After spending sometime as the VW Bora internationally, the Jetta name is set to return to Germany June 3rd with the release of the fifth generation sedan. Other international markets are to follow after that, making the North American market the first to receive the new car. It is funny to consider how quickly we have received the new Jetta but the new Golf has been for sale in Europe for so long. The Jetta is the bread and butter for VW in North America, so it makes some sense. If you think the new Jetta is overpriced in the US, you should see what the Germans get for their money. The base Jetta (Trendline) comes equipped with 1.6-liter 102hp four for 18,950 euro (or nearly $24,000).
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