Yeah it’s been topped off once in 11k miles now. It’s just a very minor leak but I HATE the smell of burning coolant, especially on a car I bought brand new.We owned a VW Atlas at work for a year and had a similar coolant smell (VR6 engine, though). Was low on coolant once and that was it. Did the whole runaround of tests and couldn't find anything. Just smelled like burning coolant on occasion.
Just quickly browsed through a YouTube video on the process to replace the T-stat/water pump. Looks like a total pin in the ass to do.It’s the water pump and thermostat housing that has issues with cracking plastic. I’m going in for my 40k service soon and plan on asking about it.
Non were traded for a 5.0 mustang.Probably because IMO the new mustangs are one of the best bang for your buck performance cars offered. They sure as shit aren’t trading them in for ST’s or Escapes . I’d get a mustang but I still love the flexibility of the platform. Bought a miter saw a couple weeks ago and the box wouldn’t fit in my wife’s civic. The GTI with the seats down it would have been no problem.
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The one that I didn’t get was the 18 gt350 with 5000 miles traded for a new superduty. the guy says the superduty wasn’t going to be his daily. So I’m sure that will be traded in a few years with low milesWasn’t even thinking about trucks. I get that itch a lot lately as I have to borrow my dads truck every time I buy lumber. Hoping to get the wife a big enough SUV that 8’ lumber would be manageable in it.
Those low mile comparable trades make no sense to me.
A lot more common than you would think. Rich people who own them as tow vehicles and have something else to DD.Traded a 15 superduty with 1300 miles traded in for a 18 new superduty. Don’t understand that
I’m sure there is . Can fit 5’ pipe in the GTI but that’s about the max without it being in the front seat.