Thursday, November 3, 2011

2004 Volkswagen Jetta Reviews

Volkswagen Jetta Both the sedan and wagon for everyone. This versatility could explain its continued success in the U.S. market. The Jetta starts life as a sensible way of transportation, but with the right engine and transmission selected, the Jetta can become a real actor.

The Jetta is powered by one of four different engines, a modest 115-hp 2.0-liter four-cylinder, a lively 180-hp 1.8-liter turbo four-cylinder sports car engine 2.8-liter VR6 produces 200 horsepower, and finally, for those looking for maximum fuel economy of 100 horsepower 1.9-liter TDI diesel. Depending on the engine, buyers can also choose from four different types of transmission, five-speed manual or six speeds, and either a four-speed or five-speed automatic. AM / FM CD with 8 speakers, air conditioning, cruise control, tilt / telescoping steering wheel, keyless entry, power windows and locks are standard amenities in the Jetta. When it comes to safety, all Jetta is equipped with six airbags, antilock brakes, front seatbelts with pretensioners and load limiters, anti-intrusion side door beams and a steering wheel that is deformable / collapsible upon impact. Electronic Stabilization Program (ESP) with brake assist is standard on the model and optional on other models GLI.

For 2004, the Jetta sedan receives updated exterior with chrome applications for front and rear bumpers and redesigned taillights. The car benefits from a new chrome front grille. Inside, both the sedan and wagon now silver aluminum ring instrument clusters, seatbelt reminder and fuel warning seal cap, a newly designed engine cover, and the new engine with TDI-PD an improvement of 10 horsepower TDI engine in the past.

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