In August 2005, the current Jetta was introduced to the European market. Available in North America since the beginning of the year, completes the Volkswagen Jetta sedans, the spectrum below the VW Passat. The notchback model on the technical basis of the VW Golf VI has long been established in the United States as the most popular European vehicles. In Europe, the VW Jetta look back on a long history of success. Including VW Vento (1991 to 1998) and Volkswagen Bora (1998-2005) went so far over 7 million units by the band. Volkswagen offers the Jetta in versions Trendline, Comfortline and Sportline and four petrol - and three in diesel engines. Even the basic Trendline version includes four electric windows, air conditioning, six airbags, power steering, ABS, ASR and ESP. The Jetta engines cover a power range from 105 hp to 200 hp. Engine now serves as an introduction, a 1.2 TSI petrol engine with 105 hp, the Volkswagen also offers the BlueMotion Technology package. And because U.S. customers want to buy hybrid drives as a new car, two cars of this genus are in preparation for the VW Jetta. The full hybrid that can run on electric power will come on the market in late 2012, followed by the plug-in hybrid in 2014. For the TDI, FSI and known from the Golf GTI 2.0 Turbo FSI Volkswagen offers the optional dual clutch transmission (DSG) with 6 or 7 courses. To equip the VW Jetta for the coming model year, the sedan was adapted to suit VW Golf, Passat and Polo in autumn 2010. This also happened to the model character of Volkswagen unify.