Wolfsburg Edition 4dr Sedan
2007 Volkswagen Jetta

MSRP ?

$19,460
Quick Quote

Smart Buy Market Avg. ?

N/A
Hassle Free Quote
Engine Engine 2.5LI-5
MPG MPG 22 City / 30 Hwy
More More View All Specs

2007 Jetta Overview

It's easy to understand the appeal of the Volkswagen Jetta.Designed and engineered in Germany, the Jetta offers some of the same strengths and design values as much more expensive European luxury sedans yet its base price falls into what we used to call economy car territory.

For 2007, the Jetta's appeal should increase substantially.In addition to minor updates such as a new tire pressure monitoring system and an auxiliary audio input jack for iPods and the like, Volkswagen has dropped the price of its most popular car by $1,400.The new Jetta sedan starts at $16,490, without a significant reduction in standard equipment.

At that price, the Jetta is a compelling buy.Even the base model is well equipped, fun to drive and economical to operate.Its 2.5-liter five-cylinder engine is pleasantly robust, with a broad power curve and a raspy sound, and delivers an EPA-estimated 22/30 miles per gallon City/Highway.Inside, the Jetta is roomy and nicely finished, and its trunk is larger than many sedans costing $25,000 or more.Going up the model line, the Jetta only gets better.

The Jetta 2.0T starts about $4,500 higher, but its high-tech turbocharged engine is a blast to drive, with either the standard six-speed manual transmission or the trick Direct Shift Gearbox automatic.The 2.0T can be loaded with almost as many features as a luxury sedan, and the line-topping GLI is a sports sedan true to the German tradition.Of course, if you drive a loaded GLI away from your local Volkswagen dealership, you'll have paid close to double the base model's price, nearly $31,000 before tax.

Regardless of engine or equipment level, the Jetta is responsive around town and comfortable on long trips.It snicks through corners and carves through curves precisely, but rides quite comfortably.

The Jetta was redesigned and re-engineered from the ground up midway through the 2005 model year, and it still seems fresh.This one is larger than previous-generation models, and Volkswagen's attention to detail, particularly inside, is convincing.The driver enjoys excellent visibility and ease of operation, with logical controls and instruments, and even the base model offers a full array of safety features.Finish quality is good, inside and out.We find the styling more pleasant than exciting.

If you like the idea of a solid sedan with European flair, the Jetta is the best deal in town.
Full Review

2007 Jetta Overview

It's easy to understand the appeal of the Volkswagen Jetta.Designed and engineered in Germany, the Jetta offers some of the same strengths and design values as much more expensive European luxury sedans yet its base price falls into what we used to call economy car territory.

For 2007, the Jetta's appeal should increase substantially.In addition to minor updates such as a new tire pressure monitoring system and an auxiliary audio input jack for iPods and the like, Volkswagen has dropped the price of its most popular car by $1,400.The new Jetta sedan starts at $16,490, without a significant reduction in standard equipment.

At that price, the Jetta is a compelling buy.Even the base model is well equipped, fun to drive and economical to operate.Its 2.5-liter five-cylinder engine is pleasantly robust, with a broad power curve and a raspy sound, and delivers an EPA-estimated 22/30 miles per gallon City/Highway.Inside, the Jetta is roomy and nicely finished, and its trunk is larger than many sedans costing $25,000 or more.Going up the model line, the Jetta only gets better.

The Jetta 2.0T starts about $4,500 higher, but its high-tech turbocharged engine is a blast to drive, with either the standard six-speed manual transmission or the trick Direct Shift Gearbox automatic.The 2.0T can be loaded with almost as many features as a luxury sedan, and the line-topping GLI is a sports sedan true to the German tradition.Of course, if you drive a loaded GLI away from your local Volkswagen dealership, you'll have paid close to double the base model's price, nearly $31,000 before tax.

Regardless of engine or equipment level, the Jetta is responsive around town and comfortable on long trips.It snicks through corners and carves through curves precisely, but rides quite comfortably.

The Jetta was redesigned and re-engineered from the ground up midway through the 2005 model year, and it still seems fresh.This one is larger than previous-generation models, and Volkswagen's attention to detail, particularly inside, is convincing.The driver enjoys excellent visibility and ease of operation, with logical controls and instruments, and even the base model offers a full array of safety features.Finish quality is good, inside and out.We find the styling more pleasant than exciting.

If you like the idea of a solid sedan with European flair, the Jetta is the best deal in town.Hide Full Review