That is what I would buy.
Type: Posts; User: luckeydoug1
That is what I would buy.
I second this suggestion. I have been to the Dragon on several occasions; three times with my 08 R32 and once with my Jeep Wrangler. You must do The Dragon at least once, but depending on the...
2dr and DSG? then put me down for one.
2dr and manual? make it a strong maybe.
Anything but a 4dr!
I totally understand the seat issue. In my case the seats in my 02 Jetta wgn, the 03 Eurovan, our 11 Touareg, and my 08 R32 were/are extremely comfortable on long trips. My B5.5 Passat, however,...
BEAUTIFUL! Thank you.
What a gorgeous photo!
Awesome offer indeed! I would love to see the Golf R in Fahrenheit Magma Orange with Charlestons wheels. Thanks
First, congrats on your R32 purchase. I think the 2008 R32 is an outstanding car. Mine is the best car I have ever owned in over 45 years of driving/automobile ownership.
I purchased my R32 new...
I am in total agreement with the statement that TR is the best color of all.
I purchased my TR 08 R32 in March of 2008 with 12 or so miles on it. My R32 hibernates during the salty NW...
The insurance on the VWs really have me shaking my head.
I was quoted around $335/6month on a Golf R, which is close to what I pay on my 2008 R32. I was quoted $280/6month on a new 2014 Dodge...
This has been an interesting vehicle. We owned a 2010 for a little over a year. The brakes are horrible. Even when not warped, they simply do not stop a fully loaded vehicle in a safe distance. ...
I totally agree. Along with the fact that this is the single worst NAV system I have ever used. Unreliable and unpredictable.
My several year old, still not upgraded Tom Tom does a much better...
I edited my original post to include that information.
My 2 year love/hate relationship with my Golf R is now over. I traded it in a little over a month ago for a 2014 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara.
In the 2 years I owned the R I put about 4500...
I spent the better part of the day in Detroit at the NAIAS today. In particular, I was interested in seeing the MkVII Golfs in person. I have been very underwhelmed with the pictures I have seen so...
Not in my case:
65 mph Golf R approx 3000 rpm
65 mph R32 approx 2650 rpm
I agree, along with the worry about the water pumps.
I also do not like the fact that the Golf R revs so high when cruising at 65 mph. My wife typically asks me if it is time to shift.
I love my 2008 R32. There is much about my Golf R that I hate.
I would recommend that you drive the Golf R longer than a normal test drive.
In the Golf R you are giving up the DSG, the VR6,...
This post by Jamie helps clear a few things up: http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthread.php?6888208-New-volkswagen-golf-r-makes-its-u-s-Debut-at-the-2014-north-american-international-auto-show/page3