Type: Posts; User: vw_nc_dude
Had both leatherette and cloth. I prefer cloth but everybody has a different taste/situation.
Sorry for the accident but glad that nobody got hurt. Please let us know once the insurance comes back with a decision.
The Golf Sportwagen because of the cargo space or any other reason?
If you are tight on budget or do not want to spend too much, the Golf has an excellent price/benefit ratio. I am very happy with my Mk7 Golf S, not very happy with the standard 15" alloy wheels...
Looks great, congrats!
I tried to read through the thread but could not find any poster who sold their car after September 18, 2015. If I understand right, we should get about 50% of the cash settlement, is that correct?...
Update on this thread: I took the car to another service department today and they fixed the alignment by adjusting the toe settings on the left front and left rear wheel.
Hurray, I have a car...
Sorry, I sold it together with the old steering wheel.
He is in Europe and I assume the car came with that climatronic.
Completely agree. I am mostly in city traffic as well. I could not justify the low mpg and high cost of the R. So I ended up with a TDI instead which has pretty decent torque of 236 lbs/ft and high...
Here in NC, Diesel is about the same as premium (just a bit higher). Still, happy with the city and highway mpg I get with my Mk6 Golf TDI.
Agree. 60K / 6 years is way too long for the air filter :eek:
I think you talk about the US Wolfsburg GTI. The OP talks about Canadian Wolfsburg TDI which is not available in the US.
BTW, congrats, I was almost getting a Wolfsburg GTI as well. Love the...
As far as I know spark plugs are usually replaced at 60K/6 years. I did mine at 40K though.
Interesting. The manual says replace air filter every 6 years / 60,000 miles:
No Wolfsburg TDI edition here in the US :(
However, I got a '13 Golf TDI w/ sunr. and nav. with DSG a couple months ago and I love it. Definitely a great car. High torque (236 lbs/ft), great...
Not sure about this. I have seen carfax reports that were pretty detailed showing almost all service records, and some not. Might depend whether or not the dealer is reporting these.
Or even better, a video? Like the one you shared for the 2014 Jetta with the new 1.8T engine.