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Volkswagen Jetta MK5 Ultimo Coilovers (2005-2010)

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What is MK4, MK5, etc.?

Many of the product listings on dieselgeek.com are described in terms of the generation of car or chassis type. To reduce confusion we created this page to allow you to determine what chassis type and generation your car falls into. Here's the breakdown:

Black Mk4 JettaBlue New BeetleBlack Mk4 Golf

MK4: Jetta, Golf, GTI and New Beetle This is the 4th generation "A" size chassis that applies to many of the products we sell. These cars are also commonly referred to "A4" cars but since we also sell products for the Audi A4 we prefer to call these cars MK4 which is a shortened version of Mark 4 or fourth generation. MK4 applies to Golf and GTI sold in the U.S. from mid 1999 through 2006 and Jetta sold from mid 1999 through 2005.5. The 1998-2010 New Beetle is also built off of the MK4 chassis. 

MK5 Jetta TDIWhite 2007 VW Rabbit2006 VW GTI MK5

MK5: Jetta, GTI and Rabbit This is the "A" chassis but now in the 5th generation hence the MK5 designation. In mid 2005 VW released the MK5 Jetta which replaced the MK4 Jetta in the U.S. (The MK4 Jetta station wagon and sedan was sold in Canada for the 2006 model year.) The MK4 Golf and GTI were replaced in mid 2006 by the Rabbit and MK5 GTI respectively. The MK5 Jetta sedan was continued through 2010. The MK5 GTI and Rabbit were sold through 2009. The MK5 Jetta SportWagen was sold from 2009-2010.

2011 Black Jetta TDI Sedan

MK6 Jetta Sedan:  The MK6 Jetta sedan was released as a 2011 model. It is its own animal from a sheet metal and interior standpoint but it is indeed MK6 or 6th generation.

2010 MK6 GTI

MK6: Golf and GTI The MK6 Golf and GTI were sold from 2010 through 2014.

White Jetta Sportwagen TDI

MK6: Jetta SportWagen The MK6 Jetta SportWagen got the same front end as the MK6 Golf and was sold from mid 2010 through 2014. It is called the Golf SportWagen outside of the US.

2012 Beetle Turbo 2.0T

MK6: 2012 Beetle These cars are based off of the latest and greatest 6th generation A class chassis. 

1998 Jetta III TDI

A3: Jetta This was the 3rd generation Jetta that was sold from 1993- mid 1999. Also called the MK3 or MKIII.

1997 Passat B4 TDI

B4: Passat This is the 4th generation of the B class cars (larger than the "A" class). This includes the 1995-1997 Passat.

2004 Jetta TDI2001 Audi A4 1.8T

B5: Passat and Audi A4 This was the 5th generation of the B class car. VW and Audi shared this platform to produce the Audi A4 and VW Passat. The Audi A4 used this platform from 1996 through 2001 and VW used this platform from 1998 through 2005. The facelifted 2002-2005 Passat is also commonly called a B5.5.

2006 Audi A4 2.0T

B6 and B7: Audi A4 The B6 and B7 Audi A4 were refinements on the B5 chassis. The B6 and B7 A4's were sold from 2002 through 2008. 

2012 Passat B7 TDI

B7 Passat: This car was released as a 2012 model. Also called the NMS, short for "New Midsize Sedan". 

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Jetta Mk5 2.0 16v TDI (BKD)

VW Jetta Mk5

Engine - 2.0 16v PD - BKD
Gearbox - KXZ - 02Q 6 Speed Manual

Power Figures

301bhp (225kW) & 440Ft/lbs (597Nm)

Best Times

0-60mph (0-96.5kph) Time- 5.68s
0-100mph (0-161kph) Time- 12.73s
Top Speed- 153.07mph (247 kph)
Standing Mile- 146.05s
1/4 Mile- 13.83s @ 104.3mph (168 kph)
1/4 Mile- 14.16s @ 105.4mph (170 kph)

Engine

Darkside Developments GTB2260VK Turbo Kit with Tubular Stainless Manifold and 3" Downpipe
Darkside S3 Intercooler with Alloy End Tanks
Darkside Alloy Intercooler Pipework Kit
Firad 120% Race Injectors
Darkside EGR Delete
EGR Cooler Delete
4 BAR MAP Sensor
Darkside Universal Front Mounted Engine Oil Cooler Kit - Thermostatic
Milltek 2.75" Non-Resonated Exhaust System with Twin 76mm Jet Silencer
Darkside Developments Custom Remap with MAF and EGR Delete

Transmission

PPD170 Long Ratio 6 Speed Gearbox
Short Shifter
Strengthened Selector Forks - 1/2 & 3/4
Strengthened Selector Forks - 5/6
Quaife Limited Slip Differential
Darkside Single Mass Flywheel and Organic Clutch Kit
Solid Aluminium Bush Kit for VW 02M & 02Q Linkage Ends
Solid Aluminium Shifter Bracket Bushings for VW 02A, 02J, 02M, & 02Q Gearboxes

Chassis

KW V1 Inox Coilovers
Audi TT Front and Rear Top Mounts
Audi TT Alloy Front Wishbones with Solid Bushes
Audi TT Adjustable Ball Joints
Audi TT Alloy Front Hubs and Track Rods (26mm Wider)
Audi TT Console Bushes
Subframe Spacer Kit
Audi TT Driveshafts
Stock 19mm Front ARB
Audi TT Rear Axle with Alloy Hubs (30mm Wider Track)
Passat R36 21.7mmx3.6mm Rear Anti-Roll Bar
Full Suspension Setup and Corner Weighting by Mick Gardner Racing

Brakes

VW Racing 6 Pot Front Brake Calipers
VW Racing 352mm x 32mm Brake Discs
Ferodo DS2500 Front Pads
R32 Rear Calipers
R32 310mm x 20mm Rear Brake Disc
Genuine VW Rear Pads
Goodridge Braided Hoses
Eos 3.2 FWD Rear Splash Guards

Wheels and Tyres

Audi S4 'Avus' 18”x8” ET45 Wheels - Hyper Black
Uniroyal Rainsport 2 225/40/18 Tyres
Genuine VAG Wheel Bolt Caps
R32 18" Spacesaver Spare

Exterior

Golf GTi Front Bumper with Summer Grills
Jetta GLI Side Skirts
Jetta GLI Rear Valance
R32 Xenon Headlights with Auto Level
Smoked Rear Lights
Smoked Reflectors
Smoked Mirror Indicator Lenses
Pressed Numberplates
Rolled and Flared arches
Black VW Emblems
Matt Black Wrapped Window Trims

Interior

Seat Leon Cupra K1 Bucket Seats trimmed in Bridge of Weir Totem Purple
Rear Seats with Centre Armrest
Doorcards Trimmed to match
Black Alcantara Dash and Door Trims
Black Alcantara Armrest Cover and Handbrake Handle
Golf R Multifunction Steering Wheel
Golf R Gearknob
Passat CC Chrome Headlight, Mirror and Window Switches
VW Santana Chrome Fuel Flap Switch
RNS 510 Satnav with LED Screen


Previous Figures and Spec

Engine - 2.0 16v PD - BKD
Gearbox - KXZ - 02Q 6 Speed Manual

Power Figures

235bhp (176kW) & 330Ft/lbs (448Nm)

Engine

Darkside Developments GTB2260VK Turbo Kit with Tubular Stainless Manifold and 3" Downpipe
Darkside S3 Intercooler with Alloy End Tanks
Darkside Alloy Intercooler Pipework Kit
Darkside EGR Delete
EGR Cooler Delete
4 BAR MAP Sensor
Milltek 2.75" Non-Resonated Exhaust System with Twin 76mm Jet Silencer
Darkside Developments Custom Remap with MAF and EGR Delete


Previous Figures and Spec

Engine - 2.0 16v PD - BKD
Gearbox - KXZ - 02Q 6 Speed Manual

Power Figures

166.6bhp (125kW) & 285Ft/lbs (387Nm)

Engine

Darkside Developments Custom Remap

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Top 5 Problems Volkswagen Jetta Sedan 5th Generation 2006-10

05-10 VW Jetta Mk5 Powerflex Black Front Roll Bar Bushes 23mm PFF85-503-23BLK

1STEP 1: ENGLISH PREPARATION

Faktor terpenting sebagai modal utama untuk sukses belajar di luar negeri adalah penguasaan akan bahasa Inggris. Sebagai persyaratan masuk suatu institusi, diperlukan hasil nilai IELTS™, TOEFL®, SAT® atau GMAT®.

SUN Language & Training Centre merupakan divisi integral dari SUN Education yang hadir untuk memberikan solusi terbaik untuk persiapan Anda. Tidak perlu jauh-jauh, tes internasional-nya pun dapat dilakukan di salah satu cabang SUN Education terdekat.

2STEP 2: KONSULTASI DENGAN KONSELOR SUN EDUCATION GROUP

Dapatkan informasi lengkap mengenai bidang studi, prospek karir, pemilihan negara dan universitas berdasarkan minat dan kemampuan.

SUN Education bekerjasama dengan Biro Psikologi terkemuka: Tes Bakat Indonesia, memberikan pelayanan extra bagi siswa yang membutuhkan bimbingan lebih lanjut mengenai penjuruan studi dan eksplorasi minat bakat.

3STEP 3: PROSES APLIKASI

Untuk mendaftar diperlukan dokumen seperti mengisi formulir pendaftaran, nilai akademis (ijasah, rapor, UAN), ujian bahasa Inggris internasional (IELTS™, TOEFL® atau tes lainnya) dan fotokopi paspor.

Tambahan dokumen lainnya bila diperlukan adalah seperti surat akademik dan profesional, personal statement, surat referensi kerja dan proposal riset. Tidak perlu khawatir, semua proses pengurusan dokumen di atas akan dibimbing oleh konselor SUN Education yang berpengalaman.

4STEP 4: OFFER LETTER

Konselor SUN Education akan membantu mem-follow up penerimaan dari institusi yang dituju. Tergantung dari level studi dan institusi yang dituju, biasanya dibutuhkan waktu 1 minggu hingga 2 bulan untuk mendapatkan surat penerimaan ini.

5STEP 5: PEMBAYARAN BIAYA SEKOLAH (TUITION FEE)

Setelah menerima Offer Letter dan semua persyaratan akademis dipenuhi, maka siswa akan diminta untuk melakukan pembayaran biaya uang sekolah dan/atau biaya lain yang diperlukan.

6STEP 6: PENGURUSAN VISA PELAJAR

Konselor SUN Education akan mengurus surat permohonan visa pelajar di negara yang bersangkutan. Untuk mengajukan visa pelajar diperlukan dokumen seperti formulir visa, surat penerimaan (letter offer), bukti keuangan dari orangtua atau pihak sponsor, bukti akademik terakhir, akte lahir, kartu keluarga dan lainnya.

7STEP 7: TIKET, AKOMODASI DAN PENJEMPUTAN

Konselor SUN Education akan membantu dalam hal pengurusan tiket pesawat, akomodasi dan penjemputan di negara tujuan.

8STEP 8: PRE DEPARTURE BRIEFING

Mengikuti pengarahan (pre departure briefing) dari konselor SUN Education sebelum berangkat ke negara tujuan. Selama siswa studi di luar negeri, konselor kami pun akan selalu siap membantu.

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DEF (AdBlue) level display

Show the current level of your AdBlue diesel exhaust fluid (DEF).

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Top 5 Problems Volkswagen Jetta Sedan 5th Generation 2006-10

Despite being mildly dismayed by the base 2.5-liter fifth-generation Jetta's inclination toward comfort instead of sport and the tepid performance of the new five-cylinder engine, we held out hope for the high-performance GLI version. Among Volkswagen aficionados, the letters GLI are held in high esteem and are perhaps second only to the letters GTI. Since its inception, the GLI moniker has graced sedan versions of the hatchback GTI-all the joy of the GTI but in the more-family-friendly Jetta package.

When the 2006 Jetta GLI debuted at the Detroit auto show back in January, we learned that it would arrive several months before the nearly identical fifth-generation GTI. (That car debuted in Europe at the end of 2004, but we won't get it until mid-'06.) Staffers who experienced the new GTI on European soil were impressed. The news that we'd get the GLI before the GTI was almost enough to make us look past the new Jetta's Corolla-esque styling, and the 18-inch wheels didn't hurt the looks, either. Previously, some staffers called the Jetta's styling sophisticated; these statements were not without dissent.

While we waited for the GLI to show up, the Jetta's platform mate, the Audi A3, turned up and wowed us with its civilized yet sporty dynamics (C/D, July 2005). Expectations were running quite high when a new GLI finally pulled into our parking lot for 10 days of attacking back roads and trolling interstates.

The tweaks that make a regular Jetta into a GLI are for the most part tasteful, restrained, and only address what is necessary to make the sweet-sorority-sister Jetta into a beer-guzzling fraternity boy. Alterations involve increasing power, firming up the chassis, and subtly differentiating the interior and exterior. How subtle? The only noteworthy exterior change is a blacked-out honeycomb grille that replaces the slatted chrome unit.

In this latest version of the GLI, Volkswagen selected the corporate 197-hp, 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine with direct fuel injection. The cooling effect of directly injecting fuel into the combustion chamber lets VW get away with a high-for a turbocharged engine-compression ratio of 10.3:1. And running that high compression ratio keeps the engine making decent power in those rare moments when the turbocharger is snoozing. It's never sleeping for long, though, as the torque peak of 207 pound-feet is reached at just 1800 rpm. Compared with the previous-generation GLI's 180-hp, 1.8-liter four-cylinder, the added displacement and higher compression ratio of the new engine virtually eliminate the minor turbo lag that gave the 1.8-liter a rubber-band-like power delivery-just a small delay between hitting the pedal and getting the power. It didn't really bother us until we sampled the new engine, which responds immediately and linearly.

At the test track the 3353-pound GLI ran to 60 mph in 7.1 seconds on its way to a 15.5-second quarter-mile time at 92 mph. We weren't bowled over by these numbers, especially when compared with the almost identically geared A3, at 107 fewer pounds, that ran to 60 mph in 6.5 seconds. Perhaps it was a combination of the extra weight, a relatively green engine (it had only 1292 miles on the odometer), and the larger and heavier 18-inch wheels, but the GLI lacked the frisky nature of the A3.

STEVE SPENCE
We drive a lot of fine cars here, although you won't read a lot about how the gas gauges of fine cars move downward fast. So here's a really fine car-an ergonomic masterpiece, with a wonderfully simple and functional cockpit (reaching not required); a car with excellent acceleration and just a superb manual transmission; a car that feels very expensive in both materials and ride quality that I drove 61 miles before the fuel dial retreated exactly one notch on an 18-notch gauge. I was staring at the damn thing, thinking something was wrong with it. I'm excited enough to call this the best Jetta ever made, and maybe the best VW, period.

DAVE VANDERWERP
What's not to like when the Jetta gets 18-inch wheels that are snazzy enough to be aftermarket, a sporty steering wheel, seats that cradle in the right places, and 49 more horsepower in the form of a fantastically flexible direction-injection turbo four? Even so, I'm not ecstatic. For one, the view out front is odd. All the sheetmetal is hidden from my eyes by the short, sloped hood-feels too much like watching a movie. It's essentially a sedan version of the Audi A3, but the same engine tugs harder in the Audi, likely due to 107 fewer pounds. Plus, hatchbacks always beat sedans in cargo hauling. The price is the same, too, so I'll take the better-looking A3.

TONY SWAN
Assessed as an instrument for dissecting urban traffic, the GLI isn't quite as scalpel sharp as some of the small hot-rod sedans zooming around town. There may be just a little too much mass for the level of muscle available here. But put it in a back-road environment rich in fast sweepers, ess bends, and decreasing radii, and this car comes to life. The GLI is agile, precise, and totally predictable, with the taut, tightly strung feel that's peculiar to cars that have autobahn in their DNA. As compact sedans go, this one doesn't go cheap. But you get what you pay for: a sophisticated small sedan that delivers carved-from-billet solidity and is endlessly entertaining to drive.

We were curious to see if the new GLI was slower than the last of the fourth-generation GLIs. We hadn't officially tested an '05 GLI, so we rounded up a low-mileage (5537 miles) example and ran it through our battery of tests. That GLI, weighing 277 fewer pounds, turned 60 mph in 7.1 seconds and skated through the quarter-mile in 15.5 seconds at 89 mph. The numbers for both cars were close except for the 5-to-60 time, which took an extra half-second in the '05 car--see what we mean about turbo lag? To the testing equipment, the two Jettas were basically identical, but to the wheelman, the '05 GLI felt faster because it offered a raw and intimate experience. Clearly, the new GLI has a different set of priorities from those of the previous model.

The '06 GLI is larger and more refined than the fourth-generation car. When the Jetta was redesigned, it grew inside and out (especially in the back seat), material and build quality improved, and structural rigidity and isolation from the outside world increased. The Jetta, and especially the GLI, moved up a class in the automotive caste system, allowing it to make direct eye contact with sports sedans such as the Acura TSX and Volvo S40. As much fun as the last GLI was, it wasn't big or sophisticated enough to compete at that level.

It should come as no surprise, then, that this GLI's chassis isn't as extreme as its predecessor's, which was lowered 0.8 inch in front and a full inch in back versus the standard Jetta's. The new GLI isn't lowered compared with the base model, so it sits high and awkward-looking above the 18-inch wheels. That previous GLI didn't ride too harshly in most conditions, but dropping the ride height reduced wheel travel, making it easier to smack into the jarring bump stops on large impacts.

MORGAN J. SEGAL

It takes a lot of provocation to get the new GLI to compress its longer springs enough to meet the bump stops. What the new GLI does get is a slightly stiffened version of the strut-front and multilink-rear suspension of the base Jetta. The suspension tuning keeps the GLI more planted and, along with larger anti-roll bars, less inclined to body roll, but even with the optional 18-inch wheels ($750), there isn't much of a loss in ride comfort--17-inch wheels with 225/45R-17 summer tires are standard. Open your wallet for the 18s, and you get low-profile 225/40R-18 Bridgestone RE050A tires that are well matched to the rest of the chassis changes. The extra grip from the summer tires is likely responsible for the 169-foot stop from 70 mph. The A3, with the same brakes but less aggressive all-season rubber, did the deed in 185 feet. The lighter, previous Jetta needed only 160 feet to stop from 70 mph.

On the skidpad, grip was an unimpressive 0.83 g. We expected more because the A3 we recently tested achieved 0.82 g with all-season meats. On the road, the GLI squeals its tires more than we like, but it never wants for grip. Sure, it feels larger than its point-and-shoot antecedent, which didn't do much better on the skidpad at 0.84 g, but--it may sound like we're making excuses--the new GLI satisfies its driver with tactile feedback that is communicative but never unrefined and slick-feeling controls that inspire confidence and encourage high-speed driving.

What one first notices on entering the GLI is the tilting and telescoping three-spoke multifunction steering wheel that combines the flat bottom of the Lamborghini Gallardo's with the thick and sculpted feel of the Ferrari F430's. Wrapping your paws around it elevates your mood faster than free beer. Connected to the wheel is VW's electrically assisted rack-and-pinion steering that does a convincing impersonation of hydraulic power assist. On-center feel seems better than that of the base car and makes triple-digit speeds stress-free. Turn-in is predictable. It's easy to place the GLI, and there isn't the least bit of dartiness, but it doesn't exactly hide its larger size, especially if you drive it back-to-back with the previous generation.

The rest of the interior is much like the five-cylinder Jetta's. The dashboard sits quite high, a product of the tall cowl. The gauges, the aluminum trim, and the dressed-up pedals are exclusive to the GLI, but the climate control and the radio can be had in the base Jetta. A leather-wrapped shift knob exclusive to the GLI sprouts from between the seats and has a light and positive feel but still can't match the mechanical precision of the TSX's shifter.

Our tester had comfortable and supportive optional leather seats that were part of a $3200 package that bundles dual-zone climate control, heated front seats, a sunroof, satellite radio, and radio and trip- computer controls on the steering wheel. À la carte options include rear side-impact airbags ($350) and the 18-inch wheels and tires. Our loaded manual GLI (the twin-clutch automatic DSG would add $875) stickered for an Audi-like $28,705. German refinement doesn't come cheap these days, even when it's wearing a VW badge.

It might sport that badge, but the rest of the vehicle constantly whispers Audi, so much so that this newest GLI bears almost no relation to the previous GLI. This successor is chasing after $25,000-to-$30,000 sports sedans, and if you're shopping in that class, the GLI is a viable alternative. However, many of us will miss the cheeky nature of the previous GLI. We'll get over it. After all, we still loved George Jefferson even after he stopped being Archie Bunker's neighbor and moved on up to the East Side.

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