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2007 Volkswagen Jetta GLi Fahrenheit Edition

It’s funny how similar the Golf and Jetta are, and yet how far apart the people that really get into them are. Enthusiasts really seem to like one or the other, but generally don’t really like both. I have to say, while I’m pretty firmly in the “Golf” camp myself, there are a few GLis that I really appreciate – the original Mk.1 GLis are some of my favorites, and in more recent times the Mk.5 and Mk.6 GLis have been pretty impressive and competent sports sedans. In particular, the newest of the range really steps up as a budget A4. But with a few special editions available in both the Mk.4 and Mk. 5 platform, there are some things to love there as well. Today’s Fahrenheit Edition GLi is one such special; a Jetta GLi that was turned up to 11 to make it a little more special:

Year: 2007
Model: Jetta GLi Fahrenheit Edition
Engine: 2.0 liter turbocharged inline-4
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 63,975 mi
Price: $10,777 Buy It Now

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 2007 Volkswagen Jetta GLi Fahrenheit Edition on eBay

2007 Volkswagen Jetta This is a smoke-free automobile.There is no damage evident on this vehicle.This is a garage kept vehicle.The engine on this vehicle is running properly.This vehicle has no known defects.The exterior of this vehicle is extra clean.Extra clean interior. Absolutely no rips, odors or abuse.There is approximately 75% of the tire tread remaining.The mileage represented on this vehicle is accurate.There are no signs of prior damage on this vehicle.There are no noticeable dings on the exterior of this vehicle.This vehicle has a smooth shifting transmission.All power equipment is functioning properly.

The Yellow caries over to the interior on this car, with stitching and accents which tie it all together. The “Charleston” 18″ wheels are neat and fit the design well, though these show a little curbing typical on Mk.5 wheels. Otherwise, the car appears in great shape and with lower miles is offered at a quite reasonable $10,777 – a figure not far out of line with the earlier and more problematic Mk. 4 GLis. Truth be told, I like the look of the Mk.4 slightly more than the Mk.5, and some would complain that the interior details on Jettas of late have cheapened. But keeping in mind this is a 200hp, 6 speed performance sedan for under $11,000 in great shape, I think it’s pretty reasonably priced for a special daily driver!



  1. motoringconbrio
    motoringconbrio November 20, 2013

    Those are some pretty unfortunate tramp stamps on its front and rear body panels.

  2. Walter R. Moore
    Walter R. Moore November 20, 2013

    Another busted Auction link. Sorry to be that guy again.

    Where all the Fahrenheit edition cars yellow? Every one I’ve seen has been – including the one that shares part of their daily commute with me.

  3. motoringconbrio
    motoringconbrio November 20, 2013

    The Fahrenheit Jetta GLIs were all yellow, yes. The Fahrenheit Golf GTIs were all orange.

  4. Carter
    Carter November 20, 2013

    Walter; Not at all, appreciate the heads up when the links don’t work. In that particular case I’m not sure why, but I replaced all of the links and they work for me. Sorry about that. As motoringconbrio noted, yes, all the Fahrenheit GLis were Imola Yellow and all the GTis are Magma Orange.


  5. AlwaysFixing
    AlwaysFixing November 20, 2013

    Agreed, that’s some pretty bad pinstriping.

  6. Doug
    Doug November 21, 2013

    Watch out for those $699 “dealer fees” on eBay too…

  7. Jeffrey
    Jeffrey November 21, 2013

    Dealer seems like a scumbag. He couldn’t even write different descriptions for the different cars he is selling. How is the Benz and this Jetta have the same exact tread life on the tires?

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