Fooled you all
This is Volkswagens joint venture FAWs 2010 Jetta MKII not much has changed apart from the La Semplicta look from the 2010 Golf.
2010 FAW Volkswagen Jetta
2001 Jetta VR6 5 Speed
A4 door panels and shifter
A5 steering wheel
But seriously, rear end and tails aside, i like it. You do realize that if someone on here would build one in their garage with same parts, everyone would be drooling. But no one on here would go for that ASS, eee, excuse me rear end!
seriously, how much more expensive would it be to manufacture a Mk3 chassis over a Mk2 chassis??? There is nothing wrong with the Mk2 but the lines would probably flow so much better with an Mk3 rear body IMHO.
GARDEN STATE EUROS
LHD Mk3 Jetta & RHD Mk3.5 Cabrio
Dash Rado with Cluster,buttoms and Stereo from MK4
They should bring MKII Jetta to the U.S. with a VR6 24V Motor
I am a Volkswagen lover. An old school Volkswagen lover. If you personally asked me, I would say the new sport Volkswagens are just simply not cutting the mustard. why? Volkswagen is trying to get to a little too luxurious, which is not a good thing. All of the VW's from the early 80s up until 2003 are the ones that will be remembered for a lifetime including the first Volkswagen beetle that came out. For some odd reason, I'm just not feeling the new Jetta, but do approve the new GTI. However, Volkswagen needs to reshuffle your automotive game, and bring out an improved and upgraded sport version of the VW Corrado. Additionally, the 97 to 99 Volkswagen GTI GLX VR-six is a classic, along with the Jetta Wolfsburg edition. They need to bring out that body style of Jetta in 2012, with upgraded features. But definitely, VW does need to bring out the 2012 Corrado. Can we look forward to seeing a Corrado with the W 12 engine in it? :-)
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( . Y . ) boost gets you boobies naaaa'meaan
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