2019 Volkswagen Jetta comes at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) 2018, and is ready to continue as the best-selling VW product worldwide. The German car manufacturer finally unveiled the 2019 Volkswagen Jetta at the world-class automotive exhibition. It is said that this four-door sedan has a dimension longer than the previous generation.
2019 Volkswagen Jetta is now using the MQB platform that makes it dimensions more stretchable. The front overhangs become shorter, while the back becomes longer. This certainly makes the cabin more spacious, while the luggage space can load more items.
The seventh generation of the VW Jetta is experiencing a change in the exterior, especially seen in the larger grille. The shape of the C shape of the main light becomes the next differentiator. Uniquely, the roof of this car is getting sloping to the back, making it look like a coupe.
The most striking difference is actually seen in the New 2019 Volkswagen Jetta cabin. Looks now the German manufacturer uses a material that is better than before. It is said that this car has 10 choices of ambient color on the cabin. They also embed a sizable screen on the dashboard. Digital Cockpit in a 2019 VW Jetta makes it one level higher than the class sedan, coupled with the use of quality trim.
New 2019 VW Jetta experienced a significant refreshment on the interior. While on the exterior, this car is not less interesting in terms of appearance. But unfortunately they do not make changes to the engine sector. New 2019 Volkswagen Jetta still relies on a turbocharged 1.4-liter engine. The mechanical heart of this car is considered capable of generating power of 148 HP and maximum torque of 249 NM. The difference is in the automatic transmission system that is now used eight-speed. As for the manual transmission implements a six-speed transmission.
2019 VW Jetta is said only to be marketed in the United States alone. This car will not be found on the European continent. This is because the sedan market is now beginning to erode in Europe, in contrast to the US is still growing. The New Jetta also plans to enter the Chinese market, but with a different name.