Save and splurge, all at once.
Back in the late 70’s, America met a new Volkswagen. It answered the call for an affordable sedan while remaining distinctly German. To say that the Jetta is popular is an understatement. It has not only become the best-selling VW in America, it’s also the best selling German-engineered car in America.1 Millions of cars and six Jetta generations later, there are even more Jetta models to choose from than ever. That’s the Power of German Engineering.
- 24 city/34 highway mpg2
- TDI® Clean Diesel model with up to 42 highway mpg3,4
- Touchscreen sound and navigation systems3
- Jetta GLI performance model with 200-hp turbocharged engine
- Jetta Hybrid turbo model with 48 highway mpg3,5
- 2013 IIHS Top Safety Pick6
- Best-in-class rear legroom7
11Based on retail sales from February 2006 through December 2011. 22013 Jetta 2.0L, manual transmission. EPA estimates. Your mileage will vary. 3Feature/Engine available on select models. 42013 Jetta 2.0L TDI Clean Diesel, manual transmission: 30 city/42 highway mpg. EPA estimates. Your mileage will vary. 52013 Jetta Hybrid, DSG® automatic transmission: 42 city/48 highway mpg. EPA estimates. Your mileage will vary. 6“Top Safety Pick” based on 31 mph side-impact crash test, 40 mph frontal-offset crash test, 20 mph rear-impact crash test, roof strength test and the availability of ESC. Test performed by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. For details, visit www.iihs.org. 7Based on manufacturers’ published data comparing non-premium compact sedans.