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Volkswagen Jetta 2011

0 Publicado por Rubén el 27 de octubre de 2010

Volkswagen Jetta 2011

  • Nuevo diseño independiente del Golf
  • Mecánicas de entre 105 y 200 CV
  • Versiones BlueMotion 1.2 TSI y 1.6 TDI
  • A la venta a comienzos de 2011

Volkswagen ya había presentado el nuevo Jetta que llegará a Estados Unidos, un mercado clave para este modelo. Ahora es el turno para la versión europea, la que está a punto de comercializarse en España. Y como en todo modelo Volkswagen, lo primero que destaca es la amplia gama mecánica, con potencias de entre 105 y 200 CV.

El nuevo Volkswagen Jetta sigue fiel a su condición de berlina de 4 puertas con gran maletero. Sus dimensiones han crecido ligeramente respecto del modelo precedente, situándose ahora su longitud en 4,64 metros (+9 cm). Su diseño ya no está inspirado en el del Golf, si no que ahora más que un Golf alargado es más bien un Passat más corto, aunque desde Volkswagen dejan claro que su diseño es independiente de otros modelos.

Volkswagen Jetta 2011

La oferta mecánica está compuesta por 8 motores, 5 gasolina y 3 diésel, entre los que destaca su mejorada eficiencia, algo que hoy en día no resulta un aspecto banal. Para ello todos los motores incluyen inyección directa y están sobrealimentados. Habrá dos versiones de bajo consumo denominadas BlueMotion, una gasolina y otra diésel.

Oferta mecánica en gasolina:

  • Volkswagen Jetta 1.2 TSI – 105 CV
  • Volkswagen Jetta 1.2 TSI BlueMotion – 105 CV – 5,3 l/100 km
  • Volkswagen Jetta 1.4 TSI – 122 CV
  • Volkswagen Jetta 1.4 TSI DSG – 122 CV
  • Volkswagen Jetta 1.4 TSI – 160 CV
  • Volkswagen Jetta 1.4 TSI DSG – 160 CV
  • Volkswagen Jetta 2.0 TSI – 200 CV
  • Volkswagen Jetta 2.0 TSI DSG – 200 CV

Oferta mecánica en diésel:

  • Volkswagen Jetta 1.6 TDI – 105 CV
  • Volkswagen Jetta 1.6 TDI DSG – 105 CV
  • Volkswagen Jetta 1.6 TDI BlueMotion – 105 CV – 4,2 l/100 km
  • Volkswagen Jetta 1.6 TDI BlueMotion DSG – 105 CV
  • Volkswagen Jetta 2.0 TDI – 140 CV – 4,8 l/100 km
  • Volkswagen Jetta 2.0 TDI DSG – 140 CV – 5,3 l/100 km

Volkswagen Jetta 2011

Un amplio volumen de maletero sigue siendo una de sus señas de identidad. Capaz de cubicar 510 litros es sin duda una buena opción en el segmento, aunque otros modelos como el Skoda Octavia (560 litros) o Renault Fluence (530 litros) mejoran este apartado.

Este modelo estrena un interior de nuevo diseño, aunque claramente inspirado en otros modelos de la marca, y según la nota de prensa se ha ganado 6,7 cm de espacio para las piernas de los ocupantes traseros. Como es norma en la casa, el Jetta se ofrecerá en 3 niveles de equipamiento diferentes: Trendline, Comforline y Highline. La versión Comfortline se distinguirá por la parrilla cromada, mientras que la Highline también incluirá cromado el marco de las ventanillas.

Volkswagen Jetta 2011

Desde la versión más básica (Trendline) se incluyen los siguientes dispositivos de seguridad de serie: 6 airbags, ABS, ESP (con programa para remolque), luces diurnas, avisador de cinturón de seguridad desabrochado, luces de frenado que parpadean al frenar bruscamente y asistente de arranque en pendientes.

El equipamiento de serie también se incluyen llantas de 16 pulgadas con neumáticos de 205 mm de anchura, espejos retrovisores calefactados y ajustables eléctricamente, climatizador automático (Climatic) con filtro anti polen, cierre centralizado con mando a distancia, termómetro exterior, toberas cromadas, asiento del conductor ajustable en altura…

Volkswagen Jetta 2011

Aún no se han publicado los precios oficiales para España, pero a tenor de su precio base en Alemania (20.900€), podemos imaginar que llegará al mercado español a partir de 22.000€, correspondientes a la versión Trendline con el motor 1.2 TSI de 105 CV.

Galería Volkswagen Jetta 2011

Fuente: Volkswagen

Volkswagen introduces new era of world bestseller Jetta

# Completely new Jetta at prices from €20,900 in Germany
# Jetta 1.6 TDI BlueMotion Technology consumes just 4.2 l/100 km

Wolfsburg / Munich, 26 October 2010
In the USA it is the most successful car of any European producer: the Jetta. Between the East and West coasts of America, up to 110,000 vehicles of this model series are sold annually. Americans value the Jetta as a highly safe and sporty saloon with “German Engineering.” In June, Volkswagen unveiled – in an event receiving international attention with stars like Katy Perry at the centre of New York’s Times Square – a completely new generation of the world bestseller with over 9.6 million units built so far. Now, the most impressive Jetta ever is also launching in Europe. This heralds a new era for this model series between Helsinki and Rome, Istanbul and Lisbon. The latest version of “the” saloon of the compact class is expected to carry over its US success to Europe.

This Volkswagen has the potential to do just that. Never before has a Jetta had this much sports appeal, this much fuel efficiency or this large a size. The times when the saloon was simply derived from the Golf are a thing of the past. From now on, these two successful models will go their own ways. The new Jetta, now significantly longer (4.64 metres long instead of the previous 4.55 metres), is very appealing as a high-end, spacious and sporty saloon with maximum active driving performance.

Prof. Dr. Martin Winterkorn: “We have completely retuned the technology and styling of the Jetta. That is why our number 1 selling car in America will also be extending its position in Europe from now on.” The Chairman of the Board of Management of Volkswagen AG continues: “At prices from €20,900, we are offering a Jetta that will add a new dimension of quality to the saloons of the compact class.”

And in fact, this Volkswagen – available in Trendline, Comfortline and Highline equipment versions – takes an enormous leap forward in concept and styling. As mentioned, the saloon’s design is no longer derived from the Golf; instead, it follows its own line of styling. This makes the Jetta a strong and independent model series just like the Eos and the Tiguan. Designers and engineers also came up with an entirely new interior. The five-seat saloon’s rear seating layout is significantly more spacious (6.7 cm gain in legroom) thanks to the car’s longer wheelbase – a result of the increased vehicle length. With these dimensions, the Jetta ideally fills the gap between the compact Golf (4.20 metres long) and the new large Passat (4.77 metres long).

Uncompromising efficiency

Even its smallest engines are truly great successes. Take the example of the 1.6 TDI with 77 kW / 105 PS: In the BlueMotion Technology version, this common rail turbodiesel only consumes 4.2 l/100 km (equivalent to 109 g/km CO2). Consider the 1.2 TSI that also outputs 77 kW / 105 PS and has BlueMotion Technology: This direct-injection turbo petrol engine only requires 5.3 l/100 km (equivalent to 123 g/km CO2), which is exceptional considering that this is a saloon with petrol engine that can move at 190 km/h. As already noted, the Jetta 1.2 TSI costs €20,900 in the Trendline version. The base price of the Jetta 1.6 TDI Trendline with BlueMotion Technology: €23,475. Additional power levels: a TDI with 103 kW / 140 PS and three TSIs with 90 kW / 122 PS, 118 kW / 160 PS and 147 kW / 200 PS. So, the Jetta is being driven exclusively by charged, high-tech, direct-injection engines. All engines except the 105 PS TSI may be combined with a dual-clutch transmission (DSG).

Three equipment lines

Trendline: The Trendline equipment line is still the entry-level model to the world of the Jetta. When it comes to safety, standard equipment includes six airbags (with an optional eight), five crash-optimized head restraints (on front seats with anti-whiplash design), daytime running lights, belt fastening detection, automatic hazard flasher lights that activate with hard braking, Hill Climb Assist and ABS with braking assistant and ESP with trailer stabilisation.

Exterior features of the Jetta Trendline include details such as 205 tyres on 16-inch steel wheels, electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors with integrated turn signals and green tinted heat-insulating glass. Inside, comfort and convenience are upgraded with details such as climate control (Climatic), dust and pollen filter, radio remote control of central locking, outside temperature indicator with road icing warning, chrome bezels for the air vents, multifunctional display (MFA) and a height-adjustable driver’s seat (with fabric seat covers in “Cardeol” design).

Comfortline: The medium equipment version, the Comfortline, is offered at prices from €22,600 (Jetta 1.2 TSI with 77 kW / 105 PS). This model’s exterior is distinguished by chrome accents in the radiator grille and 16-inch, five-spoke “Mambo” alloy wheels.

Inside, the Jetta Comfortline is upgraded with details such as storage pockets on the backrests of the front seats, centre armrests (with storage compartment in front), 8-way adjustment of driver and front passenger seats, comfort seats with elegant fabric upholstery in “Sienna” design, woven floor mats, the RCD 210 radio-CD system, a Chrome Pack (including rotary light switch and control dial for climate control) and what is known as the Small Leather Pack (leather-trimmed steering wheel, gearshift grip and parking brake grip) as well as black accents (“Black Pyramid”). Also standard: the Park Pilot (front and rear), lowering of the passenger side door mirror when reversing and four reading lamps (2 in front, 2 in rear).

Highline: The most exclusive Jetta version is the Highline equipment line. It may be ordered in combination with TSI engines from 90 kW / 122 PS (base price: €24,575) as well as all TDI power levels (base price of 77 kW / 105 PS: €25,875). Exterior features beyond those of the Trendline and Comfortline: 17-inch alloy wheels (ten-spoke “Porto” type), chrome frame around lower air intake screen, chrome trim under the side windows, headlight cleaning system and front fog lights with cornering lights.

A Winter Pack (including heated front seats and heated windscreen washer nozzles) helps to get through the coldest season of the year. Inside, features that refine the top model include sport seats with fabric covers (“Gloss”) and artificial leather, particularly elegant accents (“Iridium Printed” pattern) and an automatic climate control (Climatronic).

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