2017 VW Jetta changes and updates
With every new model year comes changes to the Volkswagen lineup. This only makes sense, as they company adjusts for what consumers prove they want. This year the 2017 VW Jetta changes and updates center on trim level cuts and additional available and standard features. You’ll find easier access to driver assistance safety features, which help prevent collisions. You can find the full details on what to expect, and help you decide if it’s worth the wait.
Trim cuts for the 2017 Volkswagen Jetta
Some things are not meant to last, and in the automotive world these are the things that aren’t selling. That said, Volkswagen has opted to cut both the Jetta Hybrid and the Jetta Sport from its lineup. This creates a simpler array of trim levels, with just the SE, SEL and SEL Premium and GLI SE available.
Compare: 2016 Volkswagen Jetta Research
Trim cuts aren’t all bad though, as Volkswagen has put the focus on adding more value to the remaining options. Each remaining trim level receives additional features to add value no matter which one catches your attention.
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As you can see, Volkswagen is putting the primary focus for the 2017 Volkswagen Jetta on adding more driver assistance features at an affordable price. The 2016 Volkswagen Jetta earned a Top Safety Pick+ rating from the IIHS for its optional Forward Collision Warning with Autonomous Emergency breaking. For 2017, this feature is standard starting at the SEL trim.
No word is out yet on 2017 pricing, but we’ll know more once the models start rolling into our inventory. Until then, be sure to check back here at the Trend Motors Blog for updates.