A worthless investment of time and money.
The main fuse for the hazard lights failed, causing my turn indicators not to work.
My brake switch failed.
I had to replace the rear oxygen sensor.
The ignition coils failed, although they were covered under the recall.
I had to have my software upgraded after the ignition coils were replaced.
I had carbon build up that affected how the car performed.
Multiple valves have been replaced.
The mass air flow sensor failed.
When we were shopping for a car, I knew exactly what I wanted. But now, I know I should of shopped around a bit more.
The car drives beautifully.
The heated seats are great.
And that is where the positive comments end.
The car has took me on endless trips to the dealer.
I tell anyone and everyone to never invest in a Volkswagen.
I have more problems with a 2001 Volkswagen than I did with a 1979 Volvo 264 GL that repair shops told me was Volvo's only mistake!
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 8th December, 2004