2004 Volkswagen R32 Consumer Review: from evo to R32
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2004 Volkswagen R32 - Consumer Review

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Base 2dr Hatchback (3.2L V6 AWD 6-speed Manual)

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from evo to R32
By rosie83 on

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2004 Volkswagen R32 2dr Hatchback (3.2L 6cyl 6M)

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we had the evo 2003 and traded it in on the R32. it took a little while to get used to the difference between the cars. the evo had the turbo that would jump you from the start, but the R32 has the power behind it to pull you through. the turns are not quite as sharp but it can handle the city's roads alot better. i like the fact that most people pull up beside me and dont know what they are getting into, while that really didnt happen much in the evo because it was a little more flashy. all in all im really happy with the R32. we also have the leather option which the evo did not offer. its smooth, safe, and powerfull in a small package.

Best Features

the entire car from the wheels to the heated seats. it has a great package with power and still, it rides very smooth. a great bonus is it can fit so much in it. i put four passengers, myself, and four suitcases in it comfortably and could still squeeze into a city spot.

Worst Features

i love turbo. if this car had turbo too i would be in heaven. i miss the boost of the evo but i love the power of the R32. i know the option is available but i want to keep the warranty valid. if it came standard, i would trade it in today, no question.
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