2002 volkswagen jetta

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2002 Volkswagen Jetta

Retail Price

$16,850 - $26,825MSRP / Window Sticker Price

Engine2.0L I-4
MPG24 City / 31 Hwy
Seating5 Passengers
Transmission5-spd man w/OD
Power115 @ 5200 rpm
Drivetrainfront-wheel
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2002 Volkswagen Jetta Specifications

4-Door Sedan GL Automatic

4-Door Sedan GL Manual

4-Door Sedan GL TDI Automatic

4-Door Sedan GL TDI Manual

4-Door Sedan GLI VR6 Manual

4-Door Sedan GLS Automatic

4-Door Sedan GLS Manual

4-Door Sedan GLS TDI Automatic

4-Door Sedan GLS TDI Manual

4-Door Sedan GLS Turbo Automatic w/Tiptronic

4-Door Sedan GLS Turbo Manual

4-Door Sedan GLS VR6 Automatic

4-Door Sedan GLS VR6 Manual

4-Door Sedan GLX VR6 Automatic

4-Door Sedan GLX VR6 Automatic w/Tiptronic

4-Door Sedan GLX VR6 Manual

4-Door Wgn GL Automatic

4-Door Wgn GL Manual

4-Door Wgn GL TDI Automatic

4-Door Wgn GL TDI Manual

4-Door Wgn GLS Automatic

4-Door Wgn GLS Manual

4-Door Wgn GLS TDI Automatic

4-Door Wgn GLS TDI Manual

4-Door Wgn GLS Turbo Automatic w/Tiptronic

4-Door Wgn GLS Turbo Manual

4-Door Wgn GLS VR6 Automatic

4-Door Wgn GLS VR6 Manual

4-Door Wgn GLX VR6 Automatic

4-Door Wgn GLX VR6 Manual

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2002 Volkswagen Jetta - Specs

All dimensions are in inches unless otherwise noted.

Engine

GL 2.0L

GL 1.9L TDI

Type

2.0L, 4-cylinder, in-line

1.9L, 4-cylinder, in-line, turbo-charged, direct injection

Bore, in

3.25

3.13

Stroke, in

3.65

3.76

Displacement, in3

121.0

115.7

Compression Ratio

10.0:1

19.5:1

Horsepower (SAE) @ rpm

115 @ 5200 (85 kW @ 5200)

90 @ 3750 (66 kW @ 3750)

Max. torque, lbs-ft @ rpm

122 @ 2600 (165 Nm @ 2600)

155 @ 1900 (210 Nm @ 1900)

Fuel Requirement

Regular Unleaded

Diesel


Engine Design

GL 2.0L

GL 1.9L TDI

Arrangement

Front mounted, transverse

Front mounted, transverse

Cylinder Block

Cast iron

Cast iron

Crank Shaft

Cast iron, five main bearings

Forged steel, five main bearings

Cylinder Head

Aluminum alloy, cross flow

Aluminum alloy, cross flow

Valve Train

Single overhead camshaft, spur belt driven with semi-automatic belt tensioner, two valves per cylinder, maintenance free hydraulic lifters, single coil valve springs

Single overhead camshaft, spur belt driven, two valves per cylinder, maintenance free hydraulic lifters, single valve springs

Cooling System

Water cooled, water pump, cross flow radiator, double thermostatically controlled electric 2-speed radiator fan

Water cooled, water pump, cross flow radiator, thermostatically controlled electric 3-speed radiator fan

Lubrication

Rotary internal gear pump, intermediate shaft driven, oil cooler

Rotary gear pump, intermediate shaft driven, oil cooler

Fuel/Air Supply

Sequential multi-point fuel injection (Motronic)

Electronically controlled direct injection (EDC), turbocharger

Emissions

OBD II, ULEV, 3-way catalytic converter with two oxygen sensors (up - and downstream), enhanced evaporation system (California cars with secondary air injection pump), onboard refueling vapor recovery

OBD D, Tier I, catalytic converter, water-cooled EGR system, onboard refueling vapor recovery (ORVR)


Electrical System

GL 2.0L

GL 1.9L TDI

Alternator,
Volts / Amp

14 / 70 (90 with A/C)

14 / 70 (90 with A/C)

Battery, Volts
(Amp Hours)

12 (63)

12 (80)

Ignition

Digital electronic, with knock sensor

Compression ignition

Firing Order

1-3-4-2

1-3-4-2


Drivetrain

GL 2.0L

GL 1.9L TDI

Drivetrain

Front Wheel Drive

Front Wheel Drive

Transmission Gear Ratio

Manual

Manual

1st

3.78:1

3.78:1

2nd

2.12:1

2.12:1

3rd

1.36:1

1.36:1

4th

1.03:1

0.97:1

5th

0.84:1

0.76:1

Reverse

3.06:1

3.60:1

Final

4.24:1

3.39:1

Transmission Gear Ratio

Automatic

Automatic

1st

2.71:1

2.71:1

2nd

1.44:1

1.44:1

3rd

1.00:1

1.00.1

4th

0.74:1

0.74:1

5th

0.00:1

0.00:1

Reverse

2.11:1

2.88:1

Final

4.88:1

3.20:1


Capacities

GL 2.0L

GL 1.9L TDI

Engine Oil (with filter), qt

4.2

4.8

Fuel Tank, gal

14.5

14.5

Coolant System, qt

5.8

6.7

Wiper Fluid, qt

3.2

3.2


Steering

GL 2.0L

GL 1.9L TDI

Type

Rack and pinion, power assisted

Rack and pinion, power assisted

Turns (lock to lock)

3.00

3.00

Turning Circle (curb to curb), ft

35.8

35.8

Ratio

15.6:1

15.6:1


Interior Volumes - SAE

GL 2.0L

GL 1.9L TDI

EPA

Compact

Compact

Passenger Volume, ft3

87

87

Trunk Volume, ft3

13

13

Seating Capacity

5

5

Volume, Front/Rear, ft3

49.3/37.6

49.3/37.6

Head Room, Front/Rear, in

38.6/36.9

38.6/36.9

Shoulder Room, Front/Rear, in

53.7/52.5

53.7/52.5

Leg Room, Front/Rear, in

41.5/33.5

41.5/33.5


Body, Chassis and Suspension

GL 2.0L

GL 1.9L TDI

Type

Unitized construction, bolt-on front fenders

Unitized construction, bolt-on front fenders

Front Suspension

Independent McPherson struts, coil springs, telescopic shock absorbers, 23 mm integrated stabilizer bar

Independent McPherson struts, coil springs, telescopic shock absorbers, 23 mm integrated stabilizer bar

Rear Suspension

Independent torsion beam axle, coil springs, telescopic gas pressurized shock absorbers, 18 mm stabilizer bar

Independent torsion beam axle, coil springs, telescopic gas pressurized shock absorbers, 18 mm stabilizer bar

Service Brake

Power assisted, dual circuit, vented 280 x 22mm front discs and 232 x 9 mm solid rear discs

Power assisted, dual circuit, vented 280 x 22mm front discs and 232 x 9 mm solid rear discs

Anti Lock Braking System

Standard, all four wheels, 3-channel with electronic brake pressure distribution

Standard, all four wheels, 3-channel with electronic brake pressure distribution

Parking Brake

Mechanical, effective on rear wheels

Mechanical, effective on rear wheels

Wheels

6J x 15" steel wheels

6J x 15" steel wheels (6J x 15 alloy wheels standard on automatic TDI)

Tires

P195/65 R 15 H all weather tires

P195/65 R 15 H all weather tires

Drag Coefficient

.30

.30


Exterior Dimensions

GL 2.0L

GL 1.9L TDI

Wheelbase, in

98.9

98.9

Track, Front/Rear, in

59.6/58.8

59.6/58.8

Length, in

172.3

172.3

Width, in

68.3

68.3

Height, in

56.9

56.9

Ground Clearance, in

4.1

4.1


Fuel Consumption

GL 2.0L

GL 1.9L TDI

City, mpg, Manual Transmission*

24

42

City, mpg, Automatic Transmission*

22

34

Highway, mpg, Manual Transmission*

31

49

Highway, mpg, Automatic Transmission*

28

45

Performance 0 - 60 mph, Manual Transmission*

10.5

12.4

Performance 0 - 60 mph, Automatic Transmission*

11.7

14.6

*EPA fuel mileage estimates. Your mileage may vary.

Engine

GLS 2.0L

GLS 1.9L TDI

GLS 2.8L VR6

GLS 1.8T

Type

2.0L, 4-cylinder, in-line

1.9L, 4-cylinder, in-line, turbo-charged direct injection

6-cylinder, 15 degree V, gasoline

4-cylinder, in-line

Bore, in

3.25

3.13

3.19

3.19

Stroke, in

3.65

3.76

3.56

3.40

Displacement, in3

121.0

115.7

170.3

108.6

Compression Ratio

10.0:1

19.5:1

10.0:1

9.5:1

Horsepower (SAE) @ rpm

115 @ 5200 (85 kW @ 5200)

90 @ 3750 (66 kW @ 3750)

174 @ 5800 (128 kW @ 5800)

180 @ 5500 (132 kW @ 5500)

Max. torque, lbs-ft @ rpm

122 @ 2600 (165 Nm @ 2600)

155 @ 1900 (210 Nm @ 1900)

181 @ 3200 (245 Nm @ 3200)

174 @ 1950-5000 (235 Nm @ 5000)

Fuel Requirement

Regular unleaded

Diesel

Premium recommended for maximum performance

Premium unleaded recommended for maximum performance


Engine Design

GLS 2.0L

GLS 1.9L TDI

GLS 2.8L VR6

GLS 1.8T

Arrangement

Front mounted, transverse

Front mounted, transverse

Front mounted, transverse

Front mounted, transverse

Cylinder Block

Cast iron

Cast iron

Cast iron

Cast iron

Crank Shaft

Cast iron, five main bearings

Forged steel, five main bearings

Forged steel, seven main bearings

Forged steel, five main bearings

Cylinder Head

Aluminum alloy, cross flow

Aluminum alloy, cross flow

Aluminum alloy, cross flow

Aluminum alloy, cross flow

Valve Train

Single overhead camshaft, spur belt driven with semi-automatic belt tensioner, two valves per cylinder, maintenance free hydraulic lifters, single coil valve springs

Single overhead camshaft, spur belt driven, two valves per cylinder, maintenance free hydraulic lifters, single valve springs

Dual overhead camshaft, chain driven, two valves per cylinder, maintenance free hydraulic lifters

Double overhead camshaft, spur belt driven, five valves per cylinder, maintenance free hydraulic lifters

Cooling System

Water cooled, water pump, cross flow radiator, double thermostatically controlled electric 2-speed radiator fan

Water cooled, water pump, cross flow radiator, thermostatically controlled electric 3-speed radiator fan

Water cooled, water pump, cross flow radiator, thermostatically controlled electric 3-speed radiator fan

Water cooled, water pump, cross flow radiator, thermostatically controlled electric radiator fan

Lubrication

Rotary internal gear pump, intermediate shaft driven, oil cooler

Rotary gear pump, intermediate shaft driven, oil cooler

Rotary gear pump, oil cooler

Rotary gear pump, chain driven, oil cooler

Fuel/Air Supply

Sequential multi-point fuel injection (Motronic)

Electronically controlled direct injection (EDC), turbocharger

Sequential multi-point fuel injection (Motronic), electronic throttle, variable intake manifold

Sequential multi-point fuel injection (ME 7.1), turbo charger

Emissions

OBD II, ULEV, 3-way catalytic converter with two oxygen sensors (up - and downstream), enhanced evaporation system (California cars with secondary air injection pump), onboard refueling vapor recovery system

OBD D, Tier I, catalytic converter, water-cooled EGR system, onboard refueling vapor recovery (ORVR)

OBD II, LEV, 3-way catalytic converter with two oxygen sensors (up - and downstream), secondary air injection pump, onboard refueling vapor recovery (ORVR)

OBD II, LEV, 3-way catalytic converted with two oxygen sensors, onboard refueling vapor recover (ORVR)


Electrical System

GLS 2.0L

GLS 1.9L TDI

GLS 2.8L VR6

GLS 1.8T

Alternator,
Volts / Amp

14 / 70 (90 with A/C)

14 / 70 (90 with A/C)

14 / 90

14 / 120

Battery, Volts (Amp Hours)

12 (63)

12 (80)

12 (63)

12 (60)

Ignition

Digital electronic with knock sensor

Compression ignition

Digital electronic with dual knock sensors

Digital electronic with knock sensor

Firing Order

1-3-4-2

1-3-4-2

1-5-3-6-2-4

1-3-4-2


Drivetrain

GLS 2.0L

GLS 1.9L TDI

GLS 2.8L VR6

GLS 1.8T

Drivetrain

Front Wheel Drive

Front Wheel Drive

Front Wheel Drive

Front Wheel Drive

Transmission Gear Ratios

Manual

Manual

Manual

Manual

   1st

3.78

3.78

3.62

3.30

   2nd

2.12

2.12

2.07

1.94

   3rd

1.36

1.36

1.47

1.31

   4th

1.03

0.97

1.04

1.03

   5th

0.84

0.76

0.84

0.84

Reverse

3.06

3.60

3.17

3.06

Final

4.24

3.39

3.39

3.65

Transmission Gear Ratios

Automatic

Automatic

Automatic

Automatic

   1st

2.71

2.71

2.71

3.80

   2nd

1.44

1.44

1.44

2.13

   3rd

1.00

1.00

1.00

1.36

   4th

0.74

0.74

0.74

0.94

Reverse

2.11

2.88

2.88

2.97

Final

4.88

3.20

4.27

4.44


Capacities

GLS 2.0L

GLS 1.9L TDI

GLS 2.8L VR6

GLS 1.8T

Engine Oil
(with filter), qt

4.2

4.8

5.8

4.8

Fuel Tank, gal

14.5

14.5

14.5

14.5

Coolant System, qt

5.8

6.7

11.1

7.4

Wiper Fluid, qt

3.2

3.2

3.2

3.2


Steering

GLS 2.0L

GLS 1.9L TDI

GLS 2.8L VR6

GLS 1.8T

Type

Rack and pinion, power assisted

Rack and pinion, power assisted

Rack and pinion, power assisted

Rack and pinion, power assisted

Turns
(lock to lock)

3.00

3.00

3.00

3.04

Turning Circle (curb to curb), ft

35.8

35.8

35.8

35.8

Ratio

15.6:1

15.6:1

15.6:1

15.6:1


Interior Volumes - SAE

GLS 2.0L

GLS 1.9L TDI

GLS 2.8L VR6

GLS 1.8T

EPA

Compact

Compact

Compact

Compact

Passenger Volume, ft3

87

87

87

87

Trunk Volume, ft3

13.0

13.0

13.0

13.0

Seating Capacity

5

5

5

5

Volume, Front/Rear, ft3

49.3/37.6

49.3/37.6

49.3/37.6

49.3/37.6

Head Room, Front/Rear, in

38.6/36.9

38.6/36.9

38.6/36.9

38.6/36.9

Shoulder Room, Front/Rear, in

53.7/52.5

53.7/52.5

53.7/52.5

53.7/52.5

Leg Room, Front/Rear, in

41.5/33.5

41.5/33.5

41.5/33.5

41.5/33.5


Body, Chassis and Suspension

GLS 2.0L

GLS 1.9L TDI

GLS 2.8L VR6

GLS 1.8T

Type

Unitized construction, bolt-on front fenders

Unitized construction, bolt-on front fenders

Unitized construction, bolt-on front fenders

Unitized construction, bolt-on front fenders

Front Suspension

Independent McPherson struts, coil springs, telescopic shock absorbers, 23 mm integrated stabilizer bar

Independent McPherson struts, coil springs, telescopic shock absorbers, 23 mm integrated stabilizer bar

Independent McPherson struts, coil springs, telescopic shock absorbers, 23 mm integrated stabilizer bar

Independent McPherson struts, coil springs, telescopic shock absorbers, 23 mm integrated stabilizer bar

Rear Suspension

Independent torsion beam axle, coil springs, telescopic gas pressurized shock absorbers, 18 mm stabilizer bar

Independent torsion beam axle, coil springs, telescopic gas pressurized shock absorbers, 18 mm stabilizer bar

Independent torsion beam axle, coil springs, telescopic gas pressurized shock absorbers, 18 mm stabilizer bar

Independent torsion beam axle, coil springs, telescopic gas pressurized shock absorbers, 18 mm stabilizer bar

Service Brake

Power assisted, dual circuit, vented 280 x 22mm front discs and 232 x 9 mm solid rear discs

Power assisted, dual circuit, vented 280 x 22mm front discs and 232 x 9 mm solid rear discs

Power assisted, dual circuit, vented 280 x 22mm front discs and 232 x 9 mm solid rear discs

Power assisted, dual circuit, vented 288 x 25mm front discs and 232 x 9mm solid rear discs

Anti Lock Braking System

Standard, all four wheels, 3-channel with electronic brake pressure distribution

Standard, all four wheels, 3-channel with electronic brake pressure distribution

Standard, all four wheels, 3-channel with electronic brake pressure distribution

Standard, all four wheels, 3-channel with electronic brake pressure distribution

Parking Brake

Mechanical, effective on rear wheels

Mechanical, effective on rear wheels

Mechanical, effective on rear wheels

Mechanical, effective on rear wheels

Wheels

6 J x 15" steel wheels (optional 6J x 15 alloy wheels)

6Jx15", steel wheels (optional 6Jx15 alloy wheels standard on automatic TDI, optional on manual TDI)

6 J x 15" steel wheels (optional 6 1/2 J x 15 alloy wheels)

6 J x 15" steel wheels

Tires

P195/65 R 15 H all weather tires

P195/65 R 15 H all weather tires

195/65 R 15 H all weather tires(optional P205/55 R 16 H all weather tires)

P195/65 R 15 H all weather tires

Drag Coefficient

.30

.30

.30

.30


Exterior Dimensions

GLS 2.0L

GLS 1.9L TDI

GLS 2.8L VR6

GLS 1.8T

Wheelbase, in

98.9

98.9

98.9

98.9

Track, Front/Rear, in

59.6/58.8

59.6/58.8

59.6/58.8

59.6/58.8

Length, in

172.3

172.3

172.3

172.3

Overall Width, in

68.3

68.3

68.3

68.3

Height, in

56.9

56.9

56.9

56.7

Ground Clearance, in

4.1

4.1

4.1

4.1


Weights

GLS 2.0L

GLS 1.9L TDI

GLS 2.8L VR6

GLS 1.8T

Curb Weight, lb,
Manual Transmission

2,908

2,983

3,054

3,037

Curb Weight, lb,
Automatic Transmission

2,959

3,025

3,107

3,155

Payload, lb,
Manual Transmission

930

935

948

952

Payload, lb,
Automatic Transmission

945

933

939

966


Fuel Consumption

GLS 2.0L

GLS 1.9L TDI

GLS 2.8L VR6

GLS 1.8T

City, mpg,
Manual Transmission*

24

42

19

24

City, mpg,
Automatic Transmission*

22

34

19

22

Highway, mpg,
Manual Transmission*

31

49

28

31

Highway, mpg,
Automatic Transmission*

28

45

26

29

Performance 0 - 60 mph,
Manual Transmission*

10.5

12.4

8

7.7

Performance 0 - 60 mph,
Automatic Transmission*

11.7

14.6

8.7

8.9

* EPA fuel mileage estimates. Your mileage may vary

Engine

GLX 2.8L VR6

Type

6-cylinder, 15 degree V, gasoline

Bore, in

3.19

Stroke, in

3.56

Displacement, in3

170.3

Compression Ratio

10.0:1

Horsepower (SAE) @ rpm

174 @ 5800 (128 kW @ 5800)

Max. torque, lbs-ft @ rpm

181 @ 3200 (245 Nm @ 3200)

Fuel Requirement

Premium recommended for maximum performance


Engine Design

GLX 2.8L VR6

Arrangement

Front mounted, transverse

Cylinder Block

Cast iron

Crank Shaft

Forged steel, seven main bearings

Cylinder Head

Aluminum alloy, cross flow

Valve Train

Dual overhead camshaft, chain driven, two valves per cylinder, maintenance free hydraulic lifters

Cooling System

Water cooled, water pump, cross flow radiator, thermostatically controlled electric 3-speed radiator fan

Lubrication

Rotary gear pump, oil cooler

Fuel/Air Supply

Sequential multi-point fuel injection (Motronic), electronic throttle, variable intake manifold

Emissions

OBD II, LEV, 3-way catalytic converter with two oxygen sensors (up - and downstream), secondary air injection pump, onboard refueling vapor recovery (ORVR)


Electrical System

GLX 2.8L VR6

Alternator, Volts / Amp

14 / 90

Battery, Volts (Amp Hours)

12 (63)

Ignition

Digital electronic with dual knock sensors

Firing Order

1-5-3-6-2-4


Drivetrain

GLX 2.8L VR6

Drivetrain

Front Wheel Drive

Transmission Gear Ratio

Manual

Automatic

   1st

3.62:1

2.71:1

   2nd

2.07:1

1.44:1

   3rd

1.47:1

1.00:1

   4th

1.04:1

0.74:1

   5th

0.84:1

0.00:1

Reverse

3.17:1

2.88:1

Final Drive

3.39:1

4.27:1


Capacities

GLX 2.8L VR6

Engine Oil (with filter), qt

5.8

Fuel Tank, gal

14.5

Coolant System, qt

11.1

Wiper Fluid, qt

3.2


Steering

GLX 2.8L VR6

Type

Rack and pinion, power assisted

Turns (lock to lock)

3.00

Turning Circle (curb to curb), ft

35.8

Ratio

15.6:1


Interior Volumes - SAE

GLX 2.8L VR6

EPA

Compact

Passenger Volume, ft3

85

Trunk Volume, ft3

13

Seating Capacity

5

Volume, Front/Rear, ft3

48.2/37.1

Head Room, Front/Rear, in

37.4/36.5

Shoulder Room, Front/Rear, in

53.7/52.5

Leg Room, Front/Rear, in

41.5/33.5


Body, Chassis and Suspension

GLX 2.8L VR6

Type

Unitized construction, bolt-on front fenders

Front Suspension

Independent McPherson struts, coil springs, telescopic shock absorbers, 23mm integrated stabilizer bar

Rear Suspension

Independent torsion beam axle, coil springs, telescopic gas pressurized shock absorbers, 18 mm stabilizer bar

Service Brake

Power assisted, dual circuits, vented 280 x 22 mm front discs and 232 x 9 mm solid rear discs

Anti Lock Braking System

Standard, all 4 wheels, 3-channel with electronic brake pressure distribution

Parking Brake

Mechanical, effective on rear wheels

Wheels

6 1/2 J x 16" alloy wheels

Tires

P205/55 R 16 H all weather tires

Drag Coefficient

.30


Exterior Dimensions

GLX 2.8L VR6

Wheelbase, in

98.9

Track, Front/Rear, in

59.6/58.8

Length, in

172.3

Width, in

68.3

Height, in

56.9

Ground Clearance, in

4.1


Weights

GLX 2.8L VR6

Curb Weight, lb, Manual Transmission

3,144

Curb Weight, lb, Automatic Transmission

3,184

Payload, lb, Manual Transmission

935

Payload, lb, Automatic Transmission

939


Fuel Consumption

GLX 2.8L VR6

City, mpg, Manual Transmission*

19

City, mpg, Automatic Transmission*

19

Highway, mpg, Manual Transmission*

28

Highway, mpg, Automatic Transmission*

26

Performance 0 - 60 mph, Manual Transmission*

8

Performance 0 - 60 mph, Automatic Transmission*

8.7

*EPA fuel mileage estimates. Your mileage may vary.
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Volkswagen jetta 2002

2002 Volkswagen Jetta

The Volkswagen Jetta is the best-selling European import on the U.S. market. It's available in any guise. There's a low-cost sedan, a frugal diesel, a sports sedan, and a sport wagon.

If you want a sports sedan, there's the Jetta GLS 1.8T and the new Jetta GLI. Power is up for both the 1.8T and the VR6. Volkswagen retuned the 1.8-liter turbocharged engine to produce 180 horsepower. The mid-year return of the Jetta GLI model includes a big power boost for the 2.8-liter VR6 engine, which jumps to 200 horsepower.

Model Lineup

Jetta comes in eight permutations, including four trim levels and four engines: GL 2.0L ($16,850); GL TDI ($18,145); GLS 2.0L ($17,900); GLS TDI ($18,950); GLS 1.8T ($19,550); GLS 2.8L VR6 ($20,200); GLI 2.8L VR6 ($22,950); GLX 2.8L VR6 ($24,700). The Jetta is also offered as a station wagon, including the GL 2.0L ($17,650); GLS 2.0L ($18,700); GLS 1.8T; GLX 2.8L VR6 ($25,500).

GL is the entry level, providing access to VW's build quality at a reasonable price. Its 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine produces a meager 115 horsepower, but makes up for it with a 24/31 mpg city/highway EPA fuel economy rating. Like all Jettas, it has four doors, and it comes with full body color exterior trim, 15-inch steel wheels with full wheel covers, intermittent wipers, rear window and side mirror defrosters, power locks, AM/FM/cassette, manual remote mirrors, HVAC filter, cloth interior, air conditioning and side curtain and seat airbags, but you'll have to crank your windows manually.

GL TDI is powered by a turbodiesel; it's rated at just 90 horsepower, but that's deceiving because it is not at all sluggish with its 155 foot-pounds of torque. And the 34/49 mpg city/highway EPA rating is not overstated, according to TDI owners. Cruise control is standard.

GLS adds power mirrors, front center armrest, cruise control, AM/FM/cassette/CD, velour interior, power windows.

GLS 1.8T includes the 180-horsepower turbocharged four-cylinder engine and an electronic differential lock.

GLX not only gets the VR6 six-cylinder engine, but also projector lens foglamps, 16-inch alloy wheels, heated windshield washer nozzles and rain sensor windshield wipers, automatic climate control, trip computer, automatic dimming inside rearview mirror, driver and passenger 8-way power seats, manual rear sunshade, leather seats, steering wheel and so on, and real wood trim.

The GLI, Volkswagen's highest-powered V6 car, comes with a 6-speed manual transmission, spin-controlling ESP technology, 17-inch alloy wheels, dual chome exhaust, special sports seats and leather-covered steering wheel.

Walkaround

The Jetta looks just as expensive inside as it does outside. The layout is simple and straightforward. Our silver Jetta had a gray fuzzy fabric headliner over black from the dash and window line down. That's not as claustrophobic as it might seem, as the Jetta has large windows. The instrument panel features a large 7500-rpm tachometer (redlined at 6500 rpm) and an optimistic 160-mph speedometer: at 80 mph the needle is straight up. The lettering is white on black in daylight, but at night with the lights on, it changes to the cool blue introduced on the New Beetle. The needles and controls are illuminated in an intense red. Most love it, a few hate it. It's a must-see-before-buying item.

The interior is arranged well for the enthusiast driver. The steering wheel has a thick rim shaped well for the hand, and a grippy leather covering. It tilts and telescopes, and the driver's seat ratchets up and down as well as slides fore and aft and reclines with the turn of a knob on the base of seatback. Another twist-knob controls lumbar support. There's a driving position for everyone, without an electric motor in (or out of) sight. The twist-knob recline function allows more precise seat back angle than the more common release lever adjuster, even if it is slower and more difficult to use. Front buckets are well bolstered and deserve to be called sport seats. Cushy they're not, but they work exceedingly well for sporty-type driving and don't numb, well, anything even after several hours behind the wheel. The HVAC controls are simple and easy to use, while the buttons on the excellent Monsoon audio are small and somewhat blocked by the cup holder when it's in use. The cupholder, which exerts an ironman grip on Styrofoam cups, completely blocks the 6-CD changer, but with that much listening time, CDs can be changed at rest stops.

The Jetta doesn't have the legroom of, say, a Passat, which makes sense if you think about it, but a pair of average-sized adults can be happy in the Jetta for extended jaunts. Full LATCH anchorage systems are provided for two child safety seats as well. The rear seats fold 60/40 for extended luggage capacity, and although they don't lie completely flat, we were able to carry a complete mountain bike (with front wheel dismounted) when the kid decided she wanted it at college after all. The trunk's short lid does open wide, limiting access somewhat, but the trunk is big for this size of car and, with its articulated hinges, it's all usable space.

All-around vision is good, with small pillars and well-placed mirrors.

Interior Features

The Jetta looks just as expensive inside as it does outside. The layout is simple and straightforward. Our silver Jetta had a gray fuzzy fabric headliner over black from the dash and window line down. That's not as claustrophobic as it might seem, as the Jetta has large windows. The instrument panel features a large 7500-rpm tachometer (redlined at 6500 rpm) and an optimistic 160-mph speedometer: at 80 mph the needle is straight up. The lettering is white on black in daylight, but at night with the lights on, it changes to the cool blue introduced on the New Beetle. The needles and controls are illuminated in an intense red. Most love it, a few hate it. It's a must-see-before-buying item.

The interior is arranged well for the enthusiast driver. The steering wheel has a thick rim shaped well for the hand, and a grippy leather covering. It tilts and telescopes, and the driver's seat ratchets up and down as well as slides fore and aft and reclines with the turn of a knob on the base of seatback. Another twist-knob controls lumbar support. There's a driving position for everyone, without an electric motor in (or out of) sight. The twist-knob recline function allows more precise seat back angle than the more common release lever adjuster, even if it is slower and more difficult to use. Front buckets are well bolstered and deserve to be called sport seats. Cushy they're not, but they work exceedingly well for sporty-type driving and don't numb, well, anything even after several hours behind the wheel. The HVAC controls are simple and easy to use, while the buttons on the excellent Monsoon audio are small and somewhat blocked by the cup holder when it's in use. The cupholder, which exerts an ironman grip on Styrofoam cups, completely blocks the 6-CD changer, but with that much listening time, CDs can be changed at rest stops.

The Jetta doesn't have the legroom of, say, a Passat, which makes sense if you think about it, but a pair of average-sized adults can be happy in the Jetta for extended jaunts. Full LATCH anchorage systems are provided for two child safety seats as well. The rear seats fold 60/40 for extended luggage capacity, and although they don't lie completely flat, we were able to carry a complete mountain bike (with front wheel dismounted) when the kid decided she wanted it at college after all. The trunk's short lid does open wide, limiting access somewhat, but the trunk is big for this size of car and, with its articulated hinges, it's all usable space.

All-around vision is good, with small pillars and well-placed mirrors.

Driving Impressions

There ought to be a rule that Jetta GLS 1.8T drivers have an accessible winding road, or else they'll be wasting some of the Jetta's finer aspects. The Jetta, especially with the 17-inch wheels, 45-series performance tires and sport suspension, gobbles up the twisties like a seven-year old goes after Fruit Loops. The Jetta has lots of lateral grip and the stability to utilize it. Shock absorber damping is compliant but firm, allowing the suspension to react to a bump in mid-corner and be done with it. Transients, left to right and back again, are equally well handled. While the front-drive Jetta does not have the precise handling of, say, a BMW, it does not have near the price, either.

The turbocharged engine slings the front-wheel-drive Jetta forward with authority. Despite a claim from VW that sound deadening was added to the turbocharger, a faint whistle can be heard as the turbo spools up. Turbo addicts will enjoy it, others won't notice. The engine has minimal turbo lag, that small time lapse some turbocharged engines have between the moment you slam down the gas and when you begin to feel the car rocket forward. Instead, the Jetta has a broad torque spread. It offers good pulling power almost from idle. A quick launch, as you might need to jump from a standstill into a gap in fast moving traffic, requires some revs and a little slip of the clutch, however. Otherwise the engine bogs for what seems like an eternity as that truck looms in the rear view mirror. The engine, once up on the turbo, is hoot for enthusiast driving, willing to rev smoothly to redline with a clean mechanical sound. It'll blast out of a toll plaza.

The shifter's throw is on the long side, front to back, but close side to side. It's precise and has little slop, and is enjoyable to use, with even clutch take-up with a well-weighted pedal. There is an optional 5-speed automatic that has the Porsche-developed Tiptronic manual-shifting system, the only car in the class so equipped.

The engine is not just for sporting driving, however. It delivers sufficient torque (power) across the rev range to eliminate the need to downshift for most hills, and it integrates well with the cruise control, always maintaining a steady speed. The turbo can be caught out in some situations, however: lifting and repressing the throttle can make the engine feel momentarily like it swallowed an egg. It's smooth at idle and quiet on the highway, overall a very civilized engine with more than a bit of a wild streak. Premium unleaded is the recommended fuel.

Payback for the Jetta's aggressive handling abilities comes on the highway. Either the performance tires generate more noise than others, or the firm suspension transmits more, but a noticeable amount of road noise comes up through the chassis. The ride is firm, but not objectionable, and will provide the driving enthusiast with a desirable feel of control.

The four-wheel disc brakes are remarkable in their casual effectiveness, very linear in result and with just the right amount of required pressure. The pedals are spaced well for the enthusiast, and a dead pedal to the left gives the driver place to brace the left foot. Electronic brake proportioning distributes braking power as needed for hard braking with any passenger or cargo load, reducing the application of ABS and shortening braking distances. In other words, you can stop more quickly no matter what the situation.

1.8T and VR6 Jettas come with an electronic front differential lock, which improves grip on pavement and in slippery conditions under acceleration, reducing the amount of traction control application. That means quicker, more stable acceleration performance.

Summary

The Jetta offers classy, functional accommodations, sharp handling, and excellent brakes. There's a choice of engines, all good choices depending on your lifestyle, budget, and view of the world.

The 2.0-liter keeps monthly payments down. The TDI diesel offers amazing fuel economy. The 1.8T delivers spirited performance for the enthusiast willing to shift manually. And the VR6 provides smooth, linear performance that makes the Jetta feel like an expensive German sports sedan.

Model Line Overview
Model lineup:GL 2.0L ($16,850); GL TDI ($18,145); GLS 2.0L ($17,900); GLS TDI ($18,950); GLS 1.8T ($19,550); GLS 2.8L VR6 ($20,200); GLI 2.8L VR6 ($22,950); GLX 2.8L VR6 ($24,700).
Engines:115-hp 2.0-liter sohc 8v inline-4; 1.9-liter turbocharged direct-injection inline-4 diesel; 180-hp 1.8-liter turbocharged 20v dohc inline-4; 200-hp 2.8-liter dohc 24v V6
Transmissions:5-speed manual; 6-speed manual; 5-speed automatic w/Tiptronic
Safety equipment (standard):side-curtain protection, front airbags, seat-mounted side-impact airbags, seat-belt tensioning, 3-point rear seatbelts, LATCH child safety seat mounting, ABS, electronic brake distribution, traction control
Safety equipment (optional):N/A
Basic warranty:4 years/50,000 miles
Assembled in:Puebla, Mexico (Jetta Wagons built in Wolfsburg, Germany)
Specifications As Tested
Model tested (MSPR):Jetta GLS 1.8T ($19,550)
Standard equipment:power steering, height adjustable front seats, rear reading lights, cruise control, tilt/telescoping steering wheel, heated side mirrors, dual illuminated vanity mirrors, 60/40 split folding rear seat, power locks, power windows with one-touch up-down front windows, front and rear floor mats, anti-theft, AM/FM cassette audio w/8 speakers, rear defogger
Options as tested (MSPR):Sport Luxury Package ($2,025) includes power glass sunroof, 17-inch alloy wheels, and sport suspension; Leather Package ($1,050) includes multifunction steering wheel, leather seating surfaces, leather-wrapped steering wheel, shift boot and knob; cold weather package ($150) includes heated windshield washer nozzles and heated seats; Monsoon Sound System ($325); California & Northeast emissions ($100); reflex metallic paint (no charge)
Destination charge:$550
Gas guzzler tax:N/A
Price as tested (MSPR):$23750
Layout:front-wheel drive
Engine:1.8-liter turbocharged intercooled dohc 20-valve inline-4
Horsepower (lb.-ft @ rpm):180 @ 5500
Torque (lb.-ft @ rpm):174 @ 1950-5000
Transmission:5-speed manual
EPA fuel economy, city/hwy:22/29 mpg
Wheelbase:98.9 in.
Length/width/height:172.3/68.3/56.7 in.
Track, f/r:59.6/58.8 in.
Turning circle:35.8 ft.
Seating Capacity:5
Head/hip/leg room, f:38.6/NA/41.5 in.
Head/hip/leg room, m:N/A
Head/hip/leg room, r:36.9/NA/33.5 in.
Cargo volume:13.0 cu. ft.
Payload:N/A
Towing capacity:N/A
Suspension, f:Independent
Suspension, r:Independent
Ground clearance:4.1 in.
Curb weigth:3037 lbs.
Tires:P225/45R17
Brakes, f/r:disc/disc with ABS and EBD
Fuel capacity:14.5 gal.
Unless otherwise indicated, specifications refer to test vehicle. All prices are manufacturer's suggested retail prices (MSPR) effective as of June 12, 2007.Prices do not include manufacturer's destination and delivery charges. N/A: Information not available or not applicable. Manufacturer Info Sources: 1-800-444-8987 - www.vw.com
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2002 Volkswagen Jetta User Reviews

2002 Volkswagen Jetta GLX VR6 Wagon Review

Thomas says:

vs2005 Nissan Altima SE-R

2002 Volkswagen Jetta GLX VR6 Wagon winning categories:

  • Power
  • Handling
  • Looks/Style
  • Front Seats
  • Back Seats
  • Cargo Capacity
  • Family Car
  • Value
  • Would Buy

HandlingRanked 2005 Nissan Altima SE-R worse.

"I think the Jetta narrowly beats the SE-R and that could be simply due to the superior tires I had on my Jetta. The steering feedback on the Jetta was a bit heftier than in the Altima."

Family CarRanked 2005 Nissan Altima SE-R better.

"This is simply due to space. The Altima has it. The Jetta does not. It has an unbearable rear seat even for a sedan. My Scion tC had more rear legroom than my Jetta. The Altima is also superior in cargo capacity."
2002 Volkswagen JettaReview

Silky writes:

145

I Love My Car — I like that it is a smooth ride, everything is electric. Except the front seats. I just hate the fact that it is way to expensive to fix. It is great with gas the mileage. Bad cooling system... I love my car thou.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: It's a gd car for a single person or a family with only one child. It is a smooth ride if the car is up to date with the shock absorbers/ struts... gd on gas per miles.

Cons: A car that u always always have to keep right on top of it. It is too expensive to fix.

11 of 12 people found this review helpful.

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2002 Volkswagen Jetta GLS WagonReview

Charles writes:

155

Excellent Reliable Fuel Efficient Car — Where to start? I sincerely miss this car which I owned for four years and drove over 100,000 miles in it. Sold it to my sister who still drives it to this day. Other than the regular maintenance (oil change, tires, etc...) I had absolutely zero problem with my Jetta.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Good on gas and so cheap to maintain. The 2.0L engine gives sufficient power.

Cons: Front passenger seat is very uncomfortable and leg room is insufficient in the rear for adults

9 of 10 people found this review helpful.

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2002 Volkswagen Jetta GLS TDiReview

mtruther writes:

155

Finally Sold My Baby... —

I drove my 2002 Jetta TDI for 215,000 miles and 12-years, and it's easily been an amazingly dependable and efficient vehicle. It carried great crash ratings, and while I never tested that, it's maneuverable enough where I've probably dashed my way out of a few close collisions. I love the low end torque on this one. It accelerates well, does well on hills, and is a pleasure to drive. I grew emotionally attached to it. It just hugs the road and drives better than your 4-cylinder Japanese or American cars. Yes, I love diesels. They last forever if you put maintenance in them, and this one has been flawless. Great engine and still on the original transmission. I averaged 40 mpg in mostly interstate driving, though notably with rush hour stop & go frequently. Yes, the drink holder is in an annoying location. Yes, I got a magnet to hold the glove compartment closed. Yes, the center console broke over time. Other than that, this has been a great little car. You can put kids in the backseat, though I'm not sure I'd want to make a routine of it. At least larger kids. It's doable and certainly better than a Golf or the like. I've taken this car back and forth on interstates and down dirt roads across the Mountain West. I'll miss her, and frankly, were it not for the deep snows ahead, wouldn't have ever traded it in.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Very dependable engine and running parts
Amazing fuel economy
Lots of low end torque and fun to drive
Comfortable
Nice stereo
Great online following in forums with lots of info

Cons: Quirky electrical gremlins at times
Expensive timing belt change
Some cheaper plastic parts in the interior

7 of 7 people found this review helpful.

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2002 Volkswagen Jetta GLS VR6Review

Xerxes1156 writes:

135

Do Not Buy This Car If You Live North Of The Mason-dixon Line. —

The car currently has 168,500 miles on it and it has only shown normal signs of wear and tear. It performs very well on the interstate (accelerating to 65mph is simple) and is a smooth ride. HOWEVER... Even a simple oil change can be expensive with this car. There are only a handful of shops within a 20 mile radius of my house that I can take it to for simple repairs. Most mechanics either don't know about Volkswagen or don't carry the necessary parts. There are only two places I can take it to get an oil change, one of which is a dealer. Don't expect to pay normal price for an oil change either- it takes six quarts of oil and the filter is rare. The car comes with an automatic traction control. By 'automatic', I mean that it never shuts off unless you pop the hood and unplug the fuse manually. Traction control is nice when you're driving down an icy road. However, I live in Maine. More accurately, I live in a part of Maine that received 48 inches of snow last month. I don't need traction control to drive on these roads. The average Mainer disables this feature because it does more harm than good. Did the plowman not have time to plow your driveway before work, leaving two inches of snow in front of your beautiful Jetta? Might as well call your boss and tell him/her you will be late. Get out your shovel because this car won't be able to move at all. No, I am not exaggerating. Volkswagen really sells a vehicle in New England that cannot drive over several inches of snow. When the car senses that it's not getting enough traction, it cuts power to the wheels. If anybody could provide a logical explanation as to how cutting power to a wheel can help someone out of a snowbank, please contact me! Want to disable the traction control option manually like I mentioned earlier? Good luck if you can find it. The engine has an odd European-style design to it, hence why some mechanics won't even touch a Volkswagen. I'm writing this review after being 45 minutes late to work because my car was stuck in my driveway AFTER SHOVELING A PATH!

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Smooth drive, comfortable seats, and good horsepower.

Cons: Terrible in the snow and maintenance is expensive.

8 of 8 people found this review helpful.

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2002 Volkswagen Jetta GLS 1.8TReview

backdoc writes:

145

Sporty Feel, Fun And Fast — I really enjoy driving this Jetta because of the responsive handling and speedy performance. However, being that I own mountain property and have the need to drive on forest roads, the Jetta is not the vehicle of choice for such.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Handles well and fun to drive, this Jetta was built for the Autobahn in Germany so it has a top speed of almost 160mph and will get their pretty darn fast.

Cons: Interior is functional and in good shape but not particularly special.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

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2002 Volkswagen Jetta GL TDIReview

schepsr writes:

145

My Vw Jetta Tdi — i've always liked the German Diesel. I've had a 86 TDI and now a 2002. The 86 was a high maintenance car, my quote was "My car and I have an unwritten agreement...I dedicate my weekends to repairing it and it gets me to and from work during the week. I've owned my 2002 for a few years now and it's been maintenance free (except for normal oil changes).

Pros: Fuel efficient (38 city/45 highway).  Nice ride and reliable.

Cons: Diesel is about 20% more expensive than regular gasoline.

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2002 Volkswagen Jetta GLS TDiReview

chargingzebra writes:

145

Great Commuter — Sips diesel and is comfortable for the commute. The paint looks brand new and it's over ten years old. Maintenance costs are higher but it offsets that with how little fuel it consumes. Nice little commuter car and a great deal.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Fuel eco, diesel engine, comfy seats, great paint longevity

2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

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2002 Volkswagen Jetta GLS TDiReview

Dustin writes:

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Extreme Reliability — For a car that has over 300,000 kms on it the car is running very strong still and just keeps on going and has incredible fuel mileage. If you want a family car that is stupid reliable and great on fuel this is the car for you.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: fuel mileage, reliability

6 of 6 people found this review helpful.

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2002 Volkswagen Jetta GLX VR6Review

Nischal writes:

145

Cool Entry Level Car — Very compact, fast, and solidly built, a few reliability niggles, nothing that would strand you on the road, but annoying. was just getting to get attached to it when we decided we needed more space. so off it went to carmax replaced by a Mazda CX-7

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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