2003 Volkswagen Jetta Owners Manual – The news that is big 2003 ended up being that the extensive lineup of Jetta wagons and sedans came with expanded listings of standard functions. First of all, power heated mirrors, cruise control, power house windows, and a CD player were standard equipment across the range. Other standard functions in all Jettas included energy door hair, dual airbags, anti-lock brakes, and air-conditioning.
Volkswagen also made some corrections to its sedan and wagon trim plans. The GLX wagons had been gone, for example, although the GLX sedans with a 200-horsepower, 2.8-liter V6 engine remained. And brand-new choices were designed for the high-end GLX 1.8T wagon, including leather-based seats, a leather-trimmed steering wheel, and steering-wheel mounted controls. In inclusion, choices such stability control and a CD changer were offered across the range.
Volkswagen eliminates the GLX trim level for wagons — this means that people who prefer the VR6 engine towards the 1.8T engine shall need to stick to the sedan. As a consolation, GLS wagons equipped with the 1.8T are eligible for a premium package, which bundles traditional GLX content like energy seats, automatic environment control, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, rain-sensing wipers, timber interior trim and a vacation computer. Also, VW makes the 1.8T offered on both the GL sedan and wagon. GLs will have power windows and mirrors, cruise control and a CD player, whilst the GLS gets a standard sunroof and alloy wheels. All Jettas can be obtained with stability control (ESP), heated seats additionally the Monsoon audio system. Various other changes include a ULEV rating for the 2.0-liter four-cylinder, redesigned cupholders and backlit buttons in the standard head unit that is stereo.
Driver’s had been impressed with the Jetta’s maneuvering, acceleration, safety features, and comfort, and with the fuel milesage associated with the diesel-engined Jettas. On the downside, reliability and quality-control issues were noted by some drivers.