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As a brand, Volkswagon communicates safety.
Drivers know that driving a VW is a smart, sturdy decision. With sophisticated German engineering and intuitive features, Volkwagon drivers are recognized as savvy shoppers.
The 2014 Volkswagon Jetta kicks that identity up a notch, and then some.
Named for the jet stream off the Atlantic Ocean “combined with the luxury and power of a modern jetliner,” the Jetta pushes the boundaries of being “cool” to entirely new levels. It’s sleek style, new turbocharged 1.8-liter direct-injection four-cylinder engine (that runs on regular fuel, saving you cash at the pump), and high-end design make it a solid choice for the distinctive driver.
The Jetta is a compact four-door sedan. In 2014, it is offered in both traditional and now hybrid models. The Car Connection praises its new rear suspension:
“Another change for 2014 with a great upside: There’s no longer a torsion-beam rear suspension in any Jetta, which means GLI-like handling can be had with the smaller-displacement turbo four, if you’re willing to work with shocks and tires.”
With precision steering, impressive torque and handling, and a revamped engine, the updates for this year are in tune with the VW consumer. Reviewers are quick to mention that the cost savings far outweigh the potential benefits of more luxurious details.
Car and Driver raves about the 2014 Volkswagon Jetta’s quiet, gutsy engine and restored suspension.
“Even with the modest 205/55-16 tires, the car can be hustled down a twisty back road,” it exhalts.
Built to compete with the Dodge Dart and Hyundai Elentra, its roomy interior, powerful response and signature safety reputation make the Jetta not only a “betta” choice, but a mad-chill cool one as well.
To get hands on a Jetta of your own, contact general manager Romain Perkins at Atlantic Volkswagon today.