October 18, 2014 by Joey Wang
The new Volkswagen Jetta Sportline has been launched on the Chinese auto market, priced at 134.800 yuan. The Jetta Sportline is a sporty variant of the China-only Volkswagen Jetta sedan. The Sportline comes with a racy body kit, a sporty black upper grille, a sporty black lower grille, a subtle spoiler at the back, speedy multispoke alloys, and some sporty stitching inside.
October 5, 2013 by Tycho de Feijter
A very colorful Volkswagen Jetta, seen in central Beijing by reader Jacco B., thank you for the picture! The jolly Jetta was wrapped in a surprising combination of matte orange, matte purple, matte yellow, and matte green, and is further sexed up by racy tires with sporty double-four spoke alloys, fake air boxes on the bonnet, red tinted headlights, black windows, and a huge green wing on the back. A true work of art this Jetta is!
The Volkswagen Jetta MK2 was made in China from 1991 until March this year when it was finally replaced by the all-new Jetta. The MK2 was an extremely popular car, loved for its fault-free character and pure basic transport functionality. It also was, and likely will be for a long time to come, very popular to make-more-pretty.
July 18, 2013 by Tycho de Feijter
A taxi driver takes a nap in his Volkswagen Jetta taxi on a quiet lane in Beijing around lunchtime, seen not far from the CarNewsChina.com office towers in the capital. The driver’s yellow shirt hangs neatly on the a hook inside the vehicle. Taxi drivers in Beijing are required to wear a yellow shirt since the 2008 Olympic Games. Failing to wear their yellow shirt can result in heavy fines, but the rules don’t say anything about napping time.
May 6, 2013 by Tycho de Feijter
The very first spy shots of a very cheap new Volkswagen Jetta testing in China. The new Volkswagen Jetta was launched on the Chinese car market in March, priced from 82.800 to 119.300 yuan. At the time of launch we were surprised about the rather high price, where 70.000 yuan was expected for the cheapest variant. It now seems Volkswagen had a cheapo ready anyway, and it loox the deal…
March 19, 2013 by Tycho de Feijter
This is the very first new Volkswagen Jetta I met in person in China, parked behind the new and still secret Volkswagen Sagitar GLI in central Beijing. The Jetta was extremely dusty, as if it drove all the way from the factory in Changchun to the capital, in a sand storm. I passed by the same place again this morning and both cars were still there, unattended and looking kinda sad…
March 11, 2013 by Tycho de Feijter
The new Volkswagen Jetta has been launched on the Chinese auto market, price starts at 82.800 yuan and ends at 119.300 yuan. Price is higher than expected, Volkswagen earlier on indicated (but never confirmed) that the new Jetta would be available from 70.000 yuan.
January 11, 2013 by Tycho de Feijter
Finally we have a good look at the new Volkswagen Jetta. It debuted on the Chengdu Auto Show in August last year, production started in November and it will be launched on the Chinese auto market in March. The Volkswagen Jetta is made in China by the FAW-Volkswagen joint venture.
December 10, 2012 by W.E. Ning
The new Volkswagen Jetta will be launched on the China car market in March next year. The new Jetta was originally scheduled for launch in December this year and was first delayed to January. Now it has been delayed again to March, but at least we know for sure production in Volkswagen’s Chengdu factory has started.
December 6, 2012 by W.E. Ning
The good owner of a Volkswagen Jetta decided to get a bit green, for the penguins and such and such. He constructed a nice little lawn and fitted it all on the roof of his vehicle. This now, won’t help much. The lawn ads weight and the construction causes extra drag, so in the end the vehicle will use much more fuel.
November 30, 2012 by Tycho de Feijter
Small batch production of the new Volkswagen Jetta has begun in the new FAW-Volkswagen factory in Chengdu, Sichuan Province. The new Volkswagen Jetta debuted on the Chengdu Auto Show in August but it was not on the Guangzhou Auto Show last week, fueling even more speculation about the Jetta being delayed. According to the original plan it was supposed to hit the Chinese auto market in December, that became January and it will likely be later still.