It’s essential to have the right tires by your side at all times, especially when you’re driving a vehicle as high performing and fun as the new Volkswagen Jetta. It’s one of the most efficient and enjoyable models in the American market, and today we want to help you get the most out of your driving experience. Check out the recommended tire size and inflation level for the 2019 Volkswagen Jetta with Boucher VW of Racine!
2019 Volkswagen Jetta required tire size by trim level
Not all tires are created equal, and the Jetta will have different needed tire sizes depending on the trim that you own. If you own the 2019 Jetta in its standard S trim, you’ll want to outfit it with tires that have a size rating of P205/60R16. If your Jetta model is from the R-Line trim, however, your tire of choice should have a size of P205/55R17.
2019 Volkswagen Jetta optimal pounds per square inch (psi) reading
No matter what size your tires are, however, you’ll want to be sure that each of them stay at a constant cold pressure level of 36 pounds per square inch, with cargo never exceeding 970 pounds. Also, if you have a spare in your trunk, be sure that it’s kept at around 60 psi. This way, you’ll be sure to get much more longevity out of your current set.
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Get a new set of tires on your 2019 Volkswagen Jetta with Frank Boucher VW of Racine
If you’re not quite comfortable replacing a tire for yourself yet, worry not! Our Boucher VW service department is here to help if you need a fresh new tire for your Jetta model, or a full set of four. Contact us today to schedule an appointment, and we’ll get you back out on the road in comfort.