2019 Volkswagen Jetta in Amherst, OH
Since the Volkswagen Jetta was introduced in 1979, the compact sedan's mix of performance, features and efficiency has made it one of the most popular models in its automotive industry segment. For the new model year, the 2019 Volkswagen Jetta in Amherst, OH coming to the Spitzer VW showroom has been completely redesigned and will be built on the automaker's award-winning MQB global architecture. This allows designers and engineers to make the interior of the 2019 Jetta larger and more comfortable without compromising fuel economy or maneuverability. Customer will be able to see the 2019 VW Jetta at the Spitzer Volkswagen showroom when the new compact sedan starts to arrive during the second quarter of 2018. Potential buyers can start the pre-ordering process today with a Spitzer VW product expert or schedule a test drive by calling, 440-703-6348.
In addition to a new design, the 2019 Volkswagen Jetta will be available with several new cutting-edge technologies and features, including ambient interior lighting, premium audio system as well as heated and ventilated front seats. The 2019 Jetta joins several other popular VW models as a being eligible to participate in the automaker's new People First Warranty. The new protection plan comes with the longest term of any warranty in the automotive industry at six years or 72,000 miles – whichever occurs first. Any remaining time or mileage on the bumper-to-bumper new vehicle limited warranty can be transferred to a new owner, thus increasing potential resale of the vehicle. Spitzer VW customers will have five trim grades to choose from, S, SE, R-Line, SEL and SEL Premium. The 2019 Jetta will start at $18,000 for the entry-level S trim.
Future owners of the 2019 VW Jetta will have little, if any, trouble balancing performance and fuel economy. The new compact sedan is powered by a turbocharged, 1.4-liter, four-cylinder engine making 147 horsepower and can be attached to a manual or automatic transmission. It will be able to record a combined 34 miles per gallon.
The upper levels of the 2019 Jetta will feature some of the most interesting technology in its class. One of the new premium features is the Volkswagen Digital Cockpit that can replace the center gauge cluster. Drivers will be able to customize the large LCD screen, so they can see the exact information and systems status they need.
One of the benefits of the MQB architecture is the increase in interior space the 2019 Jetta has to offer. The biggest beneficiaries of the redesign will be passengers sitting in the backseat. There is more than 40 inches of available legroom, which better than many of the sedan's in-class rivals. The new Jetta also has plenty of trunk space.