This car is good but it leaves much to be desired. First of all, it only gets around 25 miles per gallon. Which isn't very good for a 2010 sedan. The starter also went bad very early on. I had it replaced and my new starter is now going bad. My window motor for the driver side window is also bad. The final problem I found was that you have to take all Volkswagens to a Volkswagen dealership to have the computer reset when you get an oil change, which is very inconvenient. All of these flaws aside, once you get the car started, it handles well and accelerates very quickly, which is perfect for merging into traffic. It takes corners like it's on rails, which is a great thing for those of you who aren't familiar with that phrase. The shiftable automatic transmission is also a nice feature that affords you more power when you need it. Over all it's a great car that's fun to drive but it has it's flaws like all cars; this car's flaws are just a lot more apparent.
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