My dashboard was put in crooked at the factory, something I did not notice
for several months. I had all the usual problems with the oxygen and mass
airflow sensors, replaced 3 or 4 times (I forget which), cupholders, green
ooze in the doors, poor key, 2 second delay when getting into gear on the
automatic transmission. etc. Also an "endearing" noise in the front dash that
occurs each year at through the cold weather season. Probably some metal
parts contracting and vibrating in the cold. I contacted the president of VW in
Germany, got a letter back from Germany saying that some one in the US
would come out and look at my car. No one ever showed.
Design and ride.
Needs quality control. That 2 second delay in the transmission when going
into drive or reverse is absolutely dangerous. The dealership had the nerve to
try and convince me it was a safety feature.
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