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  • Make

    Volkswagen
  • Model

    Jetta
  • Year

    2010
  • Engine

    2.5L Five-cylinder / 2.0L Four-cylinder
  • Price

    $17,500+
  • HP

    170 / 140

From Volkswagen press: For 2010, the Jetta sedan upholds all of the same fresh, German-inspired design cues of the previous model year. Both the Jetta sedan and SportWagen can be ordered with the racing-inspired Sport Styling Kit, which includes a combination of spoilers and body kits for a lower profile and better aerodynamics.

The inside of every 2010 Jetta sedan and SportWagen comes well equipped with a host of standard equipment, including: Air conditioning, cruise control, an AM/FM/CD stereo system with MP3 CD readability, eight speakers and an auxiliary input, an updated instrument cluster, more ergonomic HVAC controls, eight-way adjustable support front seats, a 60/40 split rear seat, a newly-designed three spoke steering wheel with tilt-and-telescope capabilities, and the option of either cloth or V-Tex leatherette seating surfaces. The SportWagen also adds a wealth of storage into the mix, with a robust 32.8 cubic feet of usable cargo room in normal seating conditions, and an impressive 66.9 cubic feet when the rear seats are folded down.

On the SE, SEL, and TDI sedan and SportWagen models, a collection of
updates further enhance the German-inspired experience: A leather-wrapped steering wheel, shift knob, and parking brake handle, a ten-speaker AM/FM/CD premium stereo system with six-disc CD changer, MP3 CD readability, six months of introductory Sirius Satellite Radio service, BluetoothTM connectivity for hands-free pairing with a mobile phone, and a power sunroof (available in a panoramic version with the SportWagen).

All Jetta models are ready to take on the twisting turns and long straights of nearly any road, utilizing a four-wheel independent suspension arrangement with a MacPherson strut package and stabilizer bar up front, and a 4-link setup, complete with coil springs, telescopic shocks and a stabilizer bar, at the rear. The electro-mechanical power steering system includes variable assistance and active return to keep the driver confident, and the Jetta continually stable yet responsive, heading through every turn.

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