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New Volkswagen Sedans Ratings

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    1/8/2002 8:58:26 AM

    2002 Volkswagen Jetta - GLS L (M5) Sedan

    Pros: Egronomic controls

    Cons: Monsoon radio and speakers cannot be simply updated or changed w/o modifications.

    Advice: Listen for rattling noises in the doors (both driver and passenger side).

    Be sure and test drive all models. That way you can determine gas mileage versus pickup. My recommendation is to buy the 1.8 T since it is the best of both. You get pickup when needed as well as very good gas mileage (24 mpg city/30 mpg highway). I would also recommend if you get the 1.8 T get the sport handling package and the 17' wheels.

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    1/7/2002 9:53:33 AM

    2002 Volkswagen Jetta - GLS L (M5) Sedan

    Pros: 1.8 T engine

    Cons: rattles

    Advice: Test drive first.

    I have had my 2002 1.8T manual for 4 months. So far there has been no problem except some rattles on bumpy road at the drive's and passenge's doors. It's fun to drive, very comfortable, and safe. With the peppy 1.8T engine it accelerates fast. The fuel economy is quite good - so far it averaged 28-30 MPG with mix driving (10% city and 90% highway). I love the car!

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    1/7/2002 6:24:07 AM

    2002 Volkswagen Jetta - GLS L (M5) Sedan

    Pros: Peppy 1.8T is great! Heated seats are nice.

    Cons: Cupholder location could be better

    Advice: Nice car for the money. Very happy with it.

    Nice solid car for the price. Nice option packages. Drives really well. Virtually no road noise at highway speeds.

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    1/4/2002 10:06:47 AM

    2002 Volkswagen Jetta - GLS 2.8L (EOP Week 40) (M5) Sedan

    Pros: V6 engine

    Cons: Gas milage is terrible

    Advice: Look into Camry and Accord before buying if you like these cars as well.

    Test drive different models before buying.

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    12/31/2001 7:59:18 AM

    2002 Volkswagen New Beetle - GLX (M5)

    Pros: Spoiler

    Cons: Cup holders could be better situated. This is only thing about the car I don't like.

    Advice: Buy the turbo!

    This is a great little car. Power, comfort, road handling, great features. German engineering. This car is a blast to drive!!!!

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    12/30/2001 6:35:04 AM

    2002 Volkswagen Jetta - GLS (M5) Sedan

    Pros: One touch power window

    Cons: No leg room behind.

    Advice: Go for Passat if you have to buy VW.

    Very nice and comfortable. Uses less gas than specified.Power window fell three times into the door.

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    12/23/2001 4:49:45 AM

    2002 Volkswagen Passat - GLS (M5) FWD Sedan

    Pros: Very quiet cabin

    Cons: Body roll

    Advice: Buy it in base model and put some 16 or 17 inch perfromance wheels on it.

    The interior is awesome. Not cheap at all, very Audi looking. The violet dash lights enchant me everytime I use the car at night. Plenty of room in the car. The brakes require very little effort and the abs stops straight. The automatic shift is a little sluggish. I prefer the tiptronic mode, to get the extra power quickly. The Monsoon stereo is awesome. The gas mileage is very good considering it uses premium fuel. The suspension needs some stiffing. It leans alittle to much. This might be from the soft sidewall Michelins, 195-65-15.