"You're missing a lot when you own a Volkswagen"...

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  1. GaLaTeA

    GaLaTeA Well-Known Member

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    ...for some reason I can't agree with that statement. VW has always been known as one of those few auto manufacturers, where car owners had little problems with their products.
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  2. zyclon B gas

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    you miss the point of the message. it's not a negative. it's saying VW's are so reliable and are made so well that they don't need the extra gadgets and pieces of other cars, but will still run just as well. Just read the last 2 sentences:

    "Now you know why you can drive a VW for years and years with a lot of parts missing.

    And never miss them."
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  3. GaLaTeA

    GaLaTeA Well-Known Member

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    Oh...my bad...:scared:
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  4. willandrew09

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    VW has made some great Cars. I like their Beetle.. It's cute and costly :afro:
    Their German Engineering is really good.
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  5. GaLaTeA

    GaLaTeA Well-Known Member

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    Few decades ago, the Beetle was the ish, nowdays their allure has wilted away. Now it's all about Golf and Passat.
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  6. bgreen

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    Psh your an idiot if you think vw's are close to reliable.....electrical issues plagued most of their models from the 90's till current
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  7. GaLaTeA

    GaLaTeA Well-Known Member

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    That's one of the problems most car brands/manufacturers are facing with ~ there's been tons of recalls done, especially in the last few years.
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