2011 Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen Consumer Review: Stay away

2011 Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen - Consumer Review

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TDI Wagon (2.0L 4-cyl. Turbo Diesel 6-speed Automated Manual)

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By tim208 on


2011 Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen TDI 4dr Wagon (2.0L 4cyl Turbodiesel 6AM)


I work for a company with 24 vehicles of this Jetta model. We drive about 100 miles a day and most of the cars are now close to 100k miles. Two cars so far has been taken out of service due to costly repairs. I drove most of the cars and they all had the diesel injector problem before 35k miles which was covered by warranty ($9k estimate repair and a week at the shop) BUT a lot more problems will occur afterward including turbo replacement. I had to change the whole A/C kit twice (at 50k and 90k) the cost to repair is over $2k. The dealership was a great help but I would suggest to stay away. Oh, and you will change the front tires many times due to the vain spinning at take off

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Drives great and awesome turning radius. The leather interior still look like new. comfortable seats. nice sound system. Great gas mileage.
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By lsap
on 05/13/14 14:49 PM (PDT)

I am having the sam problem with the fuel injectors. My car went in to shop in february for, what they said to be, a fuel injector, 2 weeks later, they replaced another, a month later, they replaced yet a third, and then they said the first one that was replaced was "faulty" and they had to replace it again. Now here i am inside of 90 days for probably the same problem. Every time, the check engine light goes on. Even when i am highway driving, the car seems to "sputter." When i pull to a stop, it shakes. The car also needed to have a radio speaker replaced on the passenger side door as well as something in the ignition. Every time the car pulled to a stop, the locks on the door with lock/unlock, lock/unlock. They said that the key ignition was being recognized as if the car was turned off. All of this started to happen at 58k. I drive about 100 per day, all highway driving.

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