Great car. Have driven sport cars most of my life. Mostly two seaters. Though this is a two plus two with very little room for anyone in the rear seats it is still a great car as long as you don't plan on having any passengers in the back seats. Lots of power and torgue. Handles well, with plenty of luxury features one would only expect in much more expensive cars. The dual roofs (sun roof and convertible hard top) are definitely a bonus! Only regret - it took me so long to discover this car. Unfortunately this will be the last year VW will manufacture this vehicle. So sad (sniffle, sniffle, sniffle)!
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Published on Friday, July 20, 2018
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