2009 jetta wagon




2009 jetta wagon

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    2009 jetta wagon

    2009 jetta wagon

    I am trying to write a review on the dealership we bought our car from we found it on this site. Because of this intervention, we discounted the results of this run. Select Year Although the Tiptronic transmission has a manual mode, we found that it shifted before we were ready.

    2009 jetta wagon

    2009 jetta wagon

    2009 jetta wagon

    2009 jetta wagon

    2009 jetta wagon

    Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen review: Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen - Roadshow

    The Good Besides a very practical body style, the Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen delivers an excellently low emissions rating. The standard audio system uses 10 speakers to produce good quality audio. The Bad No available navigation at this trim level, and no Bluetooth cell phone integration at all. The Bottom Line The small wagon body style of the Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen and its low emissions power train make it a practical everyday vehicle, but its lack of any good cabin electronics make it a poor tech car.

    The small wagon, one of the most practical body styles, is back with the Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen. The small wagon mostly gave way to the more sporty hatchbacks in the s, but Volkswagen seems confident in the body style, launching the wagon version of its Jetta sedan.

    2009 jetta wagon

    There isn't much difference between the Jetta sedan and the Jetta SportWagen when it comes to the drivetrain or cabin electronics, which is really too bad. We were hoping for Volkswagen's next-generation navigation system, which we saw in the Passat CC at the Detroit auto show.

    And the name SportWagen is a little misleading, as the car doesn't offer what we would consider an exciting driving experience. Putting the sport in SportWagen As our Jetta SportWagen didn't have much in the way of cabin electronics, we ran some acceleration tests, timing runs made from 0 to 60 mph.

    2009 jetta wagon

    We hooked up a performance computer and planned to do three runs, one using the six-speed automatic transmission's standard Drive mode, one using its Sport mode, and one using the Tiptronic mode, shifting manually.

    We head out to our testing ground, performance computer hooked up and ready to go. For our first run, we put the car in Drive and waited for the computer to calibrate. Once it was ready we slammed the accelerator and the car took off. We modulated the throttle a little at the start, to avoid wheel spin, something the Jetta SportWagen's 2. We watched the tachometer run over the 6,rpm mark before it dropped with each shift.

    The car felt quick up to 40 mph, but that final 20 mph, up to 60 mph, seemed to take a long time. After we had crossed the 60 mph mark and slowed back down, we checked the computer, and it told us the car took 8. We got ready for our second attempt by pulling the shifter down to the Sport position and again calibrated the computer. Once it was ready, we matched our previous technique, keeping the wheels from spinning early in the start, then just mashing the pedal.

    2009 jetta wagon

    The car handled well with this launch, without notable torque steer, but again seemed swift to about 40 mph. Getting up to 60 mph felt like a struggle, but when we checked our time for this run we came in at 7. Finally, we set up for our Tiptronic run. We put the car in manual mode by sliding the shifter to the right of the Drive position, then waited for the go signal.

    With this shifter, we would need to push up for each upshift. As we took off, we modulated the accelerator and watched the tachometer needle swing past 6,rpm. We pushed the shifter up for second gear, continuing to accelerate, when something odd happened. The car jumped into third gear before we were ready to shift.

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