2019 Volkswagen Jetta R-Line Review | Chicago News
The Volkswagen Jetta has been around for quite some time now, having been first released in 1979 in the throes of the oil crisis, when small cars and efficiency were the order of the day for auto designers. The very first Jetta, and every generation afterwards have shared a chassis with the Golf hatchback, opting for a slightly less convenient trunk. Over the years, it’s gotten bigger and more luxurious, and now is a decently sized sedan. With the current, sixth generation of the Jetta hanging around since 2011, it was time for a refresh. This time, VW opted for their new MQB platform, which also underpins the Golf and Atlas models.