2010 Volkswagen Jetta TDI SportWagen Video

Hybrids aren’t the only vehicle option for fuel-conscious car buyers. Clean diesel cars also offer a lot of mileage gains. With this in mind, Cars.com reviewer Mike Hanley spotlights the 2010 Volkswagen Jetta TDI SportWagen at the 2010 Chicago Auto Show. Hanley highlights the SportWagen’s fuel economy ratings but also points out why it makes for a comfortable daily driver.

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Zack

Edmunds.com just did a long term test of the Jetta TDI wagon. They only managed to get 30 mpg average and it cost nearly 30K!

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Zack

Autoblog is reporting a rash of problems with 2009 VW and Audi TDIs - loss of power and stalling, with repair bills of $10K after the fuel pumps fail and spread shards of metal throughout the fuel system. Feds are reportedly looking at the problem.

Dander

Very interesting. I'm steering clear of diesel power for my next car.

belly

That Zack... you can count on him to try and spread misinformation about brands he doesn't like because he thinks they are too expensive.

I really like everything about this car except for the silly ricer mesh. Yes, I know they took it directly off the competition cars, but still looks absurd.

It's really ultimate model...

This post is different from what I read on most blog and it have so many valuable things..

That car model is awesome... I hope i can get it... :(

Hey, this is more interesting one compare to other post that I have been reading in different blogs. Thank you for having this article.

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