Volkswagen is in the midst of a transition but it seems the 2015 Volkswagen Jetta hasn’t quite caught up. Considered a “mid-cycle” change, VW’s new Jetta addresses some of the criticism the brand got last for interior “de-contenting” to keep prices low. The interior upgrades bring the Jetta back to its previous luster and a newer, better diesel engine improves by 8 miles per gallon, which is not too shabby. There are also some safety options available, moving the Jetta upscale a bit.
Volkswagen says the next generation Jetta will be created on the MQB architecture, which will positively affect the design, performance and efficiency as it has the more recent Golf variants.