2011 Volkswagen Jetta Owners Manual – The Volkswagen Jetta sedan was fully redesigned for 2011 and it is now notably different from the Jetta Sportwagen.
The 2011 Volkswagen Jetta are a sedan that is midsize in Base, S, SE, SEL and TDI trim degrees. The Volkswagen Jetta Sportwagen is actually reviewed individually.
The Jetta Base was a stripped-down design that include 15-inch steel tires, power locking devices and screens, a tilt-and-telescoping tyre, height-adjustable side seats, cloth furniture and a 60/40 split-folding seat that is rear. The S contributes keyless admission, air-conditioning, power/heated decorative mirrors and a four-speaker sound system with CD player and an auxiliary sound jack.
The Jetta SE becomes an even more effective engine, 16-inch metal wheels, cruise regulation, a forward heart armrest and storing storage space, a rear seat center armrest, a trunk pass-through and premium plastic upholstery. The SE Convenience package includes 16-inch alloy wheels, heated windshield washer nozzles, warmed up top seats, leather-wrapped tyre and shift knob, Bluetooth and a six-speaker sound system with satellite broadcast and an interface that is iPod. A sunroof could be put into the benefit package in accordance with referring a premium six-speaker sound system with a touchscreen program, SD storage device reader and a changer that is six-CD.
The SEL contains all of the SE’s elective devices (apart from the sunroof, which is a stand-alone alternative), plus 17-inch metal wheels, back disc brakes, foglamps, chrome exterior cut, keyless ignition/entry, handbook top seat lumbar adjustment, a vacation desktop and a navigation program. The SEL Sport bundle includes the sunroof, a sport-tuned suspension, sport seats and sport pedals.
The 2011 Volkswagen Jetta Base and S come with a four-cylinder that is 2.0-liter generates 115 horsepower and 125 pound-feet of torque. A five-speed manual transmission is regular and a six-speed automated is actually optional. EPA-estimated energy economy is 23 mpg city/32 mpg highway and 26 mpg with the automatic and 24/34/28 together with the manual.
The Jetta TDI features a turbocharged 2.0-liter diesel inline-4 that brings 140 hp and 236 lb-ft of torque. A six-speed guide is actually regular and Volkswagen’s six-speed dual-clutch automated handbook gearbox was elective. With either transmission, predicted energy economy appears at a great 30/42/34.
The 2011 Jetta enjoys a disappointing interior, anything we have now never ever said about a Jetta before. Though build quality continues to be tight, the top-notch, soft-touch products regarding the 2010 Jetta have already been changed by cheaper surfaces that are hard. Additionally gone include services that put to help make the Jetta stay apart from various other small sedans, like a height- and length-adjustable center armrest, infinitely flexible back rests for your front seat, rear-seat atmosphere ports and a carpeted trunk area lid with struts rather than gooseneck hinges. The Jetta Sportwagen, which is still based on the Golf, keeps these characteristics and is also indeed a nicer car.
For several that, the latest Jetta is fairly roomy. It’s not hard to come across a comfy sitting position|seating that is comfortable}, and a full-size mature can sit in the back with room to free. The trunk that is 15.5-cubic-foot actually larger than the ones from the Honda Accord and outgoing VW Passat. We are additionally larger followers of the offered touchscreen music interface, which features a redundant control knob ideal for managing an iPod.
We have yet to sample a 2011 Volkswagen Jetta with the wheezy 2.0-liter base engine, but we doubt it has gotten any more energetic since it disappeared from the Jetta lineup back in ’04. The 2.5-liter five-cylinder is actually a better option, and even it is certainly robust if it isn’t the smoothest or most aurally pleasing engine in its class. We’ve noticed an odd, delayed part-throttle response when this engine is combined with the six-speed automatic, so be sure to step on it during a test-drive to see if you find this quirk as annoying as we have. When the manual transmission is in place, we didn’t notice anything amiss. Our pick, however, could be the TDI, as its turbodiesel engine boasts robust torque and frugal gas economy.