2016 Volkswagen Jetta 1.4T Tested: More Substance Than Style


Five years ago, when Volkswagen brought out the current Jetta, VW miscalculated. It offered the strong-selling compact sedan in essentially two versions: Entry-level models were fitted with naturally aspirated engines, an inexpensive beam-axle rear suspension, and a basic electronic architecture. Only upmarket models like the GLI received the European-market multilink rear suspension, turbocharged engines, and more sophisticated electronics. READ MORE ››

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