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by VW Driver from Mississippi | September 6, 2009
I've recently been driving a 91 cabriolet, ya, lets admit it, the car just looks funny. But it handles like a dream, the front wheel drive really helps on those rainy days. The seats really hug you in when makin good turns. I'm guessing im gettin 22 MPG, give or take some. I've researched my car through the previous owners, and all that was done was regular maintence (oil,oil filter,plugs,plug wires,grease front end) and she's still running smooth. Its a smooth ride, the shocks on mine are worn out in the front, but i'm still amazed by the ride. It's a good car to have, i highly reccomend it.