• Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen Spy Shots front 3/4

  • Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen Spy Shots front 3/4

  • Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen Spy Shots front 3/4

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Volkswagen is currently testing the next-generation Jetta SportWagen in Europe, and our spy photographers managed to grab a few shots of the long-roof in action. From the looks of things, the new model will be considerably larger than the current generation, pushing ever closer to the girth of the European Passat. Technically, the SportWagen will continue to ride on the Golf platform moving forward, and there's some indication that buyers in the EU will get a shot at both GTI and R versions. Of course, the SportWagen goes by the name Golf in the old country.

Details are scarce on what we can expect to see under the hood, and Volkswagen hasn't said when the new Golf/Jetta SportWagen will debut, but smart money is on seeing the next-generation vehicle at either the Geneva Motor Show in March of next year or the Frankfurt Motor Show in September. In the meantime, check out the full gallery for a closer look.


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      ferps
      • 2 Years Ago
      So what are the chances that we will get this in the US?
      dss10
      • 2 Years Ago
      I hope they don't find an excuse to not bring it to america and pull an Audi forcing eveyone who wants a wagon to buy a space inefficient SUV.
      CarCrazy24
      • 2 Years Ago
      I hope they add Xenon/LED headlights to the new model, that's the only real luxury option missing. As long as it retains the TDI model it will always be a great seller.
      Hibryd
      • 2 Years Ago
      Am I the only one who DOESN'T want a larger wagon? I thought the older Outbacks were the perfect size before they bloated up into SUVs, and now VW is doing it too? I want a long hatchback, not a crossover.
      ChubbyGirl
      • 2 Years Ago
      big yawn...
      S h a w n
      • 2 Years Ago
      Why do VW and Audi bother to cover their new design with CAMO?
      bonehead
      • 2 Years Ago
      Please make it a decent looking wagon! Wagons dont have to look boring like the last jetta wagon (or be based on the looks of the previous model). Just look at the TSX wagon, very good looking. I would love to have the equivalent of a GTI wagon that is attractive. Otherwise im stuck considering CUVs or getting something less practical. Both options suck
      Kumar
      • 2 Years Ago
      The Jetta/Golf Alltrack is now just a little bit closer to reality and revealing if will be a nice alternative to Subaru's enlarged Outback or a huge disappointment. Heck, even if it's just a budget A4 quattro avant it would probably please most, including sportwagen owners looking for just a bit more.
      X8664
      • 2 Years Ago
      Looks exactly like the Chinese Passat (current gen)
      Mr. Sled
      • 2 Years Ago
      Something tells me that there are no surprises under that camo.
      mr.vw
      • 2 Years Ago
      My guess is VW won't offer it in AWD intstead a torision beam rear end and VW will decontent the wagon to toyota standards - essentially suck the german out of the car. AWD TDI stick and european fit and finish I'd buy one. I highly doubt it'll happen because VW is the worst for being in touch with consumers ;)
      Lachmund
      • 2 Years Ago
      i wouldn't really count on this being the new jetta sportswagon
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