Volkswagen's Jetta sedan resides in a strange limbo between the brand's Golf hatch and the larger Passat, and its relatively soft sales reflect this positioning.
It didn't arrive here officially until 2005 in its fifth generation guise; the Mk3 version was sold as a Vento, and Mk4 as the Bora.
The sixth generation - each version marries up with the Golf's life cycles - launched locally in 2011, with the range receiving a makeover in 2015. This update saw the debut of a 2.0-litre turbo-petrol engine, derived from the previous generation Golf GTI that made 155kW. The Jetta begins at POA for the Jetta 118 TSI Comfortline and ranges to POA for the Jetta 118 TSI Comfortline.