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2006 Volkswagen Mk V GTI with only 1,100 miles!! $23,325

A list of features:

200hp 2.0 liter turbocharged 4 cyl

207 lb/ft torque

6 speed manual

Candy White exterior

18” x 7.5” Factory Upgrade Hufiesen Alloy Wheels

Identical to the car featured in the VW advertising campaigns

225/40-18 Continental SportContact 2’s

4 wheel independent suspension

4 wheel disc brakes with

factory red painted calipers

Stability Control

Traction Control


Leather Interior

Heated Seats

Performance Front Seats

Xenon Headlights

 Front, Side, and Side Curtain Airbags

Front and Rear Defroster

Heated Washer Nozzles

Rear Wiper

Dual Tip Chrome Exhaust

Steering Wheel Mounted Audio Controls

 2 remote flip out keys and 1 valet key

 Split Folding Rear Seat

Sunglass Holder

Rear Seat Cupholders

Rear Seat Pass-through

Dual Zone Climate Control

 Front and Rear 12v outlet

Floor Mats

Brushed Aluminum Trim and Pedals

 Cooled Glove Box

Owners Manual

15.1cu ft. of trunk space

 Seating for 5

14.5 Gallon Fuel Capacity

25 city/31 highway mpg

AM/FM 6 disc in dash CD/MP3 player

 Activated Factory XM Satellite Radio

Total MSRP with destination $26,520

  This vehicle has had 1 owner. It has a clean record. The vehicle is in perfect condition and is as close to brand new as possible.

  Now with that out of the way, here is what the automotive press has been saying about this new GTI:

  In the March 2006 Car and Driver the new GTI and new Civic Si are compared. The GTI won the comparison with a verdict claiming "The GTI is a nearly perfect blend of performance, practicality, and refinement."

  In the March 2006 European Publication, CAR, the GTI was picked for best vehicle in the 200hp range. They wrote “What a fantastic all-rounder. The Golf GTI’s quality, comfort and versatility are not at the expense of its ability to provide timeless hot hatch thrills.” “The Golf is so much better at integrating its engine, chassis and cabin into one whole that you can’t fail to see why dealers are struggling to keep with demand.” “That’s the thing about the GTI - it’s got everything you need straight out of the box, from the sweet six-speed manual, torquey turbo power and perfectly judged styling cues.”

  In the April 2006 Road and Track they compare the 2006 Honda Civic Si, the 2006 Mini Cooper S with John Cooper Works Package, and the 2006 Volkswagen GTI. The new GTI placed first. Jim Wolfkill, senior editor, writes “For real world driving in real world conditions, I’m hard pressed to think of a reason why I wouldn’t want to spend my days behind the wheel of the GTI.” Later in the article Wolfkill goes on to say “Long awaited and much anticipated, the new GTI has the goods to make its popular predecessors proud. It rushes headlong into the sport compact battle with a solid mechanical foundation backed up by Volkswagen’s high quality look and feel. Its top ranking is the result of consistently strong performances in just about every category. It’s the car two out of three of us picked as our personal choice. Not because we didn’t like the others, but because it’s that good and that fun to drive.”

  Karl’s Brauer, editor and chief of Edmunds.com, reviewed the new GTI on his Blog on Edmunds.com, http://blogs.edmunds.com/.ee8f9eb and had the following to say: “the standard six-speed manual is easy to work and the pedals are perfectly placed for heel-and-toe action. While it tends toward understeer you can absolutely throw it into corners and, with a bit of throttle lift, get all four wheels sliding at an even pace. Too fun!!” “Between its high-quality interior materials, excellent sound system and overall driving experience I would put it high on my test drive list -- were I in the market.”

In a recent review by Jeremey Clarkson for the UK Times he wrote "It’s not chav, it’s not bling, it’s cheap and it goes like a scramjet. And that makes it a no-brainer. Some people say the Mk 5 isn’t as fun to drive as the original GTI because it’s too big and has electric windows, but they’re wrong. Power comes from a smooth 2 litre turbo motor and is controlled by either a six-speed manual gearbox or better still a DSG paddle change, the only flappy paddle box worth buying. What you get here is a 146mph sports car. And a convenient hatchback. All rolled into one. I’d buy a white one. "

This vehicle is being sold by Talbot Autos. Visit www.Talbotautos.com for more information.

P.S. If you have not see the new advertising campaigns by Volkswagen for these vehicles, I would highly recommend you check them out. Click the following links to view the 7 different commercials, four from the "Make Friends with your Fast" campaign, and three from the "Pretuned by German Engineers" campaign.