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Old 01-30-2013, 04:18 PM   #39
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On they stated that there was an update to the software because it was faulty. The recall was a separate issue..

You have become a fanboy of VW because you own one. But keep in mind I also owned one and had nothing but issues with it. I am glad you are not having issues at the moment. I would hate to buy a vehicle and realize there are issues... But DSG has been proven to withstand a lot of power true.. And it is fast at shifting true.. But it's not all bells and whistles.. How does DSG react in winter? In stock form can you redline truly redline without it shifting for u? And how much abuse can it take?

And I still stand by my post of just because a computer can replace a motor skill don't mean I have to conform to it... Especially in a what feels like a sports car environment

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