But I also really like the Passat CC's exterior design. It's also more unique (you see a lot more A4s than Passat CCs).
Just don't get a FWD A4 lol
EDIT: On second thought, just get the A4 lol, a V6 Passat CC is like 47k before taxes.
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Nov 1st, 2010 12:02 pm
FWIW......and at least as far as VW goes, there are suggestions that would certainly appear to the case.
Nov 1st, 2010 12:11 pm
poedua wrote: ↑FWIW......and at least as far as VW goes, that would certainly appear to the case.
In the latest JD Power 2010 Dependability Ratings by Brand - among the over 30 different brands rated - VW ranked dead last in terms of ' Overall Dependability '.
Audi ranked 9th.
http://www.jdpower.com/autos/ratings/de ... ing/page-/
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Nov 1st, 2010 12:24 pm
What model years were those Lexus vehicles and what sorts of problems did you have with each of them ?r1lee wrote: ↑We've had less issues with our Audi's then our Lexus's.
I went from an A4 --> IS
Wife went from RX --> Q7
Both cases, less problems with Audi. I don't know how dependable these studies are. Look at the brands that are overall dependable. Buick, Lincon, Lexus and Mercury? What are the average age group of these individuals? I would assume they are middle aged and older. They don't care, as long as the car gets them from point A --> B.
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r1lee wrote: ↑My engine stalls sometimes, but this could never be replicated to fix.
also, i have a front dash noise problem (when its cold) on both vehicles that have been fixed about 8 times on the IS. The only way to really fix it is to remove the front windshield and drill screws into the dash so the plastic stops hitting the glass.
lots more.. lots of fun. Piece of $hit car. And Lexus dealers have their nose in the air to. They really believe that customers should be honored driving their POS.
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