2013 Volkswagen GTIJosh - Lenoir City, TN07/03/2014
The GTI it a true pleasure to drive. It is so good in fact that I look forward to my drive to work so that I can get behind the wheel. I seldom take the interstate just so I can play on the backroads. I have a Miata as well and the GTI handles almost as good. It is very flat when cornering, and when the turbo kicks in the car flys out of the turn. Really the only complaints I have are the seats and rougher ride. I believe the ride quality is mainly due to the 18 inch wheels, but the seats are very hard and I feel like the lumbar support is just not right. This is a sports car though, and the seats are designed to hold you in place, which they do very well.
Best do everything car made.
2015 Volkswagen GTIPaul Stoshak - Cherry Hill, NJ03/02/2016
I have driven every sport compact made and the GTI tops them all. It's amazingly comfortable for long road trips, at 6'5" I still have plenty of room and a child seat can still fit behind me. The seats are amazing and I have no issues for hours behind the wheel, the seat heaters are great and go all the way up the backrest unlike most Japanese and American cars that just do the seat bottom. Interior quality is seriously Audi quality, light years ahead of others in this class. The best thing by far about the GTI though is the power and handling... this engine is massively underrated by VW, actual power figures verified by me taking a trip to the dyno put this car at around 250HP and 280TQ. at the crank.
2012 Volkswagen GTIamdking - Okc, Ok04/23/2012
I have loved Volkswagen ever sense i was a kid...I love this GTI
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