Volkswagen Jetta has been undoubtedly one of the best products that come out of the Volkswagen factory. The German auto giant unveiled the 2015 Jetta at the ongoing New York Auto Show carrying subtle changes over the previous model and loaded with host of new equipments, Jetta has changed for better.
Volkswagen Jetta remained as best selling mid-size sedan for the year 2013 and minor tweaks done with the new model makes the car at par with the rivals in terms of fuel efficiency and equipment list.
The front fascia of the 2015 Jetta now gets a revised grille with three horizontal strips painted in chrome along with a new pair of headlamps. The headlamp unit has new riguer L-shaped daytime running lamps forming the eyebrow of the Bi-xenon module on the top of the line version. The shapes of the tail-lamp which also gets LED treatment takes its inspiration from the Audi A4 sedan. With redesigned bumper, which now houses revised foglamps and chrome garnish provides wider stance for the mid-size sedan.
VW claims visual changes like the active radiator shutter are incorporated to provide enhanced aerodynamic efficiency.
Inside the new 2015 Jetta, Volkswagen did not try giving it a complete makeover; instead, small portions have been enhanced with chrome accents to provide new and refreshed feeling. There is ambient lighting; new fabric colors and new design for seats. The equipment list now also consists of Blind Spot Detection, frontal collision warning and rear cross-traffic alert to increase the safety to a new standard.
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