Three daylight openings (DLO). That's designer-speak. They count each door and the separate C-pillar DLO. Vent/wing windows don't count as they are part of the DLO on door.^ 3 windows you say? :laugh: I'll be heading out to the CLE show this week hopefully. I was told the WCC Kia Stinger is there, but seeing the 2019 Jetta will be a nice bonus.
Bland is charming? That must explain the popularity of the Camry.Sorry bud, but you aren't.
Except for the GLI trims, the Jetta has never been anything but bland. And this is coming from a guy who has owned 5 Jettas. Bland is also understated and I think thats part of the charm of a Jetta.
no r line with cockpit- i posted the prelim trims in the lounge and r line is se only.Wow. Here I was ready to throw in the towel on sedans but honestly, I may lease one of these when my current lease is up.
I have 1.4T 5 speed SE and this would be a nice upgrade. R line manual would be my choice. My car plus an extra gear and an LSD would be great. I hope by the time I'm ready to lease it will have a multi-link rear end.
Praying I can get the following combo:
We shall see.
The interior you are looking at is the SEL Premium. And you can expect it to cost 28-30k. I would not exactly call that budget. Wait til you get a gander at the S cloth interior. It is literally night and day.Wow. Very impressed, particularly the interior for a budget car.
After going through my Atlas buy back, I can unequivocally say the former!GTI Autobahn w/ Auto is $37k
A3 Premium Plus w/ Tech Package is $38k
A4 base is $36k
Why buy an overpriced econobox when I can buy a luxury car for just a little more?
That's the main question.
And it comes down to is VW run by idiots, or are they marketing geniuses to force you up the luxury food chain?
http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthread.php?9057658-2019-Jetta-Preliminary-Trim-InformationIt will be interesting to see what the cheaper trims look like. It’s easy to make a top spec show stand car look fantastic.