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Currently VW is trying to find another vendor for the motor to get a permanent fix. Try contacting customer care to see if they will compensate you for a few of your car payments or possibly replace your 2012 with a 2013. If VW of America won't help you and you are unhappy with the car and you have had three attempts to fix the problem, try going the lemon law route. It's frustrating to have a new car and have a problem that can't be fixed.Report it
I'm there with you on my red turbo bug. I've been told that motors have been replaced, as have circuitry. Apparently, the problem is in the auto-non-squishthehand when closing programming or chip. Still no more info and a pain.Report it
I have 2012 Turbo Beetle,great car except same window problems as everybody else. Drivers side only and a real pain in the @##! Started from day one. My mistake was taking car for a test ride on the hottest day of the year and when they pulled car around the AC was going and it felt good. I know how windows work so I didn't try it,BIG MISTAKE. When I got car home I found out and I found out that once they get your money (payed in full) they (VW) don't want to now you. Called vw customer care and as of 10/11/12 they said they SHOULD be able to fix it. Called the dealer and they said they SHOULD be able to fix it. Before they said they didn't have a fix and now they say they should be able to fix it. Sounds like more VW b.s. I have no choice but to find out. I have less than 3000 miles on it and want it FIXED!!!Report it
I just brought my 2012 Beetle in today for it's first service. They (LA Downtown VW) already knew about the window issue and have a new motor in stock. I'm bringing it in during the week, and they are providing me a rental (for free) and fixing it. Your dealer should do the same, as it's under warantee.Report it
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