Volkswagen Jetta II GL


Car-ID: OT0234
Model, Body type:
Engine Power:
1,781 CCM (66 KW / 90 BHP)
Manual transmission
136,500 km

Vehicle Description

– Volkswagen Jetta GL, only one owner from new
– series II Jetta, always registered in Germany
– first registration in 1990, therefore not long until this car will be eligible for historic plates
– original VW Gamma radio on board
– sun roof, power steering, hight-adjustable driver’s seat
– no visible traces of accident damage, original stickers still in place
– 1.8 litre 4-cylinder petrol engine with 66 kW (90 hp) of power
– low mileage of unwarranted 136,500 km on the odometer
– service booklet stamped regularly until 1999
– German registration documents

The “Backpack Golf” – that’s what the VW Jetta was nicknamed, with reference to the fact that it was effectively a VW Golf with a boot added, aimed at customers who preferred the more traditional three-box design to the default hatchback shape of the Golf. In 1979, 5 years after the debut of the Golf I, VW had presented the first generation of its Jetta, which was particularly successful in the export markets. When the second generation of the Golf was developed, VW did not wait but offered the new Jetta straight away. It again became more popular abroad than at home, outselling the Golf two to one in North America, where it was best-selling European car. The dimensions had grown, and the boot was simply enormous for a family sedan, boasting a capacity of 660 litres. The Jetta II was available with a wide selection of 4 cylinder petrol engines ranging from 1.3 to 2.0 litres of capacity, as well 1.6 litres Diesel and turbo Diesel engines. It remained in production until 1992, except for China, where it continued to be made and upgraded for many more years until 2010.

Vehicle Overview

Interior Features

  • Fabric
  • Grey

Exterior Features

  • Red

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