The 2014 Volkswagen Jetta sedan has a fuel tank size of 14.5 gallons. This amount has been the same in the base sedan model since 1984.
According to the U.S. Department of Energy, the second generation of Volkswagen Jettas was introduced in 1984, and since then the base sedan model has come with a 14.5-gallon gas tank. The first generation, from 1979 to 1984, had a gas tank that held just over 10 gallons. The European models sometimes vary slightly in gas tank size. The Jetta SportWagens, which were introduced in 2009, have the same 14.5-gallon fuel tank capacity that the standard Jetta sedans do.Learn More
Since 2012, Nissan's slogan has been "Innovation That Excites" in the United States. For the two years preceding 2012, the slogan "Innovation For All" was used in the United States.Full Answer >
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Programming a Toyota remote is a process that requires the programmer to follow some simple steps that involve the ignition switch, the driver's door, the remote and the master door lock switch. Before commencing the programming process, the door of the driver should be open and unlocked, and the key should not be in the ignition.Full Answer >
According to Bleacher Report, specifications mandate that IndyCars weigh 1,525 pounds, not counting fuel and driver. This is significantly less than NASCAR stock cars, which typically weigh between 3,200 and 3,400 pounds, including fuel and driver.Full Answer >