Originally Posted by 2009RavenR1
I put 28,000 miles on my Golf R. It never seen a dealership after I took delivery.
I had 52,000 miles on my R32 and it never seen the dealership
128,000 miles on my duramax never a single issue
wife's first gti 21,000 miles no issues
Wife's current GTI 24,000 miles not a single issue.
So you can chose to not believe me... don't care.
The 2014s WK2 were rushed out to production and have a multitude of issues.
None of what you stated above proves that any of the above vehicles didn't have any problems. All it proves is that what ever issues they had didn't bother you enough to take them in and have them repaired. I stand by my original premies: Anything man made will not be perfect and have issues. The only thing is will you notice those issues and will they bother you enough to have something done about them.
eg: The issue with the brake noise on my new Cherokee would probably not have bothered most people. It only occurred in reverse and at a certain speed. The dealership mechanics could not reproduce the noise. I had to go in and demonstrate the noise for them in order for them to find the cause. So did my Cherokee have an issue if I was the only one who could reproduce it?
Bottom line. If anybody has a perfect vehicle it would be one of one and worth millions of dollars.
****I don't know anything about most of those vehicles you listed. I don't do foreign vehicles and am a strong union made supporter. I know Chrysler is considered foreign owned now but their headquarters is still down the road from me. Until that moves I will still consider Chrysler an American Company.