• fb_100000641225953 avatar Bill Posted: 6/1/2011 8:11am PDT

    They need to put the 2.0TDI in it and this would be a world class vehicle. The later VW's are solidly reliable. I've had nothing but good luck with them.

  • fb_100000975824039 avatar fb_100000975824039 Posted: 5/31/2011 6:38pm PDT

    I was close to buying a Jetta TDI a few years ago. When taking for a test drive I was trying to adjust the (power) seat and the sales rep said it had been pulled to replace one in another car. That sort of quality issue plus the smaller back seat caused me not to get it. However, it did drive very solidly. I went with a Hyundai Sonata which has been decent but does not have the feel of the VW or the Subarus that I have driven for many years....

  • Jack Peters Posted: 5/31/2011 12:54pm PDT

    I guess the author has not read the latest issue of Consumers Report. They pan the new Jetta quite a bit for their poor workmanship and cheap interiors as well as other points.

  • almprin06 Posted: 5/31/2011 10:37am PDT

    I do like the 2011 VW Tiguan advertisement, but there is more to quality than thick sheet metal...just ask any retired AMC executive.
    A 2012 Honda CR-V is sure to be a much better value; It will not require expensive premium-fuel, nor will it be burdened with VW's well-documented reliability gremlins.

  • fb_579789275 avatar JL Posted: 5/31/2011 10:20am PDT

    But, to get 4Motion which you want in northern and eastern states, the this lil thing carries a HUGE pricetag. Come on VW.