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good first car
by DRIFTKING from Norwalk,CT | April 15, 2008
What I liked about the car was the fact that it came with a manual transmission because thats all I could drive and the car was very affordible it has alot of trunk space i still have my old Golf and it is still running strong so I went out and bought a brand new Golf just because like this one. The only thing i have against it is when the first time I bought it everytime i shifted into another gear it putt.