2019 Volkswagen Jetta Review
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- Ride comfort is on par with luxury cars
- Lots of places inside the cabin to store your stuff
- Beats premium audio system is excellent
- Standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity
- Brakes feel grabby at low speeds
- Steering wheel controls take some getting used to
- Cabin feels more plasticky than others in the class
- Fully redesigned
- More in-car and safety tech
- New SEL Premium trim
- Part of the seventh Jetta generation introduced for 2019
Early Volkswagen Jettas placed a strong emphasis on driving precision and an upscale personality. More recently, VW gave the Jetta a more practical and comfort-oriented direction, but it came at the cost of refinement. It wasn't an approach we were particularly fond of. The redesigned 2019 Volkswagen Jetta continues the trend toward greater size and comfort, but this time around quality hasn't been so obviously sacrificed.
The new Jetta is slightly longer, wider and taller than the outgoing model, with a longer wheelbase and shorter overhangs. The exterior styling is more distinctive, with sharp character lines, a larger grille, and a much larger presence on the road. There's more room and comfort for front passengers, though the trunk is slightly smaller this time around.
The interior design is certainly more modern. The Jetta's lower trim levels come with a 6.5-inch infotainment screen with standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity. The more expensive trim levels get a larger 8-inch screen plus VW's Digital Cockpit, which is a fully digital and customizable gauge cluster. Almost every Jetta comes with useful driver safety aids, including forward collision mitigation and blind-spot monitoring.
For power, the Jetta continues to come with a turbocharged 1.4-liter inline-four (147 horsepower) that is connected to either a six-speed manual or an eight-speed automatic transmission. Acceleration is reasonably quick for the class, and the EPA estimates you'll get 34 mpg in combined city/highway driving, which is slightly better than last year. A sportier GLI variant is also available.
On the downside, interior quality still isn't all that great, and the car's grabby brake pedal makes it hard to stop smoothly. But given its improvements elsewhere, plus the smooth ride and roomy cabin, we think the Jetta is worth considering alongside other top models such as the Honda Civic, the Kia Forte and the Mazda 3.
Edmunds' Expert Rating7.4 / 10
With its new Jetta, VW is giving compact-sedan buyers precisely what they want: a larger and more comfortable interior, the latest in-car technology and high fuel economy. Some rival sedans offer stronger performance, but the Jetta's overall refinement and usability are impressive.
Each vehicle typically comes in multiple versions that are fundamentally similar. The ratings in this review are based on our full test of the Volkswagen Jetta R-Line (turbo 1.4L inline-4 | 8-speed automatic | FWD).
|Overall||7.4 / 10|
The Jetta feels quick around town thanks to the solid torque output from the turbocharged engine. It also handles curves well, staying controlled and stable. But the numb steering and chassis and lack of top-end power make the Jetta less engaging than it could be. It's undeniably competent in typical driving, but it lacks the character of some competitors.
The pint-sized turbo engine makes more torque than you'd perhaps think. The Jetta feels punchy at low rpm and accelerates eagerly from a stop. Push it to red line, however, and the engine runs out of thrust. The lack of power is telling in 0-60 mph acceleration — the Jetta's 8.4-second sprint is middling for the segment.
The brake pedal feels soft, and the response isn't linear. At low speeds, the brakes can feel grabby. Our as-tested 60-0 mph braking distance of 124 feet is on par for the segment.
The steering is light and rubbery, and there's no feedback from the road. It's basically impossible to tell what the front wheels are doing. The Jetta does have excellent on-center feel, which makes it a nice freeway cruiser.
Body roll is surprisingly well controlled, and the car is stable through turns. Unfortunately, the chassis isn't very communicative — coupled with the numb steering, the handling comes off competent but not engaging. It's a shame considering there's real potential for sportiness baked in.
The transmission is smooth, but shifts are a bit slurred, making them more noticeable. The Jetta is eager to upshift. This characteristic, combined with the low horsepower output from the engine, results in frequent downshifts, which can make for jerky responsiveness in low-speed traffic.
It's disappointing that only the highest trim gets adjustable lumbar because the lack of support is a real pea under an otherwise comfortable mattress. The Jetta has a good ride quality and suitable noise insulation, along with nicely cushioned seats. But your lower back will be left wanting.
The seat cushions are just soft enough, and they provide enough bolstering for the car's character. The headrests aren't positioned aggressively forward, and they are likewise pleasantly soft. Unfortunately, there's no lumbar adjustment and no real support, which becomes noticeable quickly.
The Jetta's ride takes the edge off square bumps and absorbs larger impacts. It can feel a little bouncy over large bumps, but overall the ride quality feels premium for the class. It's one of the car's strong points for sure.
Noise & vibration8.0
The Jetta manages cabin noise impressively around town, another one of its strengths. At freeway speeds, wind noise becomes noticeable, but overall noise levels remain relatively low for the class.
The straightforward physical controls are clearly labeled. Some of the buttons are a bit small and close together, but overall the system is easy to use and manages temperatures well. Seat heating is effective, if a bit localized toward the back of the seat. Ventilated seats are available.
The Jetta's interior looks nice, but it's chock full of hard plastics that create some unfortunate pressure points for taller drivers. The highly adjustable driving position is a plus, but overall interior accommodations are only average. Strengths such as rear legroom balance out against weaknesses such as the front passenger's cramped footwell.
Ease of use6.5
On lower trims, the handful of controls are generally easy to find and use. The exception is that the driver information display controls are needlessly complicated, making the steering-wheel-mounted controls less optimal than some competitors. We do appreciate the large physical buttons for navigating infotainment functions.
Getting in/getting out8.5
Entry and exit are easy overall, with wide door openings and good clearance. The rear doors are relatively short so they can be opened wide even in tighter spaces. The one weakness is the long stepover due to the wide doorsills and rocker panels.
The Jetta offers an optimal driving position. It provides lots of adjustability thanks to easy seat height adjust and a steering wheel with generous telescoping range. The armrests are a little low, but otherwise most drivers should be able to find a position that accommodates them.
The driver's seat has plenty of available space, but the center console and transmission eat into the passenger footwell quite a bit. Rear-seat legroom and toe room are very good, but rear headroom isn't anything special. Average-height adults will fit fine.
Overall the Jetta has useful sightlines, with a clear forward view and a reasonable rear view. Windows in the rear pillars help with the over-the-shoulder view. The smallish side mirrors could provide a wider field of view, but blind-spot monitoring helps.
The Jetta's interior looks nice, and a few surfaces have soft-touch coverings, but there is a lot of hard, lightweight plastic. Taller drivers especially will notice their knees pressing against hard points.
The Jetta has plenty of room for your stuff. Small-item storage is copious, even if the Jetta doesn't offer as many organizational options as class leaders. The trunk is large and easy to load, and the folding rear seats will accommodate long items. There's also plenty of room for car seats.
The door pockets on all four doors are quite large, and there's a good-sized tray in front of the shifter. The cupholders will accommodate larger containers. The console box under the center armrest isn't as big as some others, and some competitors have more options to organize your small items, but there's plenty of room around the Jetta's cabin for your stuff.
By the numbers, the Jetta's 14.1-cubic-foot trunk falls in the middle of the pack. But in practice it's sufficiently accommodating thanks to a large, flat load floor and generous trunk opening. The trunklid has a tendency to fall closed if it's not opened securely all the way. The folding seats create a nice, wide pass-through.
Child safety seat accommodation9.0
The LATCH anchors are clearly marked and easily accessible thanks to plastic sleeves. The good backseat space means even large car seats will fit and still leave room for average-size adults in the front seats.
While you get some nice features such as smartphone integration standard, it's really in the higher trim levels that the Jetta's tech shines. Examples include the excellent upgraded stereo and flashy features such as the Digital Cockpit. Competitors give you some extras at lower trim levels, especially with driver aids.
Audio & navigation7.5
The sound quality is muddy and subpar with the base stereo. Thankfully, the upgraded Beats unit is one of the best in the class. Cars equipped with nav have a lot of display options thanks to the crisp gauge-cluster screen on higher trim levels. Graphics are clean but basic.
Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are standard across the range, and the base infotainment system defaults to using your smartphone's voice assistant even over Bluetooth. Unfortunately, smartphone nav can't be displayed on higher trim levels' Digital Cockpit screens.
VW's blind-spot monitoring and collision alert work well, and we didn't have issues with false positives. Automatic braking intervention doesn't immediately slam on the brakes, transitioning in and giving you more time to react. Adaptive cruise is standard equipment on some competitors, but it's only featured on the higher Jetta trims.
The base stereo has no native voice controls. On higher trim levels, we find VW's voice controls a bit finicky. You'll have to learn the system's specific phrasing to access various commands.
Which Jetta does Edmunds recommend?
The 2019 Jetta R-Line could be the way to go. It adds a lot of desirable features to the base Jetta S such as simulated leather upholstery, heated seats, a sunroof and 17-inch wheels. We also like that the R-Line has a blacked-out front grille that's more visually appealing than the ungainly chrome piece.
2019 Volkswagen Jetta models
The 2019 Volkswagen Jetta is a compact sedan that's available in five trims. The base S aims to undercut its competition with a lower price point without sacrificing features. The SE model adds more convenience features, while the R-Line has similar features but with different styling elements. The SEL and SEL Premium trims add enough tech to turn the Jetta into a mini luxury sedan.
All are powered by a turbocharged 1.4-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 147 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque. The base S comes with a six-speed manual transmission as standard, with an eight-speed automatic optional. The eight-speed auto is standard on the remaining trims.
Highlights for the Jetta S include 16-inch alloy wheels, LED head- and taillights, air conditioning, a 6.5-inch touchscreen-based infotainment system, a rearview camera, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity, a USB port, Bluetooth and a four-speaker sound system.
An optional Driver Assistance package adds forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert.
The Jetta SE has those features as standard plus a sunroof, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, simulated leather upholstery, heated front seats, dual-zone automatic climate control, and keyless entry with push-button start.
If you want a slightly different look, opt for the Jetta R-Line. It has similar equipment to the SE, but it rides on 17-inch alloy wheels and replaces the chrome grille and mirror caps with gloss-black pieces. A unique rear bumper finishes the look. On the inside, contrasting stitching on the steering wheel and R-Line badges remind you of your purchase. To help improve the Jetta's traction when powering out of turns aggressively, VW's XDS, an electronic differential lock, is standard on the R-Line only.
With the Jetta SEL, buyers get a taste of luxury-car life thanks to high-end features such as adaptive cruise control, an eight-speaker BeatsAudio sound system, an upgraded infotainment system with an 8-inch display, satellite and HD radio, a fully digital gauge cluster (Digital Cockpit) and an extra USB port. Other safety items such as lane keeping assist, auto high-beam control, automatic wipers, and auto-dimming rearview mirror are standard as well. Oddly, the SEL drops back down to 16-inch alloy wheels, though you do get a 10-color adjustable ambient lighting system.
A Cold Weather package is available on SE, R-Line and SEL trims. It includes a heated steering wheel, heated rear seats, a heated windshield wiper park zone, heated windshield washer nozzles, and remote start.
The SEL Premium is the icing on the cake for the Jetta line. It has the features from the Cold Weather package plus 17-inch wheels, leather upholstery, a power-adjustable driver's seat with memory settings, and a navigation system.
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5 out of 5 stars
Great Basic Car
2019 Volkswagen Jetta 1.4T S 4dr Sedan (1.4L 4cyl Turbo 8A)
I was looking for a basic commuter car for 100 mile daily round trip to work. The new Jetta looks great, understated but with some character. It is very quiet and comfortable on the road. Acceleration and handling are adequate, but nice for a base model car. Averaging 39 mpg over the first 1,500 miles with a max of 47 mpg for a 50 mile trip to work. It's great being able to drive the 500 … miles a week for commuting to work on one tank of gas. Yeah, it's the first year of a major redesign, which is usually a non-starter, but the 6 yr, 72,000 warranty puts my mind somewhat at ease. UPDATE: After 2.5 years and almost 60,000 miles the Jetta has been a great car. Still averaging around 40 mpg. Everything has held up well - looks almost new and no mechanical issues. I've been very happy with the car.
4 out of 5 stars
Pleasantly suprised by this one
Bob Patterson, 11/20/2018
2019 Volkswagen Jetta 1.4T R-Line 4dr Sedan (1.4L 4cyl Turbo 8A)
I've been car hunting, planning to buy a small sedan when my current lease is up. I've had an opportunity to spend a few days with a 2019 Jetta R-line, and I am really surprised by how much I like it. Not that I expected it to be a bad car, but I was cross-shopping against the Mazda, Subaru, Hondas, and some higher level brands like Audi and Acura. Frankly, the Jetta provides the best … bang-for-the-buck compared to the others I have tested. The interior layout is excellent, with a dashboard that puts everything exactly where you want it. Handling and stability is as good as it gets at this price point, although I think the 17" wheels are a must for this. The engine is suprisingly punchy, with plenty of jump for passing on the highway. It's also got a great selection of tech & features (Apple Carplay, drivers assist features, sun roof, LED headlights with side-turning assist, etc.) for a car in this class. The steering is tad mushy, but still responsive. It's not going to compete with the luxury cars on finishing details, but it's a great alternative at a reasonable price.
3 out of 5 stars
Improvements are in order!
Zvi Arie, 03/23/2019
2019 Volkswagen Jetta 1.4T SEL Premium 4dr Sedan (1.4L 4cyl Turbo 8A)
This car drives very nicely. Engine is peppy and transmission shifts smoothly the most of the time. Sometimes downshifts are noticeable. Suspension is on the soft side and provides comfortable ride. All the technical features in this car command an applause. Heated steering wheel, heated and ventilated front seats and heated rear seats are awesome. Digital instrument cluster and … infotainment unit are incredible and very easy to use. Beats audio system is dissent. Ambient lighting is very nice and gives the interior a warm atmosphere. Now, there are things which I personally do not like, but other people might not notice an exception. The front passenger seat is very uncomfortable. It seats low, does not have height adjustments nor lumbar support. And this is top of the line trim. It feels like I am seating flat on the floor with no back support. Long drives are not comfortable. In my opinion, this kind of cost cutting is unacceptable. The passenger seat should be afforded the same amount of adjustments as the driver seat. The materials on rear door panels look and feel very cheap. Sometimes they squeak when the temperatures are cold. There are no air vents for the rear passengers, but rear heated seats make up for it a little. The trunk insulation materials are barely present. The trunk lid and hinges are exposed and look ugly. The trunk lid itself is heavy and require a push up in order to lock in the open position. The interior lights are not LED and they are on a dim side. The rear camera does not have a projection trajectory. Overall it is a good car with an awesome fuel economy and if the manufacturer fixes these shortcomings especially with the front passenger seat adjustments, it will be even better.
5 out of 5 stars
Great economy car - Replacement for 2017 Sentra
2019 Volkswagen Jetta 1.4T S 4dr Sedan (1.4L 4cyl Turbo 6M)
Our 2017 Nissan Sentra was totaled, it was a great value car. This car will eventually go to my 16 year old when he leaves for College. So we came up with a list and I threw the Jetta on their because I saw a good deal advertised. I couldn't find any Six Speeds close to me so I didn't get to test drive the '18 model. We drove the Kia Soul, Corolla Mi and lastly we decided to drive the … Jetta. I was blown away by the Jetta and ended up buying one. The car has a lot to offer in performance and comfort. The fuel economy is great - I could get better but its so much fun to drive and I'm still getting in the mid 30's. This has car play which is a plus and gives us the GPS, etc. This car is a winner and the prices you can get are great!!! Edmunds asked me to update my review - I can say after 7,000 + miles we still love this car and believe its a winner. There are no complaints about this car except I will need to give this to my son at the end of the school year (he earned it by his grades) - it is a lot of fun drive. We ended up enjoying it so much we added an Atlas to our garage also.
2019 Volkswagen Jetta video
[MUSIC PLAYING] TRAVIS LANGNESS: So this is the new 2019 Volkswagen Jetta. And one of the things you'll notice first is these hard creases on the side, the big grille up front. We definitely like that new design. We think it looks pretty upscale, classy. And also, one of the things that Volkswagen talked about today and yesterday at the reveal is the coupe-like roofline, and how that actually doesn't impinge on rear passenger headroom. You still have the same amount of headroom in this Jetta that you did in last year's model. It's longer than before. It's now 105-inch wheelbase. It's almost Passat sized. That's only about five inches shorter than the Passat. It's wider and it's taller than the last Jetta, than the outgoing Jetta. It does have the same 1.4-liter four-cylinder turbocharged engine with actually less power than the previous year's model. It's got 147 horsepower compared to the 150 from last year. But it retains the same 184 pound feet of torque. Now we expect this new Jetta, because it's a little bit bigger, to be a little bit heavier than the outgoing model. So that might affect acceleration a little bit. But we're definitely happy with the interior. So we want to go inside, take a look, and show you just what's changed and how nice it's become on the inside of the Jetta. For starters, you look at the center console screen and the driver display screen, and they are both much nicer than before. The first time we saw this center console or TFT screen where you've got the nav transferable to the center was in the Audi TT. It's now in a couple other Volkswagen and Audi products. And center console here, this is all pretty familiar. These are buttons that we've seen in the Jetta for a while. There are a couple of hard plastics here and there, but the feel is generally upscale compared to previous models. Also, these buttons, these are very reminiscent of things like the new Audis. The new Audi A8 has similar text and displays. And also, this is a really crisp optional eight-inch screen. It also comes with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, all the major smartphone connectivity. And in general, this is a nice place to be. We've known that for a while about the Jetta. We're excited to drive with this new, longer wheelbase, as well, see if it's quieted down any, and see if the comfort levels have gone up. On top of having that nice new interior, the Volkswagen Jetta also starts at a lower base price than the outgoing model. So that's nice to hear. We assume that prices of the high-end models will be a little bit higher than the outgoing model, especially with all that nice new equipment on the interior. So that's our look at the all-new 2019 Volkswagen Jetta. Leave us your comments below, and be sure to subscribe for more videos from the Detroit Auto Show. [MUSIC PLAYING]
2019 Volkswagen Jetta First Look | Detroit Auto Show
The Volkswagen Jetta has been completely redesigned for the 2019 model year, with new, sharper looks, a new platform underneath and a redesigned interior. The new Jetta is also longer, wider and taller than the outgoing model, with a longer wheelbase and shorter overhangs, which means… a significant increase in interior volume. In the looks category it's certainly less subtle, with sharp character lines, a larger grille, and a much larger presence on the road.
2019 Jetta Highlights
- Combined MPG
- 34 MPG
- Cost to Drive
- 5 seats
- front wheel drive
- Engine Type
- 6 years / 72,000 miles
Our experts like the Jetta models:
- Blind-Spot Warning System
- Alerts you with visual and audible warnings if other vehicles are in your blind spot.
- Post-Collision Braking System
- Applies the brakes once the airbags go off to reduce the possibility of further damage during an accident.
- Forward Collision Warning
- Sounds an alert when a front collision is likely, and primes and applies the brakes if necessary.
NHTSA Overall Rating5 out of 5 stars
The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration offers independent analysis.
- Frontal Barrier Crash RatingOverall4 / 5Driver4 / 5Passenger4 / 5
- Side Crash RatingOverall5 / 5
- Side Barrier RatingOverall5 / 5Driver5 / 5Passenger5 / 5
- Combined Side Barrier & Pole RatingsFront Seat5 / 5Back Seat5 / 5
- RolloverRollover4 / 5Dynamic Test ResultNo TipRisk Of Rollover13.1%
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Used 2019 Volkswagen Jetta Overview
The Used 2019 Volkswagen Jetta is offered in the following submodels: Jetta Sedan. Available styles include 1.4T S 4dr Sedan (1.4L 4cyl Turbo 8A), 1.4T SE 4dr Sedan (1.4L 4cyl Turbo 8A), 1.4T R-Line 4dr Sedan (1.4L 4cyl Turbo 8A), 1.4T SEL 4dr Sedan (1.4L 4cyl Turbo 8A), 1.4T S 4dr Sedan (1.4L 4cyl Turbo 6M), 1.4T S ULEV 4dr Sedan (1.4L 4cyl Turbo 8A), 1.4T SE ULEV 4dr Sedan (1.4L 4cyl Turbo 8A), 1.4T R-Line ULEV 4dr Sedan (1.4L 4cyl Turbo 8A), 1.4T SEL Premium 4dr Sedan (1.4L 4cyl Turbo 8A), 1.4T SEL ULEV 4dr Sedan (1.4L 4cyl Turbo 8A), 1.4T SEL Premium w/CWP 4dr Sedan (1.4L 4cyl Turbo 8A), and 1.4T SEL Premium w/CWP ULEV 4dr Sedan (1.4L 4cyl Turbo 8A). Pre-owned Volkswagen Jetta models are available with a 1.4 L-liter gas engine, with output up to 147 hp, depending on engine type. The Used 2019 Volkswagen Jetta comes with front wheel drive. Available transmissions include: 8-speed shiftable automatic.
What's a good price on a Used 2019 Volkswagen Jetta?
Price comparisons for Used 2019 Volkswagen Jetta trim styles:
- The Used 2019 Volkswagen Jetta 1.4T S is priced between $15,947 and$24,000 with odometer readings between 7541 and98998 miles.
- The Used 2019 Volkswagen Jetta 1.4T R-Line is priced between $17,790 and$23,998 with odometer readings between 14120 and74693 miles.
- The Used 2019 Volkswagen Jetta 1.4T SE is priced between $13,696 and$23,998 with odometer readings between 13340 and144927 miles.
- The Used 2019 Volkswagen Jetta 1.4T SEL is priced between $19,250 and$24,998 with odometer readings between 14110 and59904 miles.
- The Used 2019 Volkswagen Jetta 1.4T SEL Premium is priced between $18,500 and$27,998 with odometer readings between 137 and96932 miles.
- The Used 2019 Volkswagen Jetta 1.4T S ULEV is priced between $15,171 and$21,998 with odometer readings between 29505 and135511 miles.
- The Used 2019 Volkswagen Jetta 1.4T R-Line ULEV is priced between $19,912 and$23,998 with odometer readings between 29439 and54754 miles.
- The Used 2019 Volkswagen Jetta 1.4T SEL ULEV is priced between $22,990 and$26,998 with odometer readings between 5291 and41593 miles.
- The Used 2019 Volkswagen Jetta 1.4T SE ULEV is priced between $22,998 and$23,990 with odometer readings between 9380 and56594 miles.
- The Used 2019 Volkswagen Jetta 1.4T SEL Premium w/CWP ULEV is priced between $21,998 and$25,998 with odometer readings between 25943 and86878 miles.
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Should I lease or buy a 2019 Volkswagen Jetta?
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