Face Blindness: The Ho-Hum 2018 Volkswagen Jetta Tested in Depth ""

By | November 22, 2017


The Volkswagen Jetta is a bit of an automotive conundrum. All three of its available turbocharged four-cylinder engines are refined and pleasant to drive, and the 2.0-liter under the hood of the Jetta GLI is truly fun to flog. Characteristic of a Volkswagen, the Jetta has competent handling and a functional interior. But despite these promising characteristics, the Jetta completely fails to set the heart racing. Snore-inducing exterior styling may be a culprit, or the fact that this sedan is not nearly as flexible or practical as its stablemate, the hatchback Volkswagen Golf. Whatever the reason, the Jetta can never seem to add up to more than the sum of its parts, and it fades into the background of this highly competitive segment. READ MORE ››



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