The Jetta Wolf comes with a 2.0T and has an amazing DSG strapped to it's back. The two amount to a very zippy car that will destroy 80% of the cars on the road. The body is rather bulky, and hardly resembles the Jettas of yesteryear. I gave it a lower rating for reliability because the car spent a total of 14 days in the shop within the first 10,000 miles, but no issues to speak of there after. The interior is beautiful and high quality, but begins to make some squeaks when the temp drops. The standard tires get noisy after 15k. Some of the stitching on the arm rest and steering wheel is coming undone, may have something to do with 6 hours a day in the car. Overall a great car! get one
DSG. I love the DSG. It is a stellar transmission that is superior to anything on the market. I highly recommend that VW purchasers-to-be spring for the DSG over the manual, you will be blown away! I just wish the Wolf had paddles on the wheel, and an MFD for that matter. I love the overall fit
MFD with MPG readout and controls on the wheel should be standard. The car sits rather high, but it comes in handy around those difficult city roads. My biggest gripe would have to be the lack of the Multi Function Display that is standard in the GLI and GTI models. Fog lights would be welcome to
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