Comfortable seating and room in the back seats for passengers. Smooth ride along with smooth clutch. Good gas mileage well priced. Fast little 4 cylinder. Been a fan of volkswagen have owned three so far mechanically sound and haven't had any bad electrical issues with any vw I've owned. Highly recommend for the sports car finatic.
-Simple, attractive, intuitive cabin
-Great manual gearbox
-Sharp, responsive steering
-2.0L Turbo has a nice sound, good torque
-suspension gives feedback, sometimes too much on city roads
-front seats lack adjustability, rear seats don't fold quite flat
Great price Great car great performance GREAT VALUE
2011 Volkswagen GTIGene - 45014, OH02/25/2015
The German engineering has provided a rock solid car. Great ride, solid performance, well laid out interior with functionality in mind. Creature comforts that are quite good, especially for a small car. The performance is very surprising for a 2.0 liter engine and I still get well over 30 mpg highway! I purchased the car with nearly 80K miles on it, and it had not been well cared for by the previous owner. With just a little TLC, provided mostly by carmax, it rides and performs as well as one with many mile less. A testament to how well this car is built.
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