First this vehicle provides a lot of bang for the buck and handles nicely especially if you like a tight, solid feedback. Interior room is excellent especially rear seat leg room and the surfaces seem well done without a lot of unneeded flash. The engine has good response yet still gets respectable gas mileage.
I'm so in love with this car. It's the perfect everyday car but also great for road trips. I commute an hour to and from work everyday and it's been perfect. The seats are very comfortable, dash is easy to use and all the buttons you need are accessible right on the steering wheel. All entertainment is great except for the voice control. I never use it so if you rely on that look elsewhere or at least try it first. The navigation & other important features come up right in front of the steering wheel- very safe, not annoying. The brakes are a bit sensitive but coming from an old car I'm probably just getting used to them. Remote start, automatic windshield wipers, and keyless entry are some of my favorite features. Overall an amazing car.
This car is great. If I set the cruise at 54mph, I get 800 miles on a tank.
Its a good date mobile...Its very roomy inside, and ladies like that. Back seat has tons of leg room.
Car is very sporty to drive, change lane, curves...etc. TDI means i barely touch the throttle and get lots of torque accelleration.
Nitpicking... sunroof goes back, but stops 6 inches short of full open. Also has some silly windbreak device. This device seems to just generate noise.
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