We’ve seen the dramatic redesign, which looks lightyears better than the previous generation or three, and now we finally know what the 2019 VW Jetta will cost. The company revealed a base MSRP of $18,545, undercutting the current basement pricing. How will dealers sell those 2018 models once everyone finds this out?
Just remember, the new Jetta rides on the MQB platform. It offers up more interior space and should be more entertaining to drive. And yes, it looks so much better, plus packs in all those technological goodies people love.
Even the base model comes with Driver Personalization standard. You can load up to four driver settings in the car, so you get the seat and mirror adjustments, drive mode, driver assistance preferences, radio presets, and even ambient lighting color you like all ready to go.
With the Jetta S starting at $18,545, the Jetta SE MSRP is set at $22,155 and has goodies like leatherette seats, keyless access/push-button ignition, and dual-zone automatic climate control. If you want the R-Line, which has some design flourishes and an electronic differential, it starts at $22,995. The SEL begins at $24,415 with LED projector headlights, the 10.25-inch Volkswagen Digital Cockpit, BeatsAudio system, etc. The top-of-the-line SEL Premium begins at $26,945, if you want leather seats with ventilation for the front, among other luxuries.
Each Jetta model is covered by a 6-year or 72,000-mile warranty as well.