German automobile giant, Volkswagen currently offers the Polo, Cross Polo, Vento and Jetta models in India. They plan to introduce more vehicles soon in the market. The manufacturer has given top priority to its local manufacturing of products to achieve more competitive pricing.
In 2014 Volkswagen introduced the facelifted version of their Polo hatchback and Vento sedan models. Now the German manufacturer will be launching its refreshed version of the Jetta on 17th of February, 2015. The sedan is going through several tests in Mumbai and has been seen on several occasions.
The German manufacturer will provide its 2015 Jetta with several cosmetic upgrades. They will not alter the engine offerings in their sedan.
- A petrol powered Jetta with 1390cc, four cylinder engine is paired to a 6-speed manual transmission. It produces 120 bhp and 200 Nm of peak torque. Volkswagen claim their sedan provides fuel efficiency figures of 14.69 kpl.
- The diesel powered Jetta gets a 1968cc, four cylinder mill is mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox. This mill produce 138 bhp along with 320 Nm of peak torque output. Volkswagen claim their sedan provides fuel efficiency figures of 19.33 kpl.
- The diesel powered Jetta gets a 1968cc, four cylinder mill is mated to a 6-speed automatic gearbox. This mill produce 138 bhp along with 320 Nm of peak torque output. Volkswagen claim their sedan provides fuel efficiency figures of 16.96 kpl.
On the external front German designers will provide an all-new grille design. They will also provide an all-new set of headlamps to their sedan. It gets Bi-xenon headlights along with LED Daytime Running Lights. The front and rear bumpers will be redesigned to give a more bold stance. The tail lights also get revised and will sport LED indicators.
Interior of 2015 Jetta will also be spruced up for a more premium feel. Volkswagen India will provide an all new touchscreen infotainment system and a piano black dashboard. It is also most likely to get a flat bottomed steering wheel. We expect the 2015 Jetta to be priced significantly above the current generation model.