VW Unveils New Jetta with Gasoline and Diesel Options
In brief: Volkswagen has unveiled the new Jetta, coming to showrooms in 2011 with a TDI clean diesel option for the U.S. market with a combined 34mpg.
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Make/Model: 2011 Jetta TDI
The new VW Jetta will be released into the North American market towards the end of the year as a 2011 model and will include a TDI diesel engine with a combined cycle fuel economy of 34mpg. The 320Nm 2.0L TDI option will come standard with a 6-speed manual transmission or an optional 6-speed automatic.
A total of four engines are to be offered in North America, the other three being gasoline. The European model will have six choices, adding another TDI option and a smaller TSI petrol engine as part of the BlueMotion brand.
The new Jetta is the largest yet, belying it's great mileage.
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The Jetta currently sells about 110,000 units annually in the U.S.
Photo credits: VW
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