Most cars in its price are shaped for performance in a wind tunnel and not pretty to look at. It has style and character. Creature comforts are well accounted for in the Fender and GLE models especially. The 2.0 turbo is surprisingly quick and efficient (28-30 hwy). Stock tires are just ok, but easily upgraded to sticky more quiet rubber (Potenza RE 760's do well in FL)
Not only is this a fun car to look at, it is fun to drive. Nothing beats having the top down on a nice Chicago day. I was a bit leary of how it would handle Chicago's cold and snow- but I had no need to worry. It feels just like any hardtop car would in the winter; and if you're lucky enough to get the seat warmers you'll want to drive it all winter too! The quality is excellent, the Germans know how to build a great car (even if it is outsourced). The seats are so very comfortable and supportive (unlike most American car brands). Lots of leg room in the front, not so much in the back. Most back seat passengers are so happy to be in a convertible, they won't complain anyway. The VW stereo system rocks! And at night your dashboard lights up like the Starship Enterprise... neat!
Nothing compares to the feeling of the wind whipping your hair back as you cruise in a well-built convertible. Well, almost nothing—the feeling of getting a great deal on your vehicle purchase is definitely a close second. You can enjoy both of these awesome sensations at the same time by selecting a high-quality convertible that sells for less than $20,000.
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Published on Thursday, September 6, 2018
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