Volkswagen Jetta Spied Again, Continues to Draw Yawns

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Volkswagen Jetta Spied Again, Continues to Draw Yawns
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More amateur spy photos of the upcoming 2011 Volkswagen Jetta have been captured and so far the reaction probably isn’t what VW is looking for. The dull looking compact car in the photos is believed to be the next Jetta model, that VW has code-named the NCS (for New Compact Sedan). Along with less-than-impressive looks… Continue Reading...

2011 Volkswagen Jetta Rumored to Cost Under $15,000

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2011 Volkswagen Jetta Rumored to Cost Under $15,000
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According to a well-connected forum member at VWVortex, Volkswagen‘s all-new Jetta model will finally be an affordable vehicle on U.S. soil, starting at just $14,950. By comparison, the least expensive current Jetta now starts at $17,735. This new Jetta model has been designed with the U.S. market in mind and based on VW’s plan to… Continue Reading...

Report: Volkswagen Jetta R Model Under Consideration

Report: Volkswagen Jetta R Model Under Consideration
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With the launch of the Golf R, Volkswagen is considering a Jetta R model that will help expand the brand’s soon-to-be-launched high-performance R division. This new Jetta R won’t be based on the current Jetta platform but on the all-new Jetta, which is known as the New Compact Sedan. The look of the car was… Continue Reading...

Report: Volkswagen to Double U.S. Sales in 2 to 3 Years Says VW of America CEO

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Report: Volkswagen to Double U.S. Sales in 2 to 3 Years Says VW of America CEO
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Volkswagen will double its sales in the U.S. in the next two to three years says VW of America CEO Stefan Jacoby. Currently the German automaker sells just over 200,000 units in the U.S. annually, moving 213,454 cars and crossovers in 2009, down slightly from 2008. Jacoby believes sales will rise to 400,000 to 450,000… Continue Reading...

Report: Volkswagen’s New Compact Sedan to Retain Jetta Name

Report: Volkswagen’s New Compact Sedan to Retain Jetta Name
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Volkswagen has confirmed that the company’s new compact sedan will retain the Jetta badge. Until now it has been known only as NCS (New Compact sedan) and is part of a two-pronged attack that Volkswagen will be making on the U.S. market (and on Toyota). Volkswagen plans to increase almost four-fold, growing its sales from… Continue Reading...
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