Volkswagen drops price on U.S. Jetta
The low-priced version will lose some of the features in the more-expensive 2006 base version.
VW has decided to move a little down-market in terms of product positioning in the U.S. market, going back to its roots as a volume producer of more economical cars. The cheaper Jetta will line up alongside the new Rabbit, which stickers about $1,000 less than the 2006 Golf.
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