2011 Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen Review

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The 2011 Volkswagen Jetta SprtWagen is a wagon that still makes a lot of sense. The 2011 Jetta SportWagen is one of VW's vehicles that comes with a diesel option that it being praised in diesel friendly circles. The 2011 SportWagen is powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder that give 140-horsepower. While there's an option for a 6-speed DSG automatic transmission, you can opt for the 6-speed manual.

The exterior of the SportWagen has style and has stayed away from taking a square and boxy appearance. The 2011 also comes with an optional extended sunroof, but even with this addition there is still ample headroom up front and to the rear. It also sports easy to use controls for climate control, and the interior has been built with excellent materials.

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