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VW Jetta Launch

Volkswagen has just announced the launch of the new Jetta in India. The new Jetta is priced at Rs. 14.12 lakhs for the Trendline, Rs. 15.39 lakhs for the Comfortline and Rs. 17.99 lakhs for the Highline (all prices ex-showroom, Delhi).The company is doing a unique launch of the next generation Jetta by unveiling it at Mehboob studio in Bandra, Mumbai. The new Volkswagen Jetta (codenamed New Compact Sedan) is cheaper to produce for the German automaker and is larger too. The new Jetta is now in its sixth generation and is based on the PQ45 platform. The Volkswagen Jetta is powered by a 2.0-liter TDi diesel motor which produces 140 bhp of power and 320 Nm of torque. It is 90 mm longer than its predecessor. The new Jetta is available in four variants – Trendline, Comfortline and Highline manual and Highline automatic with DSG transmission.

“The Jetta has been a worldwide bestseller for Volkswagen, and with the sixth generation we are confident to continue this success story in an important market like India. With the introduction of the all-new Jetta our entire carline from the Polo to the Passat now offers the latest and the best to our customers, reiterating our commitment here in India. And the good news is that this new carline will be available for customers at an even better price than the outgoing Jetta.” – Mr. Neeraj Garg, Member of Board and Director, Volkswagen Passenger Cars, Volkswagen Group Sales India Pvt. Ltd.

VW Jetta Inteiors

2012 Volkswagen Jetta Rear Seat

2012 Volkswagen Jetta Features

“Navarra” alloy wheels 205/55 R 16 tyres
Day time running lights,
Rear Fog lights
Side turn signal lights integrated in exterior mirrors
Dual exhaust pipes
Leatherette seat upholstery
Leather package for steering wheel, gear shift knob, hand brake grip
Front center armrest with storage box
Storage compartments on headliner
Rear AC vents for comfort,
Driver’s seat height adjustments for better drivability,
Lockable and illuminated glove compartment
Multi-function display
12 way electrically adjustable driver seat
RCD 510 touch screen music system with CD player
Aux-in & 8 speakers
Cruise control
Park distance with acoustic warning and display of front infotainment
Climatic air conditioner
Front seat with height adjustment for better visibility

2012 Volkswagen Jetta Front

2012 VW Jetta India

2012 Volkswagen Jetta Side

VW Jetta Rear

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  • amx

    Thanks for the coverage.
    Sad that there are no shots of the side profile. Pics say it all. When in the launch ceremony, it’s really important to have the product shot from all possible angles, and include more details.
    Can’t even see the Navarra alloys on the R16s!

    • fas

      AMX buddy, we posted this from the launch and did not have much time. However we have updated the post with the pics you were looking for :)

    • amx

      you rock! trust me, motorbeam is better than the other blogs around! thanks for quick updates! :)

    • fas

      Thanks AMX for the kind words :)

  • amx

    these alloys will look stunning on the polo!

  • Nitten

    Nice initial review motorbeam. can we plz have some interior pix too coz I had heard that rear seat wud be much more spacious than the current one.

    • fas

      Thanks Nitten. The picture of the rear seat has been added as per your request.

  • James

    VW india has updateded the website with the new VW Jetta:

  • Shib

    I found the looks unimpressive… looks like a “better Vento” to me !

    • amx

      The new Jetta is definitely a better looker than it’s predecessor. Though I agree the front could have been made more impressive and unique.

      Pics with a better stance :

    • fas

      Amx, those pics are not with a better stance. That Jetta is lower and has bigger wheels.

    • amx

      Uh ho! Euro version! Those must be 17”! Apart from the wheels (and thus lower stance), nothing change. Though in any case, a better looker than the predecessor.

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