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Hey ladies and gents,
Just bought a Golf wagon TDI yesterday, 5-10-2017, brand new, SE, full warranty, $5000 off MSRP and 72 months free financing. Year model 2015
There are some Sportwagens left for sale at various dealers but best if the cars are inspected since they've been sitting in lots for 2.5 years. Mine was kept indoors, and it is perfect. The offer isn't advertised on the VW website but the dealers are eager to tell you about it especially if they own some cars. The offer is supposedly good until May 31st 2017. What happens after that date nobody really knows but I'm sure there are going to be some awesome deals out there regardless. The car that I bought has the new ECU programming and didn't notice much of a difference on the short test drive. However, there are going to be some more modifications by 2019 as the recall unfolds. Supposedly there are about 12,000 cars around dealers and probably about 4,000 wagons.....so hurry up...
Any questions.....don't hesitate to contact me, I'll try to explain them to the best I can BUT a phone call to your local dealer will reveal what they have in stock or available through exchange. Exchanges aren't something they are eager to do unless they have a combination of color and options difficult to sell.
Best of luck my fellow TDI fans.
 

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Greetings from Palm Springs,CA. , just picked one up yesterday. Very nice ! I'm trying to get used to the automatic transmission , seems to lag a bit, other than that it's a really nice sport wagon.
 

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Throw in free 10 year/250,000 mile COMPLETE bumper to bumper warranty (w/free loaner), free diagnostics and free Severe Duty "parts included" maintenance...and I might consider it. Then again...
 

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Picked up a 2015 SEL with the discount and financing last weekend. Its a great car so far with a lot of new amenity upgrades compared to my old 2012 SW (mid-July is my buyback). As a heads up, if you do purchase, make sure they change the batteries out in the key fobs cause they've been sitting 3+ years, it took a week and a new set of keys chipped to get resolved. My vehicle was warehoused inside but they still flushed fluids when they made the emissions fix. After months of looking for a replacement with outside brands and models, the GSW is still the best fit for my families needs and preferences. Happy hunting everyone!
 

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Hello new owners of GSWs, I'm thinking about buying one, but need to know something that's quite important for me. Can someone try and tell me if the rear seat back rests can be folded flat? I mean really flat. If yes, does the reat seat bench has to be completly removed from the car or it can be flipped vertically just like in JSWs?
Is there a 110V socket in the GSWs? I see conflicting info about this in different sources.
Thanks!
 

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Not all the way flat it raises up about 3" My 110v is in the back right corner with the 12v socket.
 

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Cars in general lose 20% after one day of ownership. That 20% is the interest you are paying on the interest free loan.....just saying.
 
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