i bought a jetta about two years ago
from a private owner. i had a
diagnostic done and it passed with
flying colors. shortly after i bought
it, it needed a alternator and belt,
so i took it in to get fixed. $1,000
later, i went to service my
car....$900. then my transmission
went out for no apparent
reason...$4800!! the car is a nice
car if you have money to pay for
repairs and service.
i learned my lesson after spending
$6500 in repairs in a little less than
two years; the hard way.
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