The 2019 Volkswagen Jetta Shows Up With Redesigned Style to Revive the Lost Market
- January 29, 2018
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Going by the market standards and its growing trends, car enthusiasts have indeed lost their interest in the Sedans. The place has been ruled over by the trucks, SUVs, and Crossovers and since the utility value of the Sedans has lost long back, people do not find it hold the right place in their lifestyle. The entire compact Sedan class has been suffering from this down market, and among all this, Volkswagen has taken up the challenge to redesign Jetta and take an attempt whether they can still revive the lost clients at all.
Records say that since 1979, more than three millions of Jetta has been sold in entire America. Even before 2010, the Jetta was given its due respect amidst all the models of Volkswagen Greensboro. Just like any brand has its bad time, even Volkswagen had it post 2010. Coincidentally there was a cheap redesign that happened, and since that, the brand has already spent eight long years to fix the issues. However, the model kept progressing, and in 2019, the Jetta gets to have a new platform as well. So how far will this change affect the brand? Is it going to come up with another model which would reflect the half-hearted progression? Or is it going to bring in a revitalized Volkswagen which will have its pivotal role in displaying the quality engineering, beyond the time representation and engaging driving experience?
However, Volkswagen service Greensboro has mentioned that those who will be starting it off with a new model, they are going to find a 1.4-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine, and that is going to come up paired with a six engine transmission or and eight engine transmission. This particular combination is not going to disappoint anyone as it will be successful to provide 147 horsepower and 184 lb-ft of torque. Apart from this, the rest of the Jetta is expected to have a sea change.
There’s the Modular Transverse Matrix which Volkswagen has adopted at the heart of its architecture, and this has proved to be successful earlier for Passat and Golf earlier as well. Hence, the approaches that Volkswagen shows heads towards a complete redesign that will help them overcome the drop in the market post-2010. It is only the matter of time, to see how they could find success in achieving it.