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Old Dec 11, 2019, 03:46 PM   #36
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Originally Posted by xCLAVEx View Post
https://repairpal.com/reliability/volkswagen

https://repairpal.com/reliability/volvo


Not so good with above average operating costs. Their reliability is average, nothing special and seems to be about the same as Nissan. They aren't what they used to be 30 years ago when they used to make solid cars (same as Nissan).

I wouldn't buy one for a used car anyway.
You're basing all of that off one website? I dunno man. The Jetta, Passat, and Golf have been fantastic in terms of value and reliability. You're dogging Nissan really hard, but the Altima was an extremely reliable vehicle in the 2000s into the following decade; though I haven't followed them in a few years as none of their vehicles interest me.

Volvo has slowly built up the S60 line into a very solid vehicle; I think it's still overpriced but they've continued to add feature after feature to the base model that's made it a more enticing offer.

VWs are very popular in my area and most of the guys I know don't have many issues. One buddy had issues with the DSG in his 2013 GTI, but that is the only person I know who's ran into issues..
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