VW Golf R 2022 Review ~ The BEST Golf R YET?

VW Golf R 2022 Review ~ The BEST Golf R YET?

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9 replies
  1. Nizar
    Nizar says:

    Hi, I know this is off topic but I searched your site and came up with nothing.

    I have a 2015 Passat with dents in the front area of the bumper.

    From my research, a hammer and dolly is the best method to remove dents but as I’m sure you know, the front area of the bumper has a raised metal surface on the bottom sid and you can’t place a dolly behind it.

    So just wondring if you, Charles, or anyone else can tell me what i can do to get these dents out?

    The dents at quite large. About 3 inches across and 2 inches wide.

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  3. Mad
    Mad says:

    Hopefully the best VW Golf to date. I’ve heard of a lot of the previous model years end up as lemons. Seems to be engine issues and oil leaks typically. Hoping this one is as great as Charles believes it is, or else you may need to contact https://lemonlawexperts.com


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