2015 Volkswagen Jetta Review, Price and Release – Welcome to Neocarsuv.Com, we will provide the latest information about the Volkswagen Jetta Redesign. 2015 Volkswagen Jetta is one brand new car from Volkswagen that will be release in 2014. We will also review about the price, interior, exterior and engine of the 2015 Volkswagen Jetta.
On top of being Volkswagen of America’s number one-selling car for decades, the Jetta is one of the world’s most successful sedans with more than 14 million units sold since 1979. In 2013 alone, Volkswagen delivered 925,000 units worldwide—making the Jetta the top-selling car for both the brand and of the entire VW Group. At the 2014 New York International Auto Show, Volkswagen is presenting the world premiere of the redesigned 2015 Jetta sedan.
In addition to new styling touches at the front and rear of the car, the 2015 Jetta has notable changes throughout. Overall efficiency has been improved by reducing air drag and utilizing new tires that help improve rolling resistance. New driver assistance systems are available, such as Blind Spot Detection, frontal collision warning and rear cross-traffic alert. Inside, the Jetta sees an upgraded interior with new materials and an enriched assortment of available equipment. The 2015 Jetta continues to offer three four-cylinder gasoline engines (2.0-liter naturally aspirated and 1.8T and 2.0T TSI® Gen 3 turbocharged EA888 engines), a 1.4-liter turbocharged full hybrid version, and a new EA288 2.0-liter turbocharged EA288 TDI Clean Diesel engine. Furthermore, the 2015 Jetta has been engineered to meet or exceed all current U.S. safety standards.
The 2015 Volkswagen Jetta is expected to arrive at U.S. Volkswagen dealers in the third quarter of 2014. Volkswagen hasn’t released pricing for the new wave of Jettas, but expect it to range from $18,000 for the entry-level model all the way to $30,000 for the loaded trims.
Volkswagen has restyled the front and rear of the Jetta while improving its aerodynamic properties. At the front, the latest generation of the car can be recognized by its redesigned radiator grille with three cross fins, optional Bi-Xenon headlights with Adaptive Front-lighting System (AFS), and a new bumper. The Bi-Xenon headlights have an especially distinctive design: Each daytime running light is formed by 15 LEDs arranged in an L-shaped string alongside and beneath the xenon modules, creating an unmistakable light signature, day and night.
A chrome element between the LED daytime running lights and the xenons accentuates the headlights. The new visual band formed by the radiator grille and the headlights, as well as the now larger lower air inlet, give the Jetta a wider and more substantial look. Re-sculpted foglights mounted in the outer areas of the bumper reinforce this effect.
One look at the 2015 Jetta and you’re probably wondering whether Volkswagen changed the exterior at all. Well, the short answer is “yes.” But the changes are mostly limited to subtle tweaks, ones that are barely visible if you don’t really take a close look at it.
Fortunately, we did look closer at the new Jetta, and we did notice a few changes, including a few aerodynamic changes on the front fascia and the trunk lid. Some modifications on the sill covers are also on tap, as are the new wheel spoilers and an underbody panel that you can find covering the rear axle. The Jetta also gets a larger lower air inlet and re-sculpted fog lights mounted in the outer areas of the bumper. Obviously, Volkswagen wanted to decrease the aerodynamic drag on the Jetta’s body, and it seems to have succeeded.
The side lines of the trunk lid on the rear section now run downward, marking one of the more significant changes to the model. Volkswagen also redesigned the VW logo on the Jetta, although it doesn’t really make that much of a difference.
A new headlight setup is also in store for the 2015 Jetta, which now includes optional xenon headlights with LED running lights, arranged in an L-shaped string alongside and beneath the xenon modules. the front grille is also modded to include three cross fins.
LEDs also make an appearance on the taillights of the GLI and Hybrid models.
Other than these changes that we noticed, the 2015 Jetta still looks like, well, a Jetta.
2015 Volkswagen Jetta – Exterior Specifications:
Updates to the Jetta’s interior are subtle but significant. On mid- and high-level trims, the dash, gauges can now framed in chrome-edged tubes, with an available color multifunction display nestled in between. Elsewhere, the 2015 Jetta sports several optional new features based on trim: a new multifunction steering wheel; redesigned air vent controls; piano black accents on the center console and around the gear shift lever; new chrome accents around the dual-zone Climatronic® control; ambient lighting; and new fabric colors and designs for the seats.
The 2.0-liter 150-horsepower EA288 TDI® Clean Diesel engine offered in the 2015 Jetta is one of the most fuel-efficient engines in its class and already conforms to the upcoming LEV3 emissions standard in the USA. Compared to the previous engine, the efficiency of this new generation TDI was improved by another eight percent. In city driving, the Jetta TDI Clean Diesel with a manual transmission delivers a manufacturer-estimated 32 city/45 highway mpg; its combined fuel economy is projected to be around 37 mpg.
The common-rail direct-injection engine with two balancer shafts is an exceptionally comfortable and dynamic engine. The 2.0 TDI Clean Diesel engine in the Jetta develops its maximum power over a low speed range of 3500 to 4000 rpm. The maximum torque of 236 pound-feet is available from just 1750 rpm up to 3000 rpm.