First look at the 2019 VW Jetta
In the recent years, the Jetta actually did pretty good; but with the updated technological features, the design itself and with the competitive price, the new 2019 Volkswagen Jetta with the sporty R-Line trim appears to be a great successor.
The design of the VW Jetta is so elegant, that it almost gives you a feeling of looking at a coupe car, when it really is a sophisticatedly sculptured sedan with a spacious interior and an outstanding seating position, allowing you to sit comfortably. The price for the whole package starts at the competitive price of $18,545; only a small step under the price of the outgoing version and it also includes a six-year transferrable warranty.
This compact sedans stance is wider then you may be used to, the vehicle gets LED head- and taillights and the wheelbase is longer which blends perfectly with its lean look. Its TSI engine is a 1.4-liter engine and provides a six-speed manual and an eight-speed automatic transmission, with an amazing torque to top it all.
But not everything is about speed and comfort, and that is where the new Jetta steps up; this vehicle does not take the safety of passengers for granted. You must be familiar with the fact, that not every collision brings a vehicle to a full stop.
That is exactly why the 2019 VW Jetta includes the Post-Collision Braking System; a system that can help slow down the vehicle after the crash. This way you can avoid any additional and unnecessary impacts. In the event of a bigger crash, the energy from the impact is absorbed by the front and rear zone. The firm safety cage deflects the force from the impact away from the passengers and the driver.
In the worst case scenario, if you are not able to react after the airbags are deployed, the vehicle does the job for you. The system known as ICRS or Intelligent Crash Response System can unlock the doors (if they were previously locked), turn off the fuel pump and it activates the hazard lights.
For a more secure and precise drive, the Cross Differential System XDS is now available in the previously mentioned R-Line addition. During turns, it assists you to achieve much more accurate cornering with applying the braking pressure when needed to the inside of the front wheels.
And because the younger generation has a big influence on the market and development of motor vehicles, the new Jetta steps out of the shadow of the previous model with the simple and standard performance, the best-in-line torque, effortless confident handling, and still enough room for some old-fashioned fun with the 400-Watt Beats audio system. And the luxury does not end here.
The seating surfaces are now ventilated, so you can enjoy the commute even in an extremely hot weather. But do not hesitate to take a ride on the cold winter days either; both front seats are heated, so you can stay warm on those chilly mornings or snowy evenings on your way from work.
There is nothing like a little piece of natural light on your drive and the new Jetta has a panoramic sunroof, that is even larger than on the previous model. Besides comfortable seating and natural lighting, the Jetta goes yet another step forward with the Volkswagen Digital Cockpit. Your information is displayed digitally and in high resolution.
It provides you with an eight-inch touchscreen navigation, it can remember your personalized driver’s profile, and it can help you get to an unknown location, corner-by-corner. With a compatible smartphone, you can even use apps from the phone simply by plugging it.
For the less confident drivers out there, the driver assistance features in the 2019 VW Jetta can help you to take control of your self-confidence on the road. The ACC (also known as Adaptive Cruise Control) can maintain the speed you feel comfortable about and an acceptable distance from any vehicle in front of you.
Even when the vehicle in front of you slows down or speeds up, the sensors can detect the change and your car will adjust the speed to the vehicle in front. The available feature, when activated, can also apply the brakes until the vehicle comes to a full stop and gets your car moving again (in case the car in front starts to move).
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