2019 VW Jetta Comparison Chart


The 2019 VW Jetta will be arriving soon with some noticeable changes! Check out this comparison chart to see what will be standard on a 2019 Jetta S model.


RSVP and join us for the VW Jetta launch party May 17th At Volkswagen Southtowne from 3-7pm.


Volkswagen Utah Specials: April



https://www.vwsouthtowne.com/new-vehicles/ VW Utah Passat Specials April Apr18_RedHot_Alltrack_300x250 Apr18_RedHot_300x250_Pandora

Volkswagen Southtowne MSRP will buy back your vehicle 2006 newer less mileage, damage, and dealer incentives. Not combined with other offers. Lease $3900 down payment. 36/mo and 10,000/year mileage allowance. Tax, Title, Licensing, First month payment, and dealer feeds not included in price. Includes owner loyalty. 700+ Tier 1 credit. Dealer arranged Financing. On approved credit. See Dealer for more details.

Team Manager: Ramon Ozorio


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Carly Bartosiewicz

Brayden Bennett

David Alvarado

Rexlynd Florendo 

Bryson Hendricks

Chris Swenson

Branden Mascarenas

Koda Wright

Brandon Solomon


Team Manager: Mujo Kuburic


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Phil Green 

Jennifer Ozorio 

Michelle Winberg 

Gabriel Guerrero

Sijan Sabic 

Shane Sweeney

Hazen Hancock

Richard Ley

Team Manager: Tom Maxwell


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John Tullis

Bo Atkins

Charlie Noble

Taylor Sanders 

Roberto Flores

Cannon Peters

Olivia Powell

What would you like to see Utah do with it’s VW Settlement money?


Utah will be receiving approximately $35 million dollars as part of the VW Tdi Emissions settlement. According to KSL.com Donna Kemp Spangler, the communications director at the Utah Department of Environmental Equality, says that Utahns can help decide where the large settlement goes.

Utah’s portion of the money will be used to offset the nitrogrn oxide emissions from the approximate 7,000 Volkswagen, Audi, and Porche automobiles. The agency has hinted at the money going to projects such as FrontRunner technology upgrades to reduce emmissions. Governor Herbert has also allocated $7.87 million for the replacement of diesel school buses from a separate 2016 partial settlement for VW violations of unfair trade, deceptive acts, and consumer protection laws.

You can read more about the settlement and how it effects Utahns by clicking HERE at the DEQ website. You can also read more about the most recent update by Liesl Nielsen at KSL.com.

From the DEQ Website:

Public Input

Beginning November 1, the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) will seek public input on which eligible vehicle/equipment categories should be included in the final Environmental Mitigation Plan (EMP) for the State of Utah. The public comment period will go through November 30, 2017.

The public is encouraged to use the interactive calculator (Excel) to learn which categories will achieve the needed NOx reductions while staying within the funding limits.

Reviewing the advisory committee’s suggestions is also encouraged. The public is invited to comment on their recommendations as well.

At the end of the public input period, the public’s selections and comments will be summarized and made available on this website.

You can watch the DEQ recently held a Facebook live session below:

Utah VW Classic Pre Show Party 2017!


Join VW Southtowne, Utah Transporter Association, and Bumblebees KBBQ food truck on September 15th from 6-8pm for the Utah VW Classic Pre-Show party! Bring your new and classic VW’s to hang out with fellow VW lovers, at VW Southtowne, the night before the Utah VW Classic Car show in Riverton on September 16th.

**Bumblebees KBBQ DID sell out last year so come early and bring your $$!

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