2003 Volkswagen Jetta Sedan GL 1.8T 4dr Sedan (1.8L 4cyl Turbo 5M)
My Jetta has been an excellent
purchase. The only problem is the
interior, the plastic is pealing. But
it is what is under the hood that I
really like. It zooms through the
traffic, has great gasoline mileage and
still is comfortable enough to pick up
mom and dad at the airport. I have been
very happy with my cool looking jetta.
The way it drives.
Work on interior; thorougly test new
2003 Volkswagen Jetta Sedan GL 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl 5M)
I bought my car in July this year and I
have nothing but praise for it. It
looks cool,handles beautifully,has all
those wonderful extras that you don't
expect in the so called "entry level"
model and then there's the German
workmanship that you just cannot fault.
A class act as far as I'm concerned.
The non-Monsoon sound system. The a/c,
the dashboard lights.
2003 Volkswagen Jetta Sedan GLS 1.8T 4dr Sedan (1.8L 4cyl Turbo 5M)
For those of you with Window/ and Door
rattles. The solution is to lubricate
the door seals on the car itself.Even
if you think this cannot possibly be
the source of your rattles try this
anyway. The best stuff to use for this
is a product called Gumipledge(Sp?) It
is sold by BMW dealers for about $8.
They have the same issue with there
cars. Lube up all the door seals and
any rubber on the doors themselves. Be
sure to get some on the top rubber door
seal that runs along the top of the car.
In addition spray white lithium grease
in your door locks and hinges
I guarantee this will work for many of
you and your car will be rattle free.
2003 Volkswagen Jetta Sedan GL 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl 4A)
I have owned My Silver Jetta named
Brach for a year now and I could not be
more happy with this car. It is without
a doubt one of the best values on the
market, and call me lucky but I am a
very aggressive driver and I have not
had one problem with Brach besides my
wheels having to be balanced and
rotated often ( I am really
agressive). I sell Nissans, and we
have an X5, Maxima, and Intrigue that I
drive on the regular, all costing far
more than the Jetta and it always feels
like it is in the same league as the
others. Great car.
I love all of the thoughful touches.
The cacoon of airbags, the interior
lighting, and that oh so german heavy
feel in such a small car. This car
does everything with a heavy german
accent to it.
Make in only a teensy little bit
bigger, so i don't have to buy a Passat
(just not the same) when my lease is
up, and add an independent rear
suspension. Available xenon headlights
and navigation would make this car
irrisistable. But don't change the
character of that car