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1998 Volkswagen Golf - Consumer Discussions

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my sister and her friend are touring NZ in a vw golf 1998 automatic...
A4 or Mk4 Golf, Jetta and New Beetle are those produced since 1998 (New Beetle) and 1999 for Golf and Jetta....
RE: "We are thinking of buying a 1998 VW GL Golf for our kids. How do these cars hold up in an accident? Repairs."...
things wrong on the rear brakes of the Jetta's, Golfs,Rabbits and New Bettle I have one of those to a 1998. First off the rear brakes probably are getting too much pressure. Here is how VW made the d...
The place where Wolfsburgs come from: Every few years, when VW is revamping the model line, they get rid of the old stuff in inventory by dropping it into a 'special' model. Back when the Golf was t...
I drive 30K miles a year for work. I bought my first new car, a 1998 VW Golf GL, in black. I loved it. I pined for one for years before I bought it. I read Consumer Reports, Edmond's, etc. I want...
Golf/Jetta 1.8T timing belt service - Count on 6 hours for labor and $300 in parts if done by a private mechanic, and $500+ in parts (6-8 hours for labor) if done by a dealership....
Yes I see those 1999 VW Golf prices. But those are for the holdover 1998 Golfs still sitting at VW dealers....
Hi. I am considering buying a 95 Golf 4-door automatic for $7,000, and I'd like some advice....
Defective brake lights on Golf, GTI, Jetta, New Beetle and R32 are a potential safety hazard and should be replaced....
The first generation (Mk1) Rabbit/Golf was built from 1974-1984. (It is still under production as the Golf Citi in South Africa.)...
decision was made to wait until the new Golfs...
We had the same radio problem with a 1998 Golf after discharging a battery and when a starting motor and later an alternator broke. I had to reset it in some fashion; cannot remember what I did but th...
Passat is assembled in Germany (Golf, Beetle and Jettas in Mexico). So, it should be a little bit more reliable....
You're right about the 2.0l Golf -- it's way, way too slow, 0-60 > 10 seconds. But the original poster was looking at the GTI GLX, which has the VR6, and does 0-60 ~7 seconds....
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