Bought a 14 Jetta TDI 3 years ago after the Dieselgate updates from what was considered a Reputable VW Dealer. In the following 3 years it's been in the shop for mostly related issues no less than 7 times including now 2 heater cores multiple sensors & fault codes and a Throw out slave cyl. Car had 38,000 when I bought it now has 93,000. From my Previous research these cars were just getting into their prime around 50,000 miles and were an outstanding deal. Now 3 years on It's been the absolute worst thing to Ever park in my garage. I don't want to disparage the second dealer that had been doing an exemplary job of doing the necessary work under warranty that the Selling dealership either haphazardly or consciously neglected to take care of. Now at this time I find myself with what has proven to be a Truly Un reliable and likely Un sellable Boat Anchor. The 3 year BURN has come to a head with this final warranted repair. Yet a 3rd clogged heater core and this time luckily it includes the EGR valve which makes this all fall under the extended emissions warranty including a Chemical flush of the whole cooling system. This will likely be the Last repair on this car while under my ownership. Speaking of the Heater core issues & failed sensors. Has anyone else had trouble with multiple failures after the Dieselgate updates?