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Volkswagen Golf Mk.7 Wagon 90TSI

Volkswagen Golf Mk.7 Wagon 90TSI (2013-2017)

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Don't buy one!!!!!, users oil and I have had to replace the gearbox at 43000kms @ $3500 factory service people useless

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usage second car
Daily usage
seviced as per log book
not happy Jan, what a shame it is an expensive flop with poor warranty and back up service. this is my 4th vw , no more :(

Purchased in June 2014 for $33,000.00.

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Don't do it, don't buy VW

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I've owned VW for a good many years and have some wonderful road trips in North America and Europe but that all ended. I bought a new VW golf in 2013 and it will be the last time I own a VW, the car was a lemon. Dealing with VW Australia was a nightmare as was the dealership and service centre.

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fdsaj

fdsajAU

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Rubbish

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Well let's start with a positive.
It's a very nice car to drive, steers and handles well.
Otherwise we've had nothing but issues since we bought it in 2014.
We had the engine ticking noise which vw refused to admit until I insisted they fix it.
Now, just out of warranty, with only 10,000k we have the DSG/clutch shudder issue, which according to VW Five Dock is not something they will admit exists! Apparently it will cost around $3000 to fix though.
Seriously, don't buy a golf or any VW car with DSG.
And no comments from those who blame the driver please.

BodyWagon
Badge90TSI Comfortline
TransmissionDSG
Engine Size1.4
Date PurchasedMay 2014
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Jfodder

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Gearbox issues

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Our VW golf is 4 years old and although we have had it service yearly at a VW dealership, we have always had another issue every year. Most problems have been rectified by 'computer upgrades' which I don't understand why it needs to be done again after a regular service.
We have had a issue with the gearbox and although initially told it was out of the 3 year warranty, in the end they replaced it for free. This would've caused us a few grand out of pocket. They replaced it because they acknowledge there are many issues with the gearbox in the cars that weren't even on the recall list.
Our mechanic told us to sell the car now that it has a new gearbox and is problem free for now.

BodyWagon
Badge90TSI
TransmissionDSG
Engine Size2.0
Date PurchasedJune 2013
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CategoryCars and Wagons
Starting Price $25,840
TransmissionDual-Clutch (DCT)
Drive TypeFront Wheel Drive (FWD)
Fuel TypePetrol
Wheels15" Alloy
Fuel Consumption5.3 L/100km
Fuel Tank Capacity 50 L
Engine4 Cylinder 1.4L
Max Power90kW @ 6000rpm
Max Torque200Nm @ 1400-4000rpm
Country of ManufactureGermany
Safety Features
  • Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)
  • Attention Assist (Fatigue Detection)
  • Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB)
  • Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
  • Reversing Camera
  • Tyre Pressure Monitor (TPM)
Extra Features
  • Automatic Start/Stop Engine
  • Bluetooth Connectivity
  • Immobilizer
  • Keyless Entry
  • Power Steering
  • USB Port
Manufacturer Warranty3 year(s)
Release dateJan 2013
Discontinuation dateDec 2017
Replaced byVolkswagen Golf Mk7.5
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