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1997 Volkswagen Golf - Consumer Reviews

1997 Volkswagen Golf

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great car
Performance
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Fuel Economy
Fun To Drive
Interior Design
Exterior Design
Build Quality
Reliability
By blenz
on

Vehicle

1997 Volkswagen Golf Trek 4dr Hatchback


Review

The Small things that have gone wrong
have cost me a total of $15 because I
fixed them my self. the timing belt is
easy to get to and change and only cost
$20 from Ovals motorsports. The drivers
door lock broke at around90000 and cost
$6 in parts and 1 hr on a saturday to
fix the new part is much beefer and of
better quality. Overall quality is
equal to or better than toy or honda.


Best Features

everything great dependable engine and trans very good acceleration and good stopping. vertically adjustable drivers seat. allows vertically challenged people to see the road rather than the dash.


Worst Features

cup holders need to be in a better location (they fixed that recently)


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Who needs cup holders
Performance
Comfort
Fuel Economy
Fun To Drive
Interior Design
Exterior Design
Build Quality
Reliability
By zigzag
on

Vehicle

1997 Volkswagen Golf Trek 4dr Hatchback


Review

I have had my trek for over 3 years now
and will keep it until VW fixes power
windows in newer GTI's. The only real
problem with car was dealership i
bought it from (Dick Dean) Car drives
like a dream, can haul my two large
dogs nice with seats folded down.
time. If I had the heated seats and the
VR6 could keep car forever.


Best Features

not having power windows, moonroof, cupholders (they keep my wife from bringing bigs sodas in my car) when you drive you should DRIVE


Worst Features

door locks have froze on car


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