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Auburn Volkswagen
(253) 833-4940
3109 Auburn Way N
Auburn, WA
Clayton Volkswagen Repair
(206) 722-0204
5503 Martin Luther King Jr Way S
Seattle, WA
Robert Larson's Autohaus Volkswagen
(253) 474-0651
7633 S Tacoma Way
Tacoma, WA
Dick Hannah Volkswagen
(360) 314-0480
PO Box 1679
Vancouver, WA
Volkswagen Karmart Automotive Group
(360) 757-0815
1725 Bouslog Rd
Burlington, WA
Chaplin's Bellevue Subaru Volkswagen
(425) 641-2002
15000 Se Eastgate Way
Bellevue, WA
Chaplin's Bellevue Subaru Volkswagen
(425) 641-2002
15000 Se Eastgate Way
Bellevue, WA
Hanson Kia-Subaru-Volkswagen
(360) 943-2120
2300 Carriage Loop Sw
Olympia, WA
Carter Volkswagen
(206) 782-7474
5202 Leary Ave Nw
Seattle, WA
Steve Hahn's Volkswagen-Audi-Suzuki
(509) 248-4700
1730 S 1st St
Yakima, WA

2009 Volkswagen Jetta TDI Review

2009 Volkswagen Jetta TDI

If you’re not quite ready to make the jump to a hybrid or a neighborhood electric vehicle, a very green choice is 2009 Volkswagen Jetta TDI.

Unlike inexpensive cars of yore that provided great economy wrapped in a body sourced from a sardine cannery, the Jetta delivers a driving experience significantly more sophisticated than its $23,090 price point would suggest. The 2.0-liter direct-injection turbo diesel thrums along smoothly and quietly, at some RPMs sounding exactly like a Subaru boxer engine. The Jetta TDI’s numbers are 30 city, 41 highway, figures that other journalists have bettered (our average was nearly 36 mpg for mostly urban driving over snow-clogged roads).

Its performance is far from anemic thanks to the 236-lb-ft of torque, but it takes some time to get used to the narrow rev band (red line is 4,500 rpm), so making 4,000 rpm gear changes—for the driver used to gasoline engines—feels like you’re short-shifting the six-speed manual all the time. And even when the mercury was solidly in the single digits, the diesel started quickly and ran without a hint stink or soot.

Beyond the sophistication, economy and power of the 2009 Volkswagen Jetta TDI, we also like that it provides everything drivers need and none of the stuff drivers don’t. Regarding the former, necessary features in the categories of safety and convenience are all there. But more importantly, it’s in the latter grouping where the Jetta makes so much se...

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