Listed models of Used Volkswagen Jetta 5 for sale


Listed Used Volkswagen Jetta 5 Cars

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R139950

2008 Volkswagen Jetta 1.9 Tdi Comfortline
Mileage: 126000 KMS
Body Type: Sedan
Colour: Red
Region: Gauteng
EST Price P/M: R2,414*

R114900

2008 Volkswagen Jetta 1.9 Tdi Comfortline
Mileage: 159000 KMS
Body Type: Sedan
Colour: Grey
Region: Eastern Cape
EST Price P/M: R1,982*

R119950

2006 Volkswagen Jetta 2.0T Fsi Sportline Dsg
Mileage: 96692 KMS
Body Type: Sedan
Colour: Black
Region: Mpumalanga
EST Price P/M: R2,069*

R129000

2010 Volkswagen Jetta 1.6 Comfortline
Mileage: 91807 KMS
Body Type: Sedan
Colour: White
Region: Gauteng
EST Price P/M: R2,225*

R159995

2010 Volkswagen Jetta 1.4 Tsi Comfortline
Mileage: 104273 KMS
Body Type: Sedan
Colour: White
Region: Gauteng
EST Price P/M: R2,759*

R124990

2009 Volkswagen Jetta 1.6 Trendline
Mileage: 80000 KMS
Body Type: Sedan
Colour: White
Region: KwaZulu-Natal
EST Price P/M: R2,156*

R99995

2006 Volkswagen Jetta 1.6 Comfortline
Mileage: 120142 KMS
Body Type: Sedan
Colour: Black
Region: Western Cape
EST Price P/M: R1,725*

R89995

2006 Volkswagen Jetta 2.0 Tdi Highline
Mileage: 209810 KMS
Body Type: Sedan
Colour: Black
Region: Western Cape
EST Price P/M: R1,552*

R115900

2008 Volkswagen Jetta 2.0 Comfortline
Mileage: 142000 KMS
Body Type: Sedan
Colour: Blue
Region: Mpumalanga
EST Price P/M: R1,999*

R126996

2008 Volkswagen Jetta 2.0 Fsi Sportline
Mileage: 142000 KMS
Body Type: Sedan
Colour: GREY
Region: Northern Province
EST Price P/M: R2,190*

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Volkswagen is part of the third largest car and Light Commercial Vehicle manufacturer in the world-Volkswagen Group AG.

he group owns and manages eight other brands within its Volkswagen group, with which the company covers a huge product range from low-consumption small cars to luxury class vehicles for passengers and spans pick- ups, buses and heavy trucks for commercial use.

The first Volkswagen prototype cars appeared even before the creation of the company - in 1936 under the supervision of the chief designer Dr. Ferdinand Porsche. The project had to stop with the break of WWII and the following economic restrictions on Germany.

From 1948, the Volkswagen Beetle became synonymous of the country's post-war regeneration which by 1973 reached 16 million manufactured cars which was a major achievement for any motor company.

In the 1960s the company acquired Auto Union and NSU Motorenwerke AG, and changed its name to Volkswagen AG.

It was the 1970s challenges that motivated the company to incorporate more design and technology innovations and launch the Passat, Scirocco, Golf and Polo brands and together with the Jetta and the Caddy, these were leading cars for the VW portfolio.

After 1991 the company continued to expand its portfolio of cars for sale to include Caddy, Eos, Fox, Golf, Jetta, Multivan, New Beetle, Passat, Phaeton, Polo, Scirocco, Sharan, Tiguan, Touareg, and Touran with name variations for the different markets.

These cars helped to keep the company current and in line with other foreign manufacturers that were constantly changing and growing with the day's technology.