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Volkswagen jetta/jetta 16v 1984 owner's manual - Volkswagen Jetta



Meet the Jetta, now more sleek and stylish than ever before. With its revised front and rear design, enhanced features, stylish interior and wealth of standard equipment, it's refined, comfortable and spacious. Not to mention practical, elegant, dynamic and dependable, the Jetta delivers all round, offering real value for money and allowing you to think with your head as well as your heart. Family car or business vehicle, nothing makes more sense.

Classic design is timeless, with form and function working harmoniously together, as the Jetta demonstrates. The black radiator grille with chrome trimmed louvres and body-coloured bumper creates an elegant front design. This is enhanced by the front air intake grille and integrated front fog lights with static cornering function, which add character. The story continues to the rear, where the boot lid incorporates an aerodynamic lip which sits above the rear light clusters and the bumper with diffuser and reflectors. The profile is sleek and streamlined, creating a distinctive look.

If you want to, you can stay connected even while you are driving. With the standard Connectivity package you keep both hands on the wheel and the traffic under control. 

Matthias Erb, the engineer tasked with turning VW’s North American operations from car importer to full-on development office, isn't able to relax for long. Last year, VW finally got competitive in the American crossover market with its redesigned Tiguan and new Atlas. This year, it’s a bigger challenge: reinvigorating a dated compact four-door in a stale segment.  

Next month at the 2018 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Erb will take the wraps off of a long-overdue replacement: the 2019 VW Jetta. Its nameplate dates back to 1980, when VW realized that American buyers weren’t as smitten with hatchbacks as Europeans. Then, they lopped off the Golf’s rear gate, welded on a trunk, and called it a Jetta.

The 2019 Jetta finally migrates to a version of the automaker’s MQB architecture that now underpins the bulk of VW's American-market lineup, as well as some of Audi's.

The Volkswagen Jetta (   listen   ( help · info ) ) is a compact car / small family car produced by the German manufacturer Volkswagen since 1979. Positioned to fill a sedan niche above the firm's Golf hatchback offering, it has been marketed over six generations variously as the Atlantic , Fox , Vento , Bora , City Jetta , Jetta City , GLI , Jetta , Clasico , Voyage , and Sagitar .

The Jetta was originally adapted by adding a conventional trunk to the Golf hatchback , and some distinctive styling (usually the front end, and sometimes slight interior changes). It has been offered in two- and four- door saloon / sedan , and five-door wagon / estate versions – all as four- or five- seaters . Since the original version in 1980, the car has grown in size and power with each successive generation. [1] By mid-2011, almost 10 million Jettas have been produced and sold all over the world. As of April 2014, over 14 million had been sold with the car becoming Volkswagen's top selling model. [2]

Although the Golf had reached considerable success in the North American markets, Volkswagen observed that the hatchback body style lacked some of the appeal to those who preferred the traditional three-box configuration. The styling of the 1970 AMC Gremlin was controversial for truncating the Hornet sedan, but Volkswagen stylists reversed the process by essentially grafting a new trunk onto the tail of the Golf to produce a larger Jetta saloon (sedan). [9] The Jetta became the best-selling European car in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. [10] [11] The car is also popular in Europe, including the United Kingdom, Germany, and Turkey. [12]

Meet the Jetta, now more sleek and stylish than ever before. With its revised front and rear design, enhanced features, stylish interior and wealth of standard equipment, it's refined, comfortable and spacious. Not to mention practical, elegant, dynamic and dependable, the Jetta delivers all round, offering real value for money and allowing you to think with your head as well as your heart. Family car or business vehicle, nothing makes more sense.

Classic design is timeless, with form and function working harmoniously together, as the Jetta demonstrates. The black radiator grille with chrome trimmed louvres and body-coloured bumper creates an elegant front design. This is enhanced by the front air intake grille and integrated front fog lights with static cornering function, which add character. The story continues to the rear, where the boot lid incorporates an aerodynamic lip which sits above the rear light clusters and the bumper with diffuser and reflectors. The profile is sleek and streamlined, creating a distinctive look.

If you want to, you can stay connected even while you are driving. With the standard Connectivity package you keep both hands on the wheel and the traffic under control. 

Meet the Jetta, now more sleek and stylish than ever before. With its revised front and rear design, enhanced features, stylish interior and wealth of standard equipment, it's refined, comfortable and spacious. Not to mention practical, elegant, dynamic and dependable, the Jetta delivers all round, offering real value for money and allowing you to think with your head as well as your heart. Family car or business vehicle, nothing makes more sense.

Classic design is timeless, with form and function working harmoniously together, as the Jetta demonstrates. The black radiator grille with chrome trimmed louvres and body-coloured bumper creates an elegant front design. This is enhanced by the front air intake grille and integrated front fog lights with static cornering function, which add character. The story continues to the rear, where the boot lid incorporates an aerodynamic lip which sits above the rear light clusters and the bumper with diffuser and reflectors. The profile is sleek and streamlined, creating a distinctive look.

If you want to, you can stay connected even while you are driving. With the standard Connectivity package you keep both hands on the wheel and the traffic under control. 

Matthias Erb, the engineer tasked with turning VW’s North American operations from car importer to full-on development office, isn't able to relax for long. Last year, VW finally got competitive in the American crossover market with its redesigned Tiguan and new Atlas. This year, it’s a bigger challenge: reinvigorating a dated compact four-door in a stale segment.  

Next month at the 2018 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Erb will take the wraps off of a long-overdue replacement: the 2019 VW Jetta. Its nameplate dates back to 1980, when VW realized that American buyers weren’t as smitten with hatchbacks as Europeans. Then, they lopped off the Golf’s rear gate, welded on a trunk, and called it a Jetta.

The 2019 Jetta finally migrates to a version of the automaker’s MQB architecture that now underpins the bulk of VW's American-market lineup, as well as some of Audi's.