Jetta TDI Clean Diesel: 2009 Green Car Of The Year

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This Jetta is the first clean diesel vehicle compliant in all 50 states, and gets about 38 mpg in the city, and 44 mpg on the highway 

You may remember a few weeks ago when we reported the Top 5 contenders for 2009 Green Car of the Year – and last night, the winner was awarded at the Los Angeles Auto Show, and it has proven to be the Jetta TDI Clean Diesel. This Jetta is the first clean diesel vehicle compliant in all 50 states, and gets about 38 mpg in the city, and 44 mpg on the highway. Keep your eye out for this cool new green car on the roads. 

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