2010 VW Jetta Review And Changes – The 2010 VW Jetta is the sedan from Volkswagen released for the U.S. market that came with discount price and increased appeal due to a large range of engines and trim levels. It is offered with excellent fuel economy for TDI model, various selections of strong engines, relaxed seats, fashionable look and experience, enjoyable ride and remarkable cargo capacity. Unfortunately, it has jaded brake performance, 2.5-liter engine has poor fuel economy, tiny backseat.
2010 VW Jetta Features
SportWagen and sedan are body styles available for the 2010 VW Jetta. Trim levels for sedan include the S, the Limited, the SE, the SEL, the Wolfsburg Edition, the TDI and the TDI Street Cup Edition while the SportWagen models include the S, the SE and the TDI trims. The base S features standard heated mirrors, 16-inch steel wheels, and washer nozzles, cruise control, air-conditioning, keyless entry, a tilt-and-telescoping adjustable steering wheel, heated front seats, power reclining eight-way front seats adjuster, a 60/40-folding backseat and an eight-speaker audio system. The TDI Street Cup Edition model gets 18-inch wheels, bigger brakes with red calipers, a sport body kit, the GLI’s tweaked suspension, fabric sport seats, and shift paddle for model with the DSG transmission. A trip computer is offered for the SportWagen TDI.
2010 VW Jetta Engine
2010 VW Jetta is offered with three engines options. A five-cylinder 2.5-liter engine is available for the S, the Limited, the SEL sedan and SE trim levels generating 170 hp and 177 lb-ft of torque. A five-speed manual is standard transmission while optional is offered with a six-speed automated manual transmission. It can hit 8.6 seconds to reach 60 mph for the manual SE model. It returns 30 mpg highway, 23 mpg city and 25 mpg combined EPA fuel economy for the automatic model. A 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine is offered in 2010 VW Jetta Wolfsburg Edition boosting 200 horsepower and 207 pound-feet of torque mated with a six-speed manual.