2021 Volkswagen Jetta Owner's Manual

2021 Volkswagen Jetta Owner's Manual
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Volkswagen Jetta is a front wheel drive car. The engine is installed gasoline 1.4 liters with a turbine. The unit produces 150 horsepower. The gearbox is offered in two versions: 6-speed manual and 8-band automatic. In an expensive configuration, there is a system that works on the principle of a front differential lock.

Features

Other features of the Volkswagen Jetta 2021 include:
• Possibility of a complete set a panoramic roof;
• High-quality and powerful audio system;
• A large number of electronic assistants: blind spot monitoring, lane keeping, emergency braking assistance, and so on;
• Possibility to order a version with leather interior.
This is a good option for both family trips and for other purposes, including the use of a car for business meetings.

Competitors

The closest competitors of Volkswagen Jetta are such cars as: Skoda Octavia, Toyota Corolla, Hyundai Elantra.

In this manual you will find

– At temperatures above +7 °C (+45 °F), the running properties of the tyres of summer tyres are better than winter tyres. Tyre rolling noise and tyre wear are lower, and energy efficiency is higher.

– Never raise the vehicle when the engine is running or when the vehicle is on a sloping or inclined roadway

– The service advisor at your specialist workshop will be happy to advise you on the need for work between the normal service intervals, taking into account the conditions of use of your vehicle.

– Damaged protective paintwork: repair immediately with a touch-up pencil. If necessary, contact a specialist workshop.

– Securely attach or store mobile phones and accessories outside the airbag deployment areas.

– Only fit parts to the vehicle which are equivalent in construction and properties to the parts fitted in the vehicle from factory

– Regular servicing of the vehicle not only contributes to the maintenance of the vehicle, but also to the safety of the vehicle.

– If the vehicle does not have a type plate or if the type plate does not bear the type-approval number, the vehicle shall not be registered.

– If the engine is subjected to high stresses (e.g. when driving on long motorways in summer or through high mountain passes), the engine level will be reduced

– Never mix suitable cleaning agents with other cleaning agents. This may cause flocculation of the components and clogging of the cleaning
channels.

– Lay the jumper cables in such a way that they never come into contact with rotating parts of the front end.

– To fit the cover, place it over the fuse box and press it down until you hear it click into place on both sides

– Like the Basic telephone interface, the Comfort telephone interface also uses the Blue- tooth® HFP profile.

– The infotainment system has an internal navigation data memory. Depending on the country, the necessary navigation data may already be pre-installed

– Customise the infotainment drop-down menu for quick access to your favourite functions or the ones you use most frequently.

– Read and observe the operating instructions of the respective manufacturer when using mobile phone devices, data carriers, external devices, external audio and multimedia sources

– Third-party information from third-party providers available with limitations, incomplete or incorrect, e.g. map representations.

– If electrical devices become too hot, switch them off immediately and disconnect them from the mains.

– Observe the regulations of the country concerned regarding the minimum safety distance