Volkswagen announced formal gasoline financial system figures for its updated 2022 Jetta on Wednesday, noting that the foundation design with a manual transmission is very good for up to 43 mpg highway.
For 2022, the Jetta gets a conventional turbocharged 1.five-liter engine earning 158 horsepower and 184 pound-toes of torque. The EPA has certified this combo at 29 mpg metropolis, 43 mpg highway, and 34 mpg blended in the conventional S design. Switching to the optional eight-velocity automatic gets you 31 mpg metropolis, 41 mpg highway, and 35 mpg blended. SE and SEL designs geared up with the optional eight-velocity automatic transmission have an EPA-estimated ranking of 29 mpg metropolis, forty mpg highway, and 33 mpg blended.
The GLI, with its the turbocharged 2.-liter 4 earning 228 horsepower and 258 pound-toes of torque, is rated at 26 mpg metropolis, 37 mpg highway and thirty mpg blended with the conventional 6-velocity and 26 mpg metropolis, 36 mpg highway and thirty mpg blended with the optional 7-velocity, twin-clutch automatic. All of that in a activity sedan with a fancy diff and enthusiast-spec suspension? Not a undesirable bundle.
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