You know what I would like to further test about the Volkswagen Jetta? Its pedestrian protection, using Sir Bahauser or whatever his name is as a crash test dummy. Who the hell does he think he is calling me a "retard"? If only we were a bit closer on the world map he'd see how much damage a pellet gun can do to his face from point blank. I can shoot a squirrel 100 yards away, remember, I'm a good shooter.
Plus, it's more than obvious by now that he hates Volkswagens, which coincidentally is in my top five favorite car brands, along BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Audi, Porsche, Ferrari, Lamborghini and Cadillac. Oh, and I forgot Chevrolet, mainly for the Corvette ZR1. When are we going to test that monster, by the way?
Anyway, back to the Volkswagen Jetta now. Contrary to what you'd expect me to say, I'm not actually very fond of this generation and I kind of preferred the previous. Main reason for that might be the fact that it didn't look like a Golf with a tail and it actually had some character. Plus, the new one is only made in Mexico as far as I know. That means you might even catch pig flu from just driving a car, do you realize that?
That's exactly the reason why I didn't actually drive our test car, since I was too afraid to catch something and die. From what you all guys said and from my own patented knocks on the hood I can tell that the Jetta is no longer a good choice for someone who would like to upgrade his Golf to a Vee-Dub sedan. No way, Jose! Not until they can actually design a car that doesn't look like a Golf that tries to morph into a Passat and fails.