USA: Volkswagen of America Announces 2001 Model Year Pricing - Holds Prices On Its Top-Selling Models
Volkswagen of America, Inc. announced that it will hold the line on prices of its top volume 2001 models, signifying another consecutive year the German automaker has not raised the base prices of its most popular cars. For 2001, Volkswagen's best-selling Jetta GL and GLS models will be priced at 1999 model year levels with a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $16,700 and $17,650 ($17,995 and $18,700 for the TDI engine) respectively. The MSRP for the V6 equipped Jetta GLS also remains at its 1999 level of $19,950. The top-of-the-line Jetta GLX is priced at $24,300, up $130 from last year.
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