It definitely is an R32. Such a pity everyone is going small turbo engines these days. Last of a kind in a way.
Eh, I always liked the 1.8T, and I'm quite happy with my TDI. It has plenty of torque, but gets 43 mpg on the highway. That said, I refused to test drive an R32 a while back because I thought I'd wind up liking my TDI less
Right. Because they are so 'ordinary' and ubiquitous, people think that makes them an easy-to-wear staple item. But actually it's quite rare to see them done well - and this would be in exactly the way you outline here.
Im with this guy. Well, Im not really 'with this guy' with this guy but I am like totally agreeing with him.
Polos are more or less acceptable in so many situations that they can be the go to shirt for people who dont want to put any thought into what they are putting on. So now the image of polos seems to be a bunch of people who didnt put any care into what they wore that day.
I also agree that polos can look great when worn with care.
Regarding R32's do they actually handle any good?
If found most Mk4 VWs to be total pigs in the corners.
They sound great though.
I can't think of a more fun car to drive off the lot for under $30K than a GTI/TDI. Maybe a base model A3?
Besides, it's the obsession with large engines that makes the world think that hybrids are actually necessary.
30mpg thank you. There's plenty of midsized sedans that can't even pull that mileage. Not to mention the wider powerband, although I wouldn't be opposed to adding turbo
The thing is, it's totally possible for a polo to look acceptable -- even good. But it's not easy, very few people can do that, and in the end it usually looks even more bland than a white t-shirt. So I just don't see what the point of wearing one is.
I usually wear them while playing tennis, obviously trying to avoid looking like sampras, but at the same time trying to play like him.