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2011 Highlights

For 2011, Volkswagen has simplified the GTI's trim levels. Otherwise, the GTI remains largely unchanged.

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Pros

  • Hatchback versatility, unmatched interior sophistication, confident handling, supple ride, good fuel economy.

Cons

  • Many competitively priced sport compacts are quicker and handle better.

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Used 2011 Volkswagen GTI for Sale

Volkswagen GTI 2011 2dr Hatchback w/Sunroof (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 6M) United Gray Metallic Interlagos cloth52,644 miles
Used 2011Volkswagen GTIBase
List:$11,500
Est.Loan: $215/mo
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LOW MILES! 2D Hatchback, 6-Speed MANUAL, Interlagos w/Interlagos Cloth Seat Trim. 2011 Volkswagen GTI Clean CARFAX. FWD 6-Speed Manual 2.0L I4 TSI DOHC 16V Turbocharged Recent Arrival! 31/21 Highway/City MPG Awards: * JD Power APEAL Study * Car and Driver 10 Best Cars * 2011 IIHS Top Safety Pick Car and Driver, January 2017. Reviews: * Hatchback versatility, unmatched interior sophistication, confident handling, supple ride, good fuel economy. Source: Edmunds

Volkswagen GTI 2011 PZEV 4dr Hatchback (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 6M) Candy White Interlagos cloth100,383 miles
Used 2011Volkswagen GTIPZEV
List:$9,950
Est.Loan: $186/mo
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Volkswagen GTI 2011 2dr Hatchback (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 6M) United Gray Metallic 91,525 miles
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Best car I ever owned
I am one of those types of people that buy a new car every year. To name a few of my favorites I owned, Honda Prelude, Suburu STI, Jeep Wrangler, Honda Accord. My 2011 GTI is by far my favorite. The look, the feel, the performance..I could go on for days. If you are thinking about getting one, take it for a test drive and you will not regret it.
Not so good after 5 Months
Well I blame myself for not doing my homework, but reliability has been less than poor. Three times in the shop for Oil Separator, Water Pump and Oil Pressure Sensor. Like many state VW Customer Service is terrible. When its not in the shop its a great car. Handles well, fuel consumption is also a big plus. I don't tend to keep cars long but this may be a record even for me, may be gone for the first oil change.
5 years later... tuned, fun and smiles
It's been already 5 years with the GTI (6M, Autobahn). It is my daily commuter. And I take it to short, fun trips with the entire family (wife+2 kids). I thought of trading it for a BMW 2 series or an mk7 GTI (or golf R). But this car has aged like a good red wine. After everything she's done for me, I couldn't give her away. Instead, I added the upgraded APR flash files (v2.1)... fell in love all over again. The car surprises me so much that I giggle every time I put my foot down. Overall, the interior is in outstanding condition with absolutely no squeaks (and germanic fit and finish). Also, I've had ZERO issues with the only thing being ill changes every 7,000 miles. Do I do preventative maintenance before things brake? Yes, I replaced the water pump at 40k (weak link of this car), diverter valve and coil pack (the latter two updates are more related to the tune). In conclusion, take care of her and you'll be fine (true for most German cars).