Is there any recalls on a 2011 Jetta?
Summary: VOLKSWAGEN IS RECALLING CERTAIN MODEL YEAR 2011 JETTA VEHICLES, MANUFACTURED FROM MARCH 2010 THROUGH MARCH 2011. THESE VEHICLES MAY HAVE AN ELECTRICAL WIRING AND FUSE LAYOUT WHERE THE CONVERTER BOX IS PROTECTED BY THE SAME FUSE USED BY THE SIGNAL HORN AND THE ANTI-THEFT ALARM SYSTEM.
How many miles can you put on a 2011 Jetta?
In many cases, the VW Jetta can run for more than 200,000 miles when properly maintained. Most VW Jetta owners drive their cars for 7 and a half years, which is usually around 75,000 miles before they upgrade to a new model with the latest features.
Is the 2011 Volkswagen Jetta fast?
With a manual gearbox, the multipoint four cylinder engine accelerates the saloon to 60 mph in 10.3 seconds; the car’s top speed is 120 mph. With a 6-speed automatic, the Jetta 2.0 accelerates to 60 mph in 11.3 seconds (top speed is identical).
Is the 2011 Jetta good in snow?
The VW Jetta will perform just as well as any modern front-wheel drive (FWD) vehicle in light to moderate snow. It has decent ground clearance for a sedan and has an array of modern driver aids such as stability control, traction control, and ABS that will help you keep control of the car even on very slippery roads.
How long do jettas usually last?
A new Volkswagen Jetta should be able to last at least 150,000 miles if properly maintained and taken care of. If you drive the national average of 15,000 miles per year, a new Jetta should last you at least 10-15 years before it requires major repairs.
Does 2011 Jetta have Turbo?
Three engines are available for the 2011 Volkswagen Jetta: a naturally aspirated 2.0L inline-four, 2.5L inline-five cylinder, and 2.0L turbocharged diesel. Both 2.0L engines are pretty slow, registering 10 seconds to 60 mph, but the 2.5L finds a happy medium between fuel economy and performance.