So needless to say I am in the process of trying to sell my car, I had it assessed and was told that there has been body work done. It has been a nightmare and because I listened to these people, I let the time and mileage for both New Jersey's Lemon Law and the VW Better Business Bureau Arbitration program expire because they always jerked my chain about getting it fixed. It doesn't even register when a movie character hops into a car and screeches away from the curb. Errors included failing to give way to another vehicle trying to enter a lane or not braking hard enough for a stop sign. Looks like a bio dome on wheels.
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Why do people buy automatic cars? They suck.
Maybe t-shirts with an anti-VW slogan on it would be better: I bought a Jetta GLX new and cannot even begin to describe the anger and frustration this piece of crap has brought into my life. Mechanics Your car dies, you walk into the repair shop, and you just know what the mechanic is thinking: I also think it's much easier to park a manual car in difficult places than an automatic one. The door is zombie proof, so always try to hit them with the door rather than the front. I can't wait to get rid of my VW!
They can take their negative recruiting and marketing strategy somewhere else. I'm tired of this car. Should I include my car debt in my debt snowball? Going to give this some serious thought. This is why we have hydrogen powered cars -- to provide another market for all that natural gas, and to keep centralized control of the fuel among the big fossil fuel companies.