After purchasing my gti i installed a computer chip to pep it up a little more. With the chip and without the car is great. More power than you could ever actually need and it handles like no other. Gas mileage is good, better with the chip. Very smooth comfortable ride. Quiet inside, hardly any cabin noise. Simple and useful features. All in all an awesome car for anybody looking to get performance and gas mileage. I will definitely buy another one when this one goes.
Good but high strung
2007 Volkswagen GTIOld Frt - , 05/16/2013
Most fun for the money available
Expert, regular maintenance is mandatory
Uses a lot of oil (one quart per 1200 miles max is the VW spec)
If the car has not been well maintained it will fail catastrophically � get the warranty!
My little GTI has brought back the fun of driving! This thing is rocket with bucket seats. Clearly I love this car.
The ride is a bit on the rough side, but that's only in comparison to my old car, a '99 V6 Passat. Compared to other cars in its class, the ride comfort is on par, but the handling is far far superior.
Get some fun in your life...just watch out for the po-po and "obey" the speed limits! Be safe!
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