- Dec 14, 2004
Have you looked at ones built in the last, say, four months? I'm just saying that there's a possibility that something's going on down there that we haven't been told about. VAG does like to keep everything quiet when it comes to trouble.
Well, if the new Leon is going to have any built quality/reliability problems those are probably going to be related with it being an entirely new model rather than with any other aspect. And this happens with every new model that enters the market, no matter where it's built.
Probably their owners don't expect them to be as well made as the more expensive Audis and VWs so they probaly don't care too much about small niggles that would upset the owners of the more 'up-market' VAG brands. And they are usually older and don't drive as hard as your typical Le?n/Ibiza owners, which always helps to avoid reliabilty problems.why is it that, out of all the VAG marques, they're always the best in reliability surveys?