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2010 VW GTI Test Drive & Review

We drive around in the new 2010 vw GTI and see how the car drives in the real world. The 2010 VW GTI is the sport model of the VW Golf. The one we drive has the Autobahn package.


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1994 Volkswagen GTI : 9.140 @ 164.157
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2010 Volkswagen GTI AWE/GIAC K04: 11.876 @ 117.090
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2002 Volkswagen GTI 1.8T: 12.390 @ 116.000
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2010 Volkswagen GTI AWE/GIAC K04: 12.793 @ 112.650
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