he Brazilian Golf seems a little more
fragile than it's German bretheren.
Sure the plastics are still top notch,
the interior well designed and the shut
line laser tight but there are hust a
few too many problems.
Windshield wipers that snapped in the
first half mile, a dashboard that
worked loose by 2000 miles, a passenger
airbag that failed and had to be
replaced at 5,000 and some very fragile
wheel hubs and you see why my
confidence has been a little shaken.
Blue lighting at night... eats up
highway miles with ease... stereo
better than it has a right to be
Build quality closer to German
assembled cars, dealer servicing at