2015 Volkswagen Jetta Gets Small Price Cut

2015 Volkswagen Jetta Gets Small Price Cut

Volkswagen is taking a little bit off the price of the 2015 Volkswagen Jetta. 

The 2015 Jetta now starts at $17,035 including delivery, knocking about $500 off of the starting price. For that money, buyers get a manual-transmission Jetta powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 115 hp and 125 lb-ft of torque. Known as the ‘S’ trim, the base car comes standard with 15-inch wheels, Bluetooth, cruise control, keyless entry and air conditioning.

For those who want more power, the next step up the chain is the 1.8-liter turbocharged four-cylinder that makes 170 hp and 184 lb-ft of torque. This car sells for $19,815 with a manual or $20,915 when paired with the automatic, and comes with 16-inch wheels, heated front seats and push-button start.

New for 2015, VW is introducing the 1.8T Sport package. For $21,715, buyers will get the 1.8T engine along with a sport suspension setup a rear spoiler, contrast stitching throughout the interior and two-tone seats.

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There are also diesel and hybrid powered versions of the Jetta. The oil burner starts at a price of $22,460, with the engine producing 150 hp and giving the Jetta a 46 mpg highway fuel economy rating. Customer interested in the hybrid, the most expensive model in the lineup, will have to drop at least $32,490 for admission.

For that price, customers get a fully loaded Jetta that comes with 17-inch wheels, bi-xenon headlights, heated seats and mirros, leather-wrapped seats and steering wheel, keyless entry, Car-net connected car features and more.

New for 2015, VW now offers blind spot monitoring, rear traffic alert, a collision warning system and park distance control as options.

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  • smartacus

    A whopping 115 HP from only a 2.0! that thing is a HAND GRENADE! How do they do it?