Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 98. Chapters: Audi A3, Audi TT, Ford Galaxy, Mercedes-Benz Vito, SEAT Alhambra, SEAT Leon, SEAT Toledo, koda Superb, Volkswagen CC, Volkswagen Corrado, Volkswagen Eos, Volkswagen Golf, Volkswagen Golf Mk3, Volkswagen Golf Mk4, Volkswagen Golf Mk5, Volkswagen Golf Variant, Volkswagen Jetta, Volkswagen New Beetle, Volkswagen Passat, Volkswagen Passat (B4), Volkswagen Passat (B5), Volkswagen Passat (B6), Volkswagen Sharan, Volkswagen Transporter (T4), Volkswagen Transporter (T5). Excerpt: The Volkswagen Jetta is a small family car produced by German automaker Volkswagen Group for the Volkswagen Passenger Cars marque since 1979. Positioned to fill a saloon/sedan niche above the firm's Golf hatchback offering, it has been marketed over six generations variously as the Atlantic, Fox, Vento, Bora, City Jetta, Jetta City, GLI, Jetta, and Sagitar. The Jetta was originally adapted by adding a conventional trunk to the Golf hatchback, and some distinctive styling (usually the front end, and sometimes slight interior changes). It has been offered in two- and four-door saloon (sedan), and five-door estate (station wagon) versions - all as five-seaters. As of 2005, over 6.6 million cars have been sold worldwide, over one-third in the United States alone. Since the original version in 1980, the car has grown in size and power with each successive generation. By mid-2011, almost 10 million Jettas have been produced and sold all over the world. The Jetta nameplate is a reference to the Atlantic 'jet stream', reflecting the period in Volkswagen's history when it named its vehicles after prominent winds. These also included the Volkswagen Passat (after the German word for trade wind), Volkswagen Bora (after bora), and Volkswagen Scirocco (after sirocco). Although the Golf had reached considerable success in the North American markets, Volkswagen...Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.
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