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Volkswagen Bora 1999-2008 Service and Repair Manual, electrical  wiring diagrams, engine and transmission diagnostics, error codes, fuse locations. The manual can be downloaded in PDF format for free.

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Volkswagen Bora

Bora has been known since the late 1990s: it was then that we had sedans with this name, made on the basis of the fourth generation VW Golf. In Europe, both before and after, such sedans were called Jetta. In 2001, the production of Bora was established in China at the FAW plant in Changchun, where, after a generation change, it also evolved into the Jetta.


However, in addition to the original Bora, another model was also produced in China, slightly simplified and designed in the style of the Passat of those years. And it was she who launched a parallel family of sedans, which continued to be sold under the name Bora! Moreover, the models of the second and third generations were based on the same platform of the fourth Golf PQ34, although Jetta moved to a more recent PQ35 chassis, like its Sagitar version extended by 50 mm. And in China, since 2008, on the basis of the same PQ34, Lavida has been produced - a sedan that is made at a joint venture with SAIC.


In 2018, all these models switched to the modern modular MQB platform at once and changed generations: in China they started selling the seventh Jetta, the third Lavida and the fourth Bora. And it was the latter that was now brought in as a substitute for the Jetta.


In terms of dimensions, the Bora is not inferior to the Jetta, but it has a different body

At first glance, Bora is really easy to confuse with Jetta. Both models are decorated in the current Volkswagen style with a wide “lip” under the number and triangular sections of foglights. Longitudinal vyshtampovki on the sidewalls and the shape of the trunk of the two models also look similar. That's just not a single identical body part in two cars! And the easiest way to distinguish them is by the shape of the side glazing: the Jetta has additional windows in the rear pillars, while the Bora instead has separate glass sections in the doors themselves.


The sedans are almost identical in size. The length of the Bora is 4672 mm, exactly 30 mm less than the Jetta. At the same time, the Chinese sedan is 16 mm wider (1815 mm) and 19 mm lower (1478 mm). The wheelbase is the same - 2688 mm. Trunks differ nominally: 506 and 510 liters, respectively, but it is impossible to see these four liters with your eyes.


The MQB platform went to Bora in a simple version, so it does not have a multi-link suspension - only a beam. But modern motors

As a base, the atmospheric engine 1.5 MPI of the EA211 series is offered - in fact, the European 1.5 TSI, only without a turbine. In the atmospheric version, it digests bad gasoline and develops 113 hp. and 145 Nm, which is close to the characteristics of the well-known 1.6 MPI engine (110 hp and 155 Nm). The engine is aggregated with a 6-speed Aisin, and this pair carries the sedan quite phlegmatically: 13.7 s to a hundred and 190 km / h of maximum speed.


There is a more fun option - with a 150-horsepower 1.4 TSI turbo engine and a 7-speed DSG. With it, the manufacturer claims already 8.3 s to 100 km / h and a 20 km / h higher maximum speed with fuel consumption almost equal to that of the aspirated.

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