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Are Volkswagen 's models really that good?


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One thing I have come to identify with German vehicles is that they are very sturdy and strong with exceptional capabilities. And Volkswagen isn't an exception. I would answer a definite yes that Volkswagen are very good cars.
If solidity and balance are selling points for you to define how good a car is, I would confidently say that Volkswagen cars are very good. I don't know how far they have gone with those fancy screens as a car brand but for basic car performance, Volkswagen cars are very good.
I think that most Volkswagen cars are quite good, in terms of quality-price ratio, reliability, and safety, they are one of the best-selling car brands in the world, and that represents the trust of their consumers in the brand's cars.

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