- VW Golf Estate 2ltr tdi
For balance, VW seem to be acquiring a reputation for half-arsed, take-it-or-leave-it aftersales (certainly true of our local dealer and according to my colleagues this is by no means unique among VW dealers).
Also, the Golf estate is on the Mk V floorpan despite being facelifted to look like a Mk VI. Mrs RBIT & I both had MkV Golfs; air con compressors both blew about the four year mark (as did the one in my father-in-law’s A3 at the same age) and it’s an engine-out job to repair/replace.
Neither of us owns a VW now.
AndyPosted 5 years agojimmySubscriber
I’m waiting for the mk7 to replace my mk4. Looks a better shape (roomier maybe):Posted 5 years agoNipper99Subscriber
Thanks for the comments – always had VAG cars so would sooner stick with what i know. This is an 09 plated version with 38 thou on the clock from a main dealer, Sinclares in s wales, who i have used before and are pretty good. Will come with a 12 month dealer warranty also.Posted 5 years agoandypaul99Member
[quoteFor balance, VW seem to be acquiring a reputation for half-arsed, take-it-or-leave-it aftersales (certainly true of our local dealer and according to my colleagues this is by no means unique among VW dealers).[/quote]
Its a nationwide problem , the trouble is the volumes of the brand are overwhelming the dealer network and service is suffering.whilst most other brands (ford,Vauxhall) are downsizing brands like VW desperately need larger dealerships and service centres or more of them.Its happening now but will take time..Posted 5 years ago
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