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Volkswagen's new Jetta gets a digital cockpit

Volkswagen has revealed its 2019 Jetta at the Detroit Auto Show. The all new Jetta will get a new techy package for the 2018 year. It will be built on the MQB platform and will feature a digital cockpit with driver assistance features. Here is more coverage of NAIAS 2018.

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Chinese tiger swipes Jetta's bumper

A Chinese park goer got a nasty surprise when a Siberian tiger pulled the bumper right off their Volkswagen.

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VW pits GTI against GLI in the name of Fastivus

C'mon you're sick of Pokemon. This has the GTI.

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Volkswagen set to drop the Jetta Hybrid in 2017

VW's simple statement says, 'Jetta Hybrid no longer available.'

Despite a new focus on electric vehicles, Volkswagen's single U.S. hybrid offering is being killed off.

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Feds allege widespread Volkswagen cheating on clean-air rules

VW Purposely Evaded Emissions Tests For Diesels, EPA Says

Volkswagen intentionally installed software in nearly a half-million diesel vehicles that helped the cars evade substandard results on emissions tests, the federal government charged Friday.

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VW Jetta TDI Value Edition drops price of diesel ownership to $21,295*

Getting a new diesel-powered car just got a bit easier. Volkswagen has announced a new Jetta TDI Value Edition for 2014 that trims over $2,000 off the starting price of a Jetta TDI, making the most affordable diesel-powered car in America even more so. Prices start at $21,295 (*plus $820 for destination) for a Value Edition with a six-speed manual transmission, while a six-speed dual-c

Man Dives Into Stolen Car After Thief Stops At Crosswalk For Owner

Former football player caught returning to the scene of the crime

A Colorado woman had just finished reporting her car stolen when it literally crossed her path.

Have You Driven a Diesel Lately?

Through the end of July, sales of diesel vehicles in the United States were up 38.5 percent compared to the same seven-month period in 2010. Not bad, considering that the experts say that most Americans still won't consider a "clean diesel" vehicle, or just plain don't understand them.