2010 vw jetta tdi reviews
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Diesel 6. Volkswagen have today released its revised Jetta range featuring a new range of engines, trim and specification levels - as well as a competitive reduction in pricing - across the entire Volkswagen Jetta line up. CarAdvice this afternoon joined Volkswagen Group Australia for a drive day in Victoria's picturesque Yarra Valley wine region for a taste of what next year's Jetta has to offer. The Jetta range now kicks off with a new entry-level model, the 1. The base model powerplant shares much of its technology with Volkswagen's familiar 2. With Nm of torque - delivered from a low rpm - the 1.
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Of course, not many people will know the difference. Only a select few people have had any real seat time in the racing version, and almost none of them is over the age of 26—that annum being the maximum age for participants. To be fair, the TDI Cup Edition does provide some visual reminders of the race car—inch wheels and body-side graphics are standard, and options include a rear wing and a race-derived body kit comprised of front and rear fascias and rocker panel extensions. But its dynamics leave it far behind its racing cousins.
Slip into the cabin of the new Volkswagen Jetta, and one thing becomes immediately apparent: the Germans have a very different interior design philosophy than do their Asian competitors. At the risk of over generalizing, European interiors tend to be "cleaner" and simpler, while Asian interiors especially their dashboards and centre stacks tend to be packed with buttons and often appear, at least to my eyes, cluttered. The instrument cluster and centre stack are simple and tidy.