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I want a tdi bad!

Discussion in 'New TDI forum member introductions' started by 82racin, Apr 16, 2012.

  1. 82racin

    82racin New Member

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    Hey guys I'm from Orbisonia,PA. For about the past month I've had a itch for wanting a jetta tdi. To be exact I want a mk4 gls with a 5 speed . I'm really into diesel trucks mostly. I own a f250 powerstroke. All lifted up and looking good haha. But for a car I only have a chevy cavalier. Those cars are very cheaply made but you can't beat them in dependablity but i'm wanting to upgrade to something nicer. So I'm basically looking for a fixer upper jetta for cheap. Or is that a bad idea (money pit)
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  2. chittychittybangbang

    chittychittybangbang Administrator

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    Generally, VW require more maintenance and parts are more expensive. But tons of part availability, really good mileage, and the 99-03 are still the best in mpg and engine reliability. Check out the mk4 new buying guide in FAQ for list of common problems.welcometomyturbodies
  3. 82racin

    82racin New Member

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    Looks I'm looking for a 99.5-03 then. I think I found a car over on tdiclub that needs engine work.

    There is so much info on this site its insane. Thank you!

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