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Thread: thinking of getting rid of the golf

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    Golf mk4 tdi 130 mickstoke's Avatar
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    thinking of getting rid of the golf

    We're thinking about getting rid of the golf for a seat altea tdi! Tbf they look nice and senible for a family size car! Thoughts


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    Re: thinking of getting rid of the golf

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    We're thinking about getting rid of the golf for a seat altea tdi! Tbf they look nice and senible for a family size car! Thoughts
    haha.... I just followed a nice dark blue Altea XL and was thinking to myself it looks nice from the rear....


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    Re: thinking of getting rid of the golf

    Nice cars them good alternative to the golf+ they do an FR version aswell!!!
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    Re: thinking of getting rid of the golf

    yeah fr version are going for a lot more

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    Re: thinking of getting rid of the golf

    The wife loves hers and it is a good family car, the seating position is good for motorway driving and there is loads of room inside.

    The only downside is SEAT build quality compared to VW but that was to be expected - just doesn't ""sound like a golf"

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    Re: thinking of getting rid of the golf

    Truth be told I was quite keen on the Altea XL but the mrs wasn't so we ended up with the Passat. In hindsight I think if it were my choice it would most likely have been a Touran
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