I am looking for a car. Looking for a 2009 to 2011 Jetta. Are tuneups expensive and is it expensive to get parts and labor

Asked by Feb 24, 2017 at 09:10 PM about the Volkswagen Jetta

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Is this the car to buy where you cannot purchase high price parts to fix it. A lot of reports with door issues and other problems. I live in the safe. Is this a good purchase for a low income family

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No it would not be a good car for you. A Chevy Impala would be a good car for you. I see more problems with VW on this sight than a Chevy Impala. There niece 4 door cars and easy to work on and very reasonable.

21,115

With the advent of the internet I am finding it hard to believe so many are flocking to VW's. VW has got to be in the top 5 worst to buy. I have noticed that the worst cars also have filled the top 100 search results with high or very good results, must be plan to soften their loses and make sure they sell their junk.

21,115

Look around for the car everybody drives, everytime you turn your head there is another one running great going that way, and now here come another one.

21,115

If there is a lot of them around parts price go down when parts are needed buy from a junk yard.

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