Some transmissions can last just over 10,000 miles, while others will last over 200,000 miles. Generally though, regular vehicle maintenance is the number one factor effecting a transmission’s lifespan, and good upkeep can help it last even longer.
Why is the Jetta so cheap?
The Jetta is made in Mexico and is constructed out of cheap materials. It’s a flaming pile of junk when it leaves the factory. There’s a reason they sell for $13,000 new. Anything with the 2.0T requires specific oil and can fail catastrophically if that is not followed.
What’s better Jetta or Passat?
If we’re just looking at each of these cars by the numbers and we don’t care about where and how you drive, you could argue that the better car is the Jetta. It’s cheaper, it’s slightly safer, and it has better fuel economy. But the Passat is larger, more comfortable, and more powerful.
Is the Passat the same as an A4?
The Audi A4 is about the same width as the Volkswagen Passat. The Audi A4 is slightly shorter than the Volkswagen Passat, which may make it easier to park. With somewhat higher torque, the engine of the Audi A4 transmits a bit more power to the wheels than the Volkswagen Passat.
Is an Audi A4 bigger than a Jetta?
Since the Volkswagen Jetta is much slimmer than the Audi A4, it’ll be much easier to find a wide enough space in a crowded parking lot. When looking at overall length, the Volkswagen Jetta takes up about the same amount of space in your garage as the Audi A4.
Are Audi parts more expensive than VW?
Both brand are very similar. They share many parts and the cost is low. Audi is a bit more expensive, a front bumper for an cheap Audi is 15% more expensive than the VW one for example.
Do Audi’s hold their value well?
The 2017 Audi A7 is the first and only Audi to join our list of luxury cars with the best resale value. If you want an Audi with good resale, the large, comfortable, powerful A7 is your best choice. Kelley Blue Book says owners can expect to retain 42.0% after 36 months and 27.0% after 60 months.