OEM+ Bi-Xenon HIDs | Front & Rear Fogs | Highline CECM | Euroswitch | RNS-510 HW:08 SW:1140 w/ Software VIM | Backup Camera | 9W7 | Dash Cubby | Aspherical Mirrors | GTI Steering Wheel w/ .:R Badge | GTI 6MT Shift Knob | GTI E-Brake Boot | GTI Pedals | GTI 18" Detroits
Not so OEM+ Koni Coilovers | Gentex Homelink Mirror | Yaesu FTM-350AR
GIAC Stage 2+ ECU and TCU//CTS Downpipe, Intake, BOV, Turbo Inlet Pipe, Throttle Pipe and Discharge Pipe//Eurocode Turbo Muffler Delete//B&B Exhaust//Unitronic Intercooler//BFI Engine and Transmission Mounts//034 Torque Mount Insert and Rear Subframe Inserts//Neuspeed Rse10//Maxton V.1 Lip Spolier//New South Boost Gauge and Vent Pod//Pinalloy Paddles//Golf R Euro LED Tails
In our opinion, the Jetta does need help, but fortunately the help doesn't need to be major. The proportions are attractive and there are some distinct B8 A4 cues. Our J6 with just a reasonably lowered suspension and more aggressive wheels and tires has already made more than a few people say things like, "You know, that's actually a pretty good looking car," or, "Wow, that looks more like an Audi than I realized."
The headlights and grille are a bit boring, the rear bumper is too Camry-esque, and those front fangs are, in our opinion, potential deal-breakers. But as luck would have it, we have fixes planned for all of that