I have seen every one of this workhorse's, my 1993 Volkswagen Cabriolet, 189,000 miles. Now that she's a geriatric, she's gained a bit of an attitude with her reliability, but is still far more dependable than any other car her age and/or with her miles (if you can find one).
I have loved my 93 vw ... i should
note ... before this i had a 91 vw
jetta which i did not (like) ... the
only negative i can say about this car
is the oil pressure switch is sometimes
a hassle - if u get a good vw mechanic -
they can take care of it .... as of
2003, i have 173000 miles on it ... and
i have never changed the clutch or had
any other major problems .... been
fun ... and i plan to keep it ... for a
long time ...
I'm the third owner with 125k right now. Oil pressure switch gives me a fit sometimes, but she starts every time and still gets looks. My wife loves the little car, and it's definitely a unique one, the last year of the MKI body style!
This Cabriolet is the first VW that I myself have ever owned, actually the first car that is really mine! And I'm 61! I have been looking for a Cabriolet for several years and when I found this one, I know I paid a little too much and she needs a little work, but I have so much fun driving this car! This car fits me to a T, my hubby, not so much.Thank goodness we can put the top down! I'm planning on keeping my Gretel until the fenders fall off or someone offers me a million for her whichever comes first. ha ha