2011 Volkswagen JettaJeremy S - Acworth, GA05/08/2015
The 2.5L engine has a nice, snappy feel to it. Plenty of power. Rear seat has TONS of room for a sedan that's on the smaller side. Gas mileage is fantastic, regularly hit around 30 even when driving on my short commute to work on a regular basis. 33-35 on the open highway between 70-75MPH. Only detractor is the cabin is a bit noisy at higher speeds, even with quieter tires.
Even with an automatic transmission, in sport mode this thing is a blast to drive. Lots of customization options available for you aftermarket fans. No major issues, I've put about 30k miles on it since purchasing it and haven't had to do a thing other than regular service visits.
Fun / economical. In S mode - 1.8 Turbo really provides a kick. When it spools up it really feels like it has another 30-40 hp. VW dealer was great recently, and did a software update and it now shifts smoother than ever. Lots of backseat room and trunk room, easy to drive and park and lots more engaged driving experience compared to a civic sedan.
I LOVE MY JETTA!!!
2010 Volkswagen JettaAnn - mt dora, FL04/08/2015
great gas mileage, great travelling vehicle, comfortable, roomy and fantastic running. I have not one bad thing to say about my car. I just WISH I would have put the extended car max warranty on it. Highly suggest YOU DO..I don't trust ANYONE to work on it.
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