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User: Michaeldk
Date: 12/20/2005 7:38 pm
Views: 5165
Rating: 21
I purchased a 2001 Jetta in 2001. When I bought the car there was only 900 miles on it. I asked the dealer why did the previous owner turn the car in so soon, his response to me was "He wanted to move up to a bigger car." It was not too long after I bought it that I was taking it back to the dealer for repairs at 1523 miles, and 2438, and so on. I was bringing my car to the dealers at least twice a month, sometimes more.

      I had to bring my car into the V. W.  shop more than 30 times in the past year in a half,(incredible). I drove so many rental cars from them not fixing the problems correctly.

       After going through all of this with the car, I had a deal offered to me to replace the car or get a two year warranty. Seeing how I put so much work and money into the car I was a fool and accepted the two years. I was told that I would be getting a letter in the mail to confirm this. The letter never came but the first problem did. My car is sitting at the V.W, Dealership with a seized engine. V. W.  Denied ever giving me a two year warranty and now wants me to pay over $5,000 to fix my car. I'm still making large payments on this car that I no longer have.



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