I've owned this car for 9 years and i've replaced a
few things on it, even putin my own cat-back
I bought this car with 94000 miles and now it has
247000 miles. the oil pressure is so-so, but it still
hauls but down the 405! I'll miss it.
I'll always have fond memories of this car. took me
from salt lake city to huntington beach at least 5
times a year and sometimes much more!
All for all best car for the value.
My 91 GTI 16v came with BBS RM wheels
that are extremely rare, Recaro seats,
Quad headlamp grill, big flairs, close
ratio tranny, and 2.0 16v engine.
This car handles like it is on rails,
it is extremely quick, really reliable
and it is a blast to drive each time I
get in it. In my opinion, much, much
better than the Japanese competition.
The GTI 16V was a great car that had everything I needed at the time: Utility, looks, performance and gas mileage. As it aged, more and more things started falling apart and maintenance was getting expensive (relative to its competition). I had to sell it, but was sad to see it go.
This is the most fun to drive car I've
ever had! Due to my various exploits, I
shouldn't comment on reliability. It
has a close ratio transmission, so make
sure you don't mind turning 3900+ rpm at
80mph (fuel economy suffers as a
result). This car was made for driving,
with easy to read guages and good
driving position. Ride is kind of
harsh, but handling is out of this
world. This car loves to get up and go.
I can't believe I still have my
I have owned my '91 GTI for about ten
months now. In my opinion, it is one of
the coolest cars on the road. It's a
lot of fun to drive and it gets the
looks. When you drive this car it feels
like you're driving a 5-speed go-kart.
It's handling is excellent, and the
performance is just as good. As nice as
the car may sound so far, be aware of
the usual "Volkswagen problems". Trust
me, you will have problems, and VWs
aren't cheap to fix. You will have fun
with this car, but try not to redline
it off every green light, otherwise you
will be flooded with repair bills.