How many miles per gallon does the Volkswagen Jetta get?

I’m looking into buying a new car for my work commute. I spend an hour in the car each way, and my SUV’s gas mileage just isn’t cutting it. What kind of gas mileage does the VW Jetta get?

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Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
VW Jetta
is the perfect car for you then! The 2022 Volkswagen Jetta gets up to 29 miles per gallon in the city and 43 miles per gallon on the highway for a combined 34 mpg. This highly-rated model has one of the best fuel economy ratings for a non-hybrid, and it’s pretty affordable starting at just $21,190.
The fuel economy can differ depending on which trim and transmission you choose. Look at the table below to see what mileage you can expect with each style.
Combined mileage
City mileage
Highway mileage
Six-speed manual
34 mpg
29 mpg
43 mpg
Eight-speed automatic
35 mpg
31 mpg
41 mpg
Eight-speed automatic
33 mpg
29 mpg
40 mpg
Six-speed manual
30 mpg
26 mpg
37 mpg
Any model
Seven-speed dual-clutch automatic
30 mpg
26 mpg
36 mpg
According to estimates from the EPA, 2022 Jetta drivers will save up to $1,500 in fuel costs when compared to other new vehicles, and GLI drivers can save up to $500.
Jettas will save you more than just gas money—they also usually cost less in
car insurance
than the average Volkswagen.
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