Model Lineup

  • Beetle
  • Beetle
  • Golf GTI
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  • Jetta
  • Passat
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  • Golf Alltrack
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  • Starting at: $25,895
    L/100 KM: 7.2 Hwy | 9.0 City
  • Starting at: $21,895
    L/100 KM: 7.2 Hwy | 9.0 City
  • Starting at: $30,595
    L/100 KM: 7.3 Hwy | 9.6 City
  • Starting at: $42,065
    L/100 KM: 8.1 Hwy | 11.1 City
  • Starting at: $20,995
    L/100 KM: 5.9 Hwy | 7.8 City
  • Starting at: $26,195
    L/100 KM: 8.5 Hwy | 9.3 City
  • Starting at: $35,690
    L/100 KM: 10.1 Hwy | 10.8 City
  • Starting at: $28,925
    L/100 KM: 8.8 Hwy | 10.6 City
  • Starting at: $34,345
    L/100 KM: 8.0 Hwy | 10.7 City
  • Starting at: $24,195
    L/100 KM: 8.1 Hwy | 9.4 City


What is driving us at Comox Valley Volkswagen!

All-New 2019 Jetta

Volkswagen has revealed its all-new 2019 Jetta at a special event at the Detroit Auto Show. We can see that it definitely has more character, with an enlarged grille that visually to envelope the new headlamps. The Jetta's new peepers feature C-shaped LED daytime running lights and its hood gains a few new creases that add to the sedan's more windswept appearance.

Full LED lighting and standard alloy wheels give the 2019 Jetta a more premium look. Up at the front fender is a new bit of chrome trim that leads the way for a sharply creased character line that runs all the way to the back of the vehicle, tying in the new, more angular tail lights and the trunk lid. Dual trapezoidal tailpipes finish a geometric redesign that draws, I think, more than a little inspiration from the latest generation.

Inside, we can see that VW is offering new options to class up the Jetta's cabin. Along with ambient lighting, Volkswagen's Digital Cockpit makes an appearance this generation as an optional feature. It's a large LCD that replaces the instrument cluster, not unlike Audi's Virtual Cockpit. Base model Jettas should still be equipped with a conventional analog gauge cluster and multi-information display.

Peer into the center of the redesigned dashboard, and you'll spy what looks like the big 8-inch Volkswagen MIB II infotainment system from the new Atlas. All the better to fill with the standard Android Auto & Apple CarPlay interfaces, as well as VW's standard App-Connect integrations. And, hopefully, we'll also soon be able to hear the new 400-watt Beats Audio option.

The seventh-generation Jetta now rides on the new MQB platform, like the rest of Volkswagen's modern stable, and features a longer wheelbase (up 1.3 inches) and wider stance than before. Under the hood is the same 1.4-liter TSI engine as before, making 147 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque. For 2019, it's paired with a new standard six-speed manual or an eight-speed automatic transmission option.

The move to the more modern MQB platform brings the Jetta's driver aid and assistance tech into parity with the rest of VW's lineup, bringing forward precollision and postcollision brake assist, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assist and more to the party.