2009 Volkswagen GTI User Reviews
2.0T Coupe PZEV shown
- $13,525 - $13,821
- No trim specified for this review
- German styling, Fast, Audi-esque interior
- Clutch travel a bit long
Purchased As New
If you plan to purchase this car I would recommend the stick shift version. I test drove both DSG and manual transmission and you'll experience the car's true performance with a stick. DSG was a boring drive.
The seats are great! They hug and hold you in place especially when you take tight turns. Feels like I purchased a pair of Ricaro seats.
Shifting up and downshifting is smooth as silk. You don't get that jerky feeling like other transmissions. When you take off the exhaust note give a nice deep tone that's not over the top.
When you close the door it feels and sounds solid. Something you get from higher-end car i.e. Audi A8
The touch-screen audio system is awesome! For a stock system it sounds great.
Overall, best purchase for 2010! Nice job VW!
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