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I bought the car new, and it ran like a dream. I drove it for over 70K miles, and it NEVER had a problem. It could take off like a shot, handled the road like a slot car, and NEVER paused when I needed it to do something. As I came up to a stop light, or found myself in stop and go traffic of a long commute, I could feel the regenerative braking system do its job. It took about three stops to get used to. It fit passengers and cargo comfortably for long trips and had a great infotainment system. Family vacations with grown teens were never an issue. Very easy to drive in the mountains and at the beach. And easy for my teens as young drivers to use, because of the safety features (including park assist, cross traffic warnings, and back up camera). In real-world driving, I averaged between 41 and 47MPG. Oddly, in the mountains, I would see 50+MPG. The car used electric (although a relatively short range) preferentially. I could take kids to school and return home and never hear the gas engine turn on. All charging was from the engine, coasting, or regenerative braking. It became almost sport to see how often I could compel the electric motor to be the power of choice. It NEVER ran the gas engine during stops or in drive through. It was like having a sports car in a little family sedan. Sadly, a young driver looking down at his phone did not see that everyone in front of him had to make an emergency stop. So, I'm writing about the best little car I now wish I could find again as a past tense car. It has gone to "that great salvage shop in the sky". In an FYI: all the passengers and myself were unharmed in my car that was sandwiched between the hapless driver who collided from behind and shoved us into the driver in front of us. From the outside, the car looked impressively scrunched at its crumple points, but on close examination, the passenger, battery, and engine compartments were well preserved. Very nice job, VW.Read more reviews at Cars.com