Volkswagen Golf 2017 Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Volkswagen Golf 2017 reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
Volkswagen Golf 2017: Should I disconnect the battery for a month?
You could disconnect the battery without any drama, or you could just leave it locked up in the garage. Should you do so you shouldn’t have a problem starting it on your return.
Volkswagen Golf 2017: Unhappy with my warranty service
They’ve fixed the faults under warranty, so they have honoured their warranty. If it happens again ask for a loan car to use while yours is being fixed.
Volkswagen Golf 2017: Strange noise
If the problem is caused by the change in oil, as the VW technician is purported to have said, then there’s no much you can do about it. If you feel strongly enough about it, and feel you can’t live with it, talk to VW head office, or contact your state consumer affairs office for advice on how you might seek compensation from VW.
Recalls issued by Suzuki, JLR, Lamborghini, Mitsubishi and Volkswagen
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2017 Golf GTE Australian release date?
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Audi and Volkswagen recall 582k cars in US
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Volkswagen Tiguan 2017: Does it come with an alarm?
I don't believe it does.