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When most people think of Volkswagen's Jetta, they imagine it in its sedan form. While also offered in a wagon covered separately, the sedan is far and away the more popular of the two. The sedan comes in more trim levels and has a more compact driving feel-when compared to wagon. However, both Jetta body styles adhere to the core values of Volkswagen. In other words, they are both solidly built, with durable powertrains, plenty of standard safety equipment and comfortable cabins. All of these dynamics have combined to make the Jetta America's number-one European car. When you consider everything the Jetta offers, that fact really isn't that surprising.
For 2012, Jettas get a new front grille, while in the rear they have upgraded taillights. The four-door Jetta sedan will sit five passengers without too much difficulty. All Jettas are in the subcompact class, which means that there is not a wealth of interior space, but not a lack of it either. Seats four comfortably, five for short trips. Short overall length means less rear seat room, but there's enough for the average family. The interior design of the 2012 Volkswagen Jetta is elegant, the dash enjoys the luxury of simplicity. Trunk is roomier than expected. 5-Star frontal crash rating is as good as it gets. The 2012 Volkswagen Jetta has a lot going for it. Styling, for one. Nimble handling, thanks to its compact dimensions.
A lockable trunk for those who prefer the traditional. A very attractive 4-door station wagon which adds versatility to the mix. The interior is arranged well for the enthusiast driver. The steering wheel has a thick rim shaped well for the hand, and a grippy leather covering. It tilts and telescopes, and the driver's seat ratchets up and down as well as slides fore and aft and reclines with the turn of a knob on the base of seatback. The four-wheel disc brakes are remarkable in their casual effectiveness, very linear in result and with just the right amount of required pressure. The pedals are spaced well for the enthusiast, and a dead pedal to the left gives the driver place to brace the left foot.
To that end, we have included a link to 2012 Volkswagen Jetta performance parts and accessories on the right side of the page.