2013 Volkswagen GTIgary smith - richmond, VA03/01/2016
GTI is a drivers car foremost. However, it does have some utility in two extra seats, (4 doors) and hatch for loading. Owned an A-3 for nine years and loved that car. The GTI, somehow is better, being quicker, more nimble, but just as well appointed and built. If you are not a driving enthusiast, pick something cheaper.
The GTI is an excellent compromise car: do you have a 2 kids but still want a little performance? Do you need a good commuter, something with decent storage for grocery shopping? The GTI is right at the sweet spot for pragmatic and fun-to-drive... it checks all the boxes, and then some.
I love this sporty car
2013 Volkswagen GTINina Ward - New Bern, NC04/24/2016
It drives like a sports car, low to the ground, holds corners like it's on rails, doesn't sway when the big trucks pass at 70+ mph. It gets an honest 32 mpg. The heating and cooling system is excellent. In dash GPS and steady cruise control make traveling a breeze. It has excellent pick up for getting up to speed on the interstates and a smooth transmission. Mine has a moon roof which is nice in the rain but not in the North Carolina summer sun.
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