Volkswagen has systematically tailored its US equipment versions (S, SE, SEL, TDI and GLI) to address the wishes of American car drivers, and in doing so it has developed one of the most attractive saloons in its class. The already well-equipped base version will launch at prices from 15,995 US dollars. In Europe, the Jetta will once again be offered in the three equipment lines Trendline, Comfortline and Highline (prices for Europe will be announced when ordering begins in individual countries).
GLI line (GLI1): The flagship of the new Jetta model series will follow in 2011 – the GLI with 147 kW / 200 PS. GLI upgrades beyond those of the SE1 level make up an almost endless list of exclusive details. This line includes 17-inch alloy wheels, multi-link rear suspension, sound generator (for a sporty engine sound), sport chassis (lowered by 15 millimetres), customised bumpers in sport design, red painted brake callipers, sport seats with custom GLI upholstery, red seat and leather seams (steering wheel, custom GLI gearshift grip and parking brake), brushed metal interior accents, aluminium pedals and door sills, as well as a Sirius satellite radio system.
GLI2/3: In the GLI2 version, the Jetta is also equipped with a sunroof, 18-inch alloy wheels, leather-like V-Tex seat covers and an exceptional sound system. The GLI3 level adds a radio-navigation system.