2022 VW Jetta rated at 43 mpg highway with its six-speed manual

Volkswagen announced formal gasoline financial system figures for its updated 2022 Jetta on Wednesday, noting that

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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