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  • 2012 Volkswagen GTI Base in Gray
    80,212 miles
    Dealer:  (13)
    13.7 mi away
    Stock# CW079664
    List

    $12,567

    *
    Est. Loan: $235/mo
    Fair Deal!Fair Deal!

    AutoNation Ford Burleson - Burleson / Texas

    Located 14 miles away from Fort Worth, TX

    Bluetooth Connection,Rear Spoiler,INTERLAGOS; CLOTH SEAT TRIM,UNITED GRAY METALLIC This vehicle includes a Money-Back Guarantee* and passed our precise inspection process. Best of all the price you see is the price you pay. No haggling. No back and forth. No pressure. And this price is so good it is guaranteed. *Money-Back Guarantee is valid for 5 days or 250 miles, whichever comes first. Subject to certain terms and conditions. See store for details. Some restrictions apply.

    Dealer Review:

    Michael Barrow is one of the best salespeople I have ever worked with, and he made the experience of buying our truck easy. Not pushy, responsive, and attentive to what we wanted. AutoNation also stepped up and took care of an issue after the sale, which they didn't need to do, but were committed to the right thing being done. Michael insured all of it was seamless, and helped us take care of the item after the sale, which many salespeople try to pass off to others. I can't say enough about the character of Michael Barrow, and his kindness towards customers, whether they buy from him or not.

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2012 Volkswagen GTI Base with Tire Pressure Warning, Rear Bench Seats, Stability Control, Heated seats, Aux Audio Inputs.
    Engine: 4-cylinders
    Transmission: Automated_manual
    Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
    27 Combined MPG (24 City/33 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No
    Listed since: 10-17-2018

  • 2010 Volkswagen GTI Base in Black
    99,522 miles
    Dealer:  (0)
    11.8 mi away
    Stock# 271030096
    List

    $7,798

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    Est. Loan: $160/mo
    Great Deal!Great Deal!

    Mondial Auto Sales - Arlington / Texas

    Located 12 miles away from Fort Worth, TX

    Dealer Review:

    My son bought a car from Mondial (8/27/18) to take back and forth to college in Waco. We eventually spoke with Sam who was very friendly and seemed to show great concern for my son's well being, citing his son who was at the office who was going to Baylor (close to where my son was going) for medical school and how he wanted to make sure the car ($3,500) was in tip top condition. He kept the car a few extra days as "he wanted to treat my son as his own and make sure the car is good". We explained that my son was starting school on Monday and we needed to have it by Saturday we were assured that the 3 days would be enough time to get it ready. Unfortunately, he was not able to get the car ready in time and I had to drive my son to school for the first day. When we got there and spoke with Sam, he bragged about all of the things he did to it (his mechanic was flubbing around for some reason that is now clear) and that the price was now $3,800 due to all of the work he did to it. My son couldn't miss school so were forced to buy the car...and at that time we were also informed about the "binding arbitrary agreement" that we were required to sign as well. My son gave him $3,841.72 in cash, which was the culmination of 3 years of mowing grass and working a part time job and shook Sam's hand. Sam wished him well on his school journey. Approximately 2 weeks later, my son calls to tell me that the car had broke down on the side of the road and would not start. Sam had informed me that it was probably a sensor control issue, so over the next few days as time permitted we replaced the 4 of them, however, the car still would not start. Since this was out of my expertise, I hired an independent mechanic to look at the car and was told IMMEDIATELY that the car's timing chain had broke, further that since it was a chain (and not a belt) and in looking at the car closer, it was obvious that whoever sold me the car knew about it (chains do not just break) and its a "common" scam to get rid of cars. The mechanic felt so bad about how Sam screwed my son over that he REFUSED to take payment for the diagnosis (he is a mobile mechanic) and gave me an attorney's name/number and a sworn statement. Not wanting to believe someone that said that he viewed my son as his own and created a feeling of family (as noted by other older comments), I called and left a number of messages to talk to him about what could be done to fix it. When I FINALLY reached him and explained the series of events (and I so wish I would have recorded this because I wouldn't believe it if you said it to me), he said that I could bring it in, but because it was one of two types of engines, the engine was destroyed and it would cost more to replace than it was worth. The way he rattled this information off, it was obvious he KNEW that the timing chain was ready to go and was looking for a sucker (my son) to dump it off. He then said that he will check on something and call me back. I called around and got quotes around $3000 JUST for the belt, the engine, etc would be more. ALL future calls left for him have went un-returned. I left messages on the recorder, cell phone, with his son.......... and nothing. I was trying to give the benefit of the doubt and even in light of the evidence to the contrary say he did NOT know that the chain (not belt) was ready to break and do a split the difference and at least try to be fair about an unfortunate incident. But his actions (rather inaction) tells me that he took advantage of my son. Since my son was in such a pinch having to drive 200 miles a day for school, I ended up junking the car at a loss of over $2,800 and bought him a car from a reputable dealer. Believe whatever you would like from this event, but I have researched the arbitration document I was "forced" to sign. That document signs away MOST of my rights to go after him, it takes the control of this matter going to a court (which we all know who would win given the facts) to a company that HE decides (shocker on how they will vote). PLUS, instead of the process being court(aka minimal fees) and being able to do discovery, etc. YOU (not he) has to pay A LOT of money to go through binding arbitration. AND when (not if) you lose, you then have to pay his attorney fees as well. Its a win win for car dealerships, but HORRIBLE for average consumers like my son. Again, believe WHATEVER you want, I would just BEG anyone that after reading this that would still would buy a car from this company to REFUSE to sign the binding arbitration agreement (IT IS NOT REQUIRED BY STATE LAW AS I WAS TOLD). At least if something happens, you won't be in the same position my son is in. The two vehicles that I bought around the same time for my son and myself didn't even bring that up (and oddly enough, they are both running just fine). The good of this is that my son learned a VERY valuable lesson that day, not all fathers have the same integrity.

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2010 Volkswagen GTI Base with Tire Pressure Warning, Rear Bench Seats, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Stability Control, Heated seats.
    Engine: 4-cylinders
    Transmission: Automated_manual
    Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
    27 Combined MPG (24 City/32 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No

  • 2008 Volkswagen GTI
    112,268 miles
    Dealer:  (2)
    14.7 mi away
    Stock# 283314176
    List

    $6,550

    *
    Est. Loan: $134/mo

    Hiley Volkswagen of Arlington - Arlington / Texas

    Located 15 miles away from Fort Worth, TX

    Dealer Review:

    Agreed with salesman on amount of $7,500 for used car. Even signed a worthless "No Add Ons" document. When meeting with finance person however, he insisted on me handing them a check of $1,000 for downpayment to which I agreed. On the paperwork however, it still listed the full $7,500 with no down payment deducted from the amount to be financed-in other words, the down payment amount they require is a gift (theft) as they add it again in the total. They further added another "bonus plus" $1,000 and then the finance man I guess opening his mouth too much, stated that the dealership had added $3,000 to the sales amount for a total of $11,000. Accordingly, I walked out and will never buy a thing from them. Absolutely dishonest!

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2008 Volkswagen GTI with Tire Pressure Warning, Rear Bench Seats, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Stability Control, Aux Audio Inputs.
    Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
    24 Combined MPG (20 City/29 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No

  • 2010 Volkswagen GTI Base in Dark Red
    65,289 miles
    Dealer:  (0)
    18.8 mi away
    Stock# 276842671
    List

    Not Listed

    Texas Toyota of Grapevine - Grapevine / Texas

    Located 19 miles away from Fort Worth, TX

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2010 Volkswagen GTI Base with Tire Pressure Warning, Rear Bench Seats, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Stability Control, Heated seats.
    Engine: 4-cylinders
    Transmission: Automated_manual
    Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
    27 Combined MPG (24 City/32 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No

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Still going strong....
Nigel,03/13/2016
I bought my 2007 GTI as a CPO with about 60k on the odometer and now have about 185k. Having never owned a vehicle with a turbocharged engine I was pleased with the acceleration to say the least. Interior and trim is heads above domestic vehicles and their cheap plastic interior pieces. Bi-xenon headlamps are stellar for night driving. Manual transmission shifts smooth. I just changed the gear oil about a month ago. Seems that my switch to Motul oil may have made the shifts a little harder. I may go back to the OEM gear oil. The car has been a gem for the most part. Only maintenance I have really done is oil, brakes, tires, timing belt (bought as a kit with water pump, pulleys and tensioner) and thermostat. Cost of parts isn't that bad either in the grand scheme of things. I will say that if you can do your own work you will be fine. VW dealerships aren't known for being cheap by any standard. I paid over $400 bucks for a simple service visit which basically consisted of an oil change and air filters (of course their multi-point inspection *rolling eyes*). Whatever it was it wasn't worth $400 bucks. I resigned myself to doing all my own maintenance and repairs after that visit. Luckily VW is supported by owners forums on the web that can basically walk you through most repairs and help diagnose problems. I will say that despite the ridiculous repair costs at the dealership, their customer service is fantastic. For example, VW has a 12 year anti-corrosion warranty on their vehicles. I had some rust appearing on the rear hatch and decided to take it in and see if they would honor their warranty. They took pictures, sent them to VW and was informed that it may take a few weeks to get an answer. Sure enough, they honored the repair and gave me a 2015 Golf for a loaner. Not bad, not bad at all. You surely would never get an American manufacturer to warranty a rust claim on a 8-9 year old car. In conclusion, it's been a great car for what it is. Fun, fast, handles well, great gas mileage, reliable and four doors. I'll be hard pressed to buy another domestic car after this.
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