People keep asking me if my car is a
current year model. The Corrado is the
best unknown VW. I have seen many a
new car owners, in particular new to VW
owners rubbernecking. I can only image
them thinking that "Hey! How'd I miss
that VW on the lot. I would have bought
it instead of this!". Smooth ride, I
think the G60 is better balanced than
the VR6 later models. Easy to upgrade,
timeless styling, good on gas (Still
26mpg w/ mods, when I stay off the
gas), Neat features like the MFA
computer, two position sunroof, speed
activated spolier (just like the
Porsche's), BBS wheels. I could go on,
but this is the best VW I've owned.
Power locks work both doors and hatch
at the same time. Both windows have
auto-down feature. MFA comp. Handling
is great. Timeless Styling is superb.
Top quality-not a single rattle in a
12yr old car. Easy maintenence.
One worrisome item is the
supercharger. It's pretty pricing to
replace. Many people quickly turn to a
turbo when the charger "G"renades.
The number 1 improvement I could think
of would be a 2005 VW Corrado T2.0.
True VW enthusiasts will appreciate the
design and power of this supercharged
G60 engine. VW's have their history
rooted in 4 cylinders and this one is a
classic. The car has a lot of power,
handles incredibly, looks like a Euro
car, and is comfortable. It may look
small but with its slightly sloped rear
hatch this car has enough room to fit a
30,000 BTU air conditioner(with rear
seats down of course). I've owned one
for 9 years and am still as enthused as
the first day I purchased it.