I brought 1999 GTI VR6 back in Jan
2002. It had 35,800 miles. After 1
day, the cruise control stop working.
The dealer fixed it for free. Then
about 2 months later, driver side power
window stop working. I fixed it and
cost me close to $400. Then about a
month after that Check engine came on.
The oxygen sensor went bad. Three
weeks later, while my brother was
driving it, I believe the timing belt
went bad, and he had to tow the car.
Other than these numerous problems, its
an ok car. The VW dealer ship was not
helpful at all, and when my brother
made a compliant about it to the VW
customer care, the operator was very
Interior is well equiped.
Reliability and VW dealership and VW
cusotmer care center need to imporve so
much to suck.
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