31 year old male
2021 Arteon, Oryx White Pearl
2021 Arteon, Oryx White Pearl
It may sound like I am stereotyping but it really does interest me to hear from a female’s preceptive. All the cars on your post are driven predominately by men for the car’s styling, performance or handling. With the Arteon, there are other dimensions such as cargo space, ride comfort and good value. If I had to pick the top 3 reason I bought the Arteon, it would be styling, handling and good value In that order.LOL
You're worried about being PC, but then you automatically assume that she should've bought or considered a SUV instead of a Arteon?
What's to say she wasn't looking at or considering a A7 or a Panamera or a Corvette or a Mustang or a Ram truck or a Sprinter van, but picked the Arteon?
I'm not all about being PC, but I just found that ironic
The Arteon Facebook groups have a female poster.It may sound like I am stereotyping but it really does interest me to hear from a female’s preceptive.[...]
This ^^Honestly female owners are less likely to be on an automotive forum as well, even if they love their cars.
Of the 4 Arteons I've managed to spot on the road in 3 years, one was driven by a female and one I couldn't tell on the driver, the other two were men.
Did you noticed or feel any difference in build quality between the made in Germany Arteon and the made in Mexico Jetta?46yrs old
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FO.MO.CO. Ltd. Canada,( final inspection area, repair area, 4 toe pits for alignment, headlight and 360 vision& ACC system calibration)
2019 Arteon R-Line with tech package 🇨🇦
🇺🇸 equivalent would be SEL P R-line with 4motion
Magnesium Gray/black interior View attachment 118081
The one I test drove before they located my one with tech package.
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The day I dropped off my fully loaded 2019 Jetta bought Feb 2019 after my first VW a 2000 Jetta Tdi GLS purchased April of Y2K. Now enter the 2019 Arteon Feb 1st, 2020,(prior to Covid-19 lockdowns) the ultimate driving experience and my first German made VW. No regrets🥰
Really depends on dealer I think and unfortunately there can be high turnover in the car business so some people aren't always switching to a car at the new dealer they work at. But I am on my 8th VW between me and my wife and every other advisor here, service manager and most of my techs all drive VW's.Is this a rare occurrence? Reason I asked is most if not all of the VW advisor in the dealer I go to don't own/drive a VW
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I loved the jetta the assembly quality was great it was just to plain Jane and GLI did not come out till after March 2019 or I might of kept it longer. No issue great build quality but just build material not on par with the Arteon. For example hood prop, trunk pop bars not shocks so you lose trunk clearance. Interior space was massive compared to MKIV and features were awesome price was same as a 2000! Fully loaded maybe within $750 of each other which surprised me but they cut corners obviously to keep price low. Arteon is better in every other way besides the downgrade from digital cockpit but that is made up for in every other aspect of this car with its uniqueness,size, and quality parts and the prestige that comes with a German made car and also full size spare which is same as rims on car 😉. There is more rattles with the Arteon and wind noise from frameless windows. So in interior quietness the Jetta wins.Did you noticed or feel any difference in build quality between the made in Germany Arteon and the made in Mexico Jetta?