2002 Volkswagen Jetta Owners Manual – For 2002, Volkswagen considerably expanded it lineup of Jetta wagons, which was indeed introduced a year earlier. The Jetta wagon was available these days with a turbocharged 1.8T four-cylinder engine, which created 180 horsepower (up 30 hp through the past year), also a 90-horsepower, 1.9-liter four-cylinder diesel utilizing the TDI (turbo direct injection) function.
Jetta wagons were also offered aided by the base 115-horsepower, 2.0-liter four cylinder engine and a 174-horsepower V6. Later in the model year, horse power for the V6 had been upped to 200.
Regarding the sedan part, the high-end Jetta GLX V6 ended up being loaded with a brand new five-speed automated transmission with the Tiptronic function, which allowed drivers to shift manually based on operating conditions. A manual that is five-speed had been standard for the other Jetta wagons and sedans, while a four-speed automatic had been readily available as an alternative.
For the sedans as well as the wagons, standard features included air-con, power door locks, energy steering, twin airbags, anti-lock brakes, and an alarm system that is anti-theft. Higher-end models added such features as grip control, power house windows, and a CD player. The GLX wagons and sedans added lumber trim, hot front seats, fabric seats, and a sunroof.
Eventually, in an effort to meet head-on lingering grievances in regards to the quality that is build of Jetta models, Volkswagen efficiently doubled the length of its bumper-to-bumper warranty, from two years/24,000 miles to four years/50,000 kilometers.
Drivers appreciated the Jetta’s management, safety features, power, and sportiness. Nonetheless, some drivers noted that the car still had quality-control dilemmas calling for repairs that are expensive. The transmission and system that is electrical mentioned by some drivers to be especially problematic. Perhaps that warranty that is extendedn’t such a bad concept after all