H&R and the New 2011 Volkswagen Jetta VI

H&R tuning house has got its hands on the all-new Volkswagen Jetta 2.5, and they have decided to take a more modest approach in its modification. After the Jetta arrived at H&R's U.S. headquarters, the tuners used their expertise in suspensions to ax the springs. The result was a brand new Jetta VI that rides 1.3-inches lower thanks to a set of Sport springs that help the small sedan handle a bit better.

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The next point of focus was the rims, which were replaced with 19x8.5 O.Z. Superturismo LM wheels. These are the perfect complement to the car's handling and appearance. Behind those new rims lie 14.4-inch cross-drilled Brembo rotors with 4-piston Monobloc grabbers that round out a nice street performance package. The new exhaust system in back is the added bonus. The rest we see in appearance are add-ons straight from Volkswagen, including the lower body kit and spoiler. That's great to know because you can pimp out your new Jetta without breaking the bank.


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