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can't find a new article at InsideLine tho they have a new video @ Youtube < LINK

VIDEO: 2011 VW Jetta Sedan Spied in the U.S.A
Saturday, January 02, 2010

Volkswagen is continuing the development of the next generation of its bread-and-butter model in North America, the 2011 Jetta that was captured here undergoing testing in Death Valley California. The camouflaged prototype model seen in the spy video suggests that the new Jetta will boast all-new sheetmetal with a pinch of Audi A4 styling cues in the profile and rear-end.

Underneath the skin, the German firm's new compact-size sedan will most likely use bits and pieces from the Golf VI which in turn is largely based on the fifth-generation Golf.

In the States, we'll definitely see the 2011 Jetta being offered with VW's latest 2.0 TSI petrol and TDI diesel engines. Even though there have been rumors circulating about VW's lively yet fuel efficient 1.4-liter TSI four-cylinder petrol with outputs ranging from 122HP to 170HP, chances are the Germans will continue to equip the base model with the outdated, but cheap to produce, 2.5-liter five-cylinder petrol.

Edmunds reported that the VW's Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla challenger could make its auto show debut as early as this month's gathering in Detroit, but this has yet to be confirmed by Volkswagen.

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I just saw the Cruze at the San Diego autoshow. This better be good.

Ford and GM booths were crowded.. Its amazing just how much interest there is in domestic vehicles this year. Last year, it was opposite.

Even Buick had folks saying just how blown away by the La Crosse they were. Anyways, for now, I think the battle will be between Ford GM and Toyota for North America.
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