I bought the car new and have owned it for 19 years now. Besides servicing the brakes, belts once, muffler three times everything else still holds up. Commute three times a week, drive for pleasure occasionally. Buying this car was money well spent.
4.88 out of 5 stars
great car for little cash!
tango cat 223,09/21/2004
GL 2dr Hatchback
We bought this car used last year for
our newly-driving daughter. Although 12
years old, this car had low mileage and
no body rust (great news when you live
near the salt water of the Atlantic
Ocean). After a year of hard-driving
fun, the whole family loves to tool
around in this indestructable machine.
If you come across one, consider
yourself lucky and drop the $500 to
experience one of your own!
The Used 1991 Volkswagen Golf is offered in the following submodels: Golf Hatchback. Available styles include GL 4dr Hatchback, and GL 2dr Hatchback.
The Used 1991 Volkswagen Golf comes with front wheel drive.
Available transmissions include: 5-speed manual.
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