Honesty is the best policy.Good stuff, as others said prob the best option, good outcome. For the time I'd leave your new car the freak alone. At least for now . But - if you absoluetly, postively must change stuff, and it sounds like you might, then don't tell the wife ....
Findlay VW? (for future reference, lol)What is with that 20k bid from your dealer though? I literally just saw The tech at my vw dealer Change out a engine from 2018 golf R that money shifted it to 11,000 rpm and the guys bill was like $11,500. And that was for an “R” motor with an is38.
No..Kirkland offered me $500 for my vehicle lol. It's Auburn and I had one of the best buying experiences there. All of their new VW vehicles and 2012 and newer vehicles (all makes) now have the lifetime powertrain warranty.Congrats, that is a big warranty. That from Kirkland?
Good to know, I hate the Kirkland dealership. That's where I bought ours at.
Just don't tell wifey straight way; "it's your imagination dear, this car just a happens to naturally be a bit quicker than the last one". But sarcy humour aside; best to be upfront, women can always tell. Speaking from experience, my partner and I just celebrated 29 years of being happily unmarried, apparently the first 100 are the worst, but so far so good. No real trick to it: neither she nor me fancied marriage, we don't keep stuff from each other, or tell each other what to do and though we don't always agree on everything we meet in the middle, compromise and then move on. Not for everyone but seems to work for us. So endeth the Gene Genie relationship advice page ....Honesty is the best policy.
If you don’t have a 3 pedal car there’s a grommet for the 3rd pedal that is super easy to get in and out and you can easily pass through there.No..the car will stay factory for a while. My wife will kill me if I tune it again. Not too familiar with JB4, but I remember it having to send wire through the firewall. That would make it quite evident?
Yes..I didn't even looked at the 2020 cars on the lot. VW shortened the 2020 warranty to 4y/50K miles. I asked the salesperson why. He said the long warranty was a gesture of apology to the public over the Dieselgate and an attempt to rebuild the customers' trust in the brand. But data shows not many customers come back to the dealership because of the "extended" warranty. So VW decided to can it and spend the $$$ elsewhere that is more effective.Congrats on the solution. My advice, no tunes for 6 years and enjoy the best warranty possible from the OEM. For those who don’t know, CPO VW‘s for 2018 and 2019 have 1 year and 12000 miles added to the original 6y/72000 bumper to bumper.