The 2008 Volkswagen Jetta is a rather luxurious car to begin with, but for those who want more from their VW, the Jetta offers a long list of options as well.
Automobile notes “standard equipment is relatively generous, with a three-spoke steering wheel, air conditioning, cruise control, power windows, eight-way seat adjustment, and a 10-speaker radio/CD player. Other features include power mirrors, a split folding rear seat, and a two-way adjustable steering wheel.” They add, “if you're prepared to check all the options boxes, a Jetta can be made very luxurious.”
Reviewers at Autoblog love the Jetta’s iPod dock, which is “not a simple auxiliary jack, but an honest-to-goodness dock for your Apple-made mp3 player.”
There are some interesting deletions from the 2008 Volkswagen Jetta lineup. It no longer offers automatic climate control or leather seats, but a sunroof and a premium sound system are still on the options list.