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    Not too heavy, not too light may be just right for some, but the Volkswagen Jetta continues to be a case of not being a small car but not being a medium car either. Whether that will make it just right or just a compromise for buyers shopping in each segment continues to be debatable, but for the new-year Volkswagen has helped make things a little clearer. When your car approaches four years old — this second generation Jetta came out in late — a manufacturer can either give its model a visual spruce-up or dramatically lower prices, and Volkswagen has done the latter.

    The Toyota sedan is one of the largest models in the small car class, but the Volkswagen sedan is more sizeable again. At millimetres long, it stretches 39mm further; at mm wide it pushes a scant 2mm more from door mirror to door mirror; though with a height figure of mm it is 7mm lower.

    So that gives some context about where Volkswagen has repositioned the Jetta. What you gain in size, you do lose in standard equipment versus small car competitors, however. Missing, though, is any form of colour screen, let alone a touchscreen for the audio system, and more disappointingly there is no reverse-view camera or rear parking sensors on this base model.

    What you do get over the small car competition is an engine designed to propel a medium car. When up and running the Volkswagen Jetta feels like a class and cut above.

    It may be based on an old Golf platform, with a soon-superseded engine, but few sedans are this roomy, effortless and comfortable on the road for this price. The steering is medium weighted and enjoyable to twirl, the multi-link independent rear suspension teams with the front-end to deliver impressively supple but disciplined ride quality particularly versus the lumpy torsion bar rear-end of the Octavia and the engine purrs away in the background.

    In terms of legroom, particularly in the rear, the Jetta has the game sewn up. Along with a nicely tilted backrest, long-legged teens will be able to stretch out with space to spare. The focus is definitely on function rather than form up front. The base Jetta feels barren; from the hard and scratchy door trims to the lack of any colour on the main dashboard, this is clearly a sedan designed to have a completely different set of priorities compared with the high-class Golf.

    There is nothing wrong with being roomy and comfortable, however, not least when you can throw many bags beneath the rear boot lid and easily wipe off any mess little kids may have made on the hard door trims.

    What Volkswagen needs to take more seriously, even at this level, is technology and connectivity. While the Bluetooth system is complicated to initially sync with, once your phone is connected it will pick up quickly and effortlessly every time. The Volkswagen Jetta range may have taken a pricing plunge, but as with the Skoda Octavia it clearly still asks that you make sacrifices in terms of equipment and technology compared with other competition.

    Although ageing, then, the Jetta is still a very sensible, functional and capable small-to-medium sedan. Visit our Volkswagen Showroom. Perhaps the Volkswagen Jetta is just right? Meanwhile the Skoda measures the same length but is full 36mm wider than its Group sibling. News 21st Apr Volkswagen Jetta recalled for brake issue …. What you are rewarded with in the here and now is a superbly smooth and responsive engine.

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