2010 Volkswagen Routanashok b. - Baltimore,Maryland09/15/2011
I never expected Volkswagen who is known to produce small,expensive cars,to produce a Van big enough for 7 people,loaded with luxary like a built in GPS,8 blazing speakers and back view camera for adults , a DVD with dual screen for kids and priced to fit middle income family.It has dual options like 6 cylinders engine along or an Automatic option for care free driving experience.It is very spacious and comfortable ride which my entire family loves.Strongly reccomend for those who want more for their money
We had to get rid of my 1/2 ton pickup due to a growing family and I can honestly say I don't regret the swap for a minute. The interior space is great and it's actually fun to drive. It handles much tighter than most sedans and it doesn't have the "minivan" feel and body roll when cornering. I had heard all the horror stories about VW Maitanence costs but because it's based on the Chrystleg platform I have had no problems at my local shop. Plus it's nice to get the occasional compliment about how good your minivan looks.
I think this car is a good buy, it is very comfortable, very solid and also a great looker. The engine is very quiet, the only thing I have noticed is that the gear shifting is not as smooth as I would like and the gas mileage is not the best. The features in the van are great and easy to use. Overall I think this is a great family van and worth the money.
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