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Old 05-01-2019, 09:35 PM   #1
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Vw golf sport wagon se

We were looking for another vehicle and we weren't actually looking into vw's because we knew the suvs were expensive and we were very surprised that we found a 2018 VW golf sportwagen se it has the push button and the blind spot and the front assist which we were looking for something along the lines of that, the stereo has a sun roof it's full length & it will have plenty of room for my granddaughter. I have a 74 VW bug already.
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Old 05-02-2019, 05:02 AM   #2
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It sounds nice. Post a photo if you get a chance.
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Have you had any leaking with the sunroof? I just bought a 2019 S trim for the fact it didn't have the sunroof. I guess I read too many horror stories of leaking and the cost to fix out of warranty but they sure are nice to look out. I also wanted to avoid buying a fixed TDI. Maybe I'm paranoid.

I nabbed a used 2019 with 800 miles on it. CPO car, only 5 months into original warranty. I couldn't pass up basically a 7yr/84k warranty , 5 months old.

I love these wagons. Practical, not too expensive and really zip around town.
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Old 08-24-2020, 01:28 PM   #4
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I nabbed a used 2019 with 800 miles on it. CPO car, only 5 months into original warranty. I couldn't pass up basically a 7yr/84k warranty , 5 months old.

I love these wagons. Practical, not too expensive and really zip around town.



I'd liked to have done what you did: VW bought back my JSW TDI 6M; I got a brand new 2017 Jetta 5M - 1.4 gas turbo.

Like to have that little 85 cubic inch in a wagon like yours.

Unicorn?

One can always hope,

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Old 08-25-2020, 09:25 AM   #5
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My 14 JSW TDI has the pano roof. I had it for about 5 months, then I noticed a slight leak. Took it in to the dealer, they "fixed" it. Then we had a heavy rain a week later, and it was really wet inside. Took it back again. Haven't had any problems since.
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I put 50K on a diesel wagon - following the "buyback" I opted for the little 1.4 gas turbo.

Sure I miss the torque and space of that JSW TDI 6M (no Pano).............

But the little 85 cubic inch 1.4 gets damn near 90% the JSW's MPG.
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Hmm, that's actually not a bad solution. Creative, uncanny, but not bad.
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