If you have any recurrent problems
with your car you should just read the
Lemon Law in your state. Mainly it
says if it had 4 unsuccessful repairs
for a serious defect/safety defect or
it spent more than 30 days in service,
no matter if finally repaired or not,
the law gives you the right to ask VW
of America to repurchase or replace
your car. Yeah, that's true, your
money back minus some offset mileage
and you can buy another one. Just stay
away of VW next time. They are SOOOOO
POOR at customer support. You don't
want to get another car with problems
from them. Just read the Lemon Law!
It's that simple. And next time, don't
buy a VW!
Fun to drive; when it doesn't stop on
a freeway with the check engine light
Customer care center needs to care for
the customer. And they should stop
building cars in Mexico.
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