the 2010 Volkswagen Jetta line is simply aiming for everyone looking for a brand new vehicle.

The 2010 Volkswagen Jetta comes in two body types: the traditional sedan and "SportWagen". This is where the variety starts. The sedan comes with 5 versions depending on interior and exteriors: S, SE, SEL, TDI and Wolfsburg while the SportWagen comes in S, SE and TDI.
Even though they come in a variety of designs, the common feature of the 2010 Volkswagen Jetta is its interior. The good thing about the interior is that it offers enough entertainment for everyone: stereo speaker-radio, CD player and audio jack. However, the legroom in the back of the vehicle can be a bit cramped.

As a car geared towards general driving experience, safety has been one of its best features. Various independent rating systems were conducted and the car proved efficient in front and side protection. However, the braking system of the vehicle is not as efficient compared to other compact cars. Owners have to practice on the vehicle a little bit to get a grip on how to properly stop the vehicle.
Maneuverability is not the best in the industry but it's not geared for precision driving either. With that said, the car can handle bumps in the road to ensure a smooth driving experience. It's a driver friendly vehicle that can be easily appreciated because of its looks.


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