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Found 7 results

  1. So, buy a car for driveability or for interior and looks...who wins? Thoughts?
  2. Helix hifi upgrade review I bought a second hand Golf R last year to find that it came with a Helix soundbox upgrade, six months on I thought I'd review it as I had some issues.... After initially opening the boot floor to see this huge shiny round sub where the spare wheel should be I though woah that looks powerful! However I found the sound overly bassy, boomy and the treble sounded harsh and boosted. I also noticed when turning up the volume (above 50%) that there was noticeable distortion in the tweeters. first thing I did was replace the tweeters with some dece
  3. Volkswagen Golf R MK7 Test Drive & Review - A Great Hot Hatch! The new Volkswagen Golf R was a very good ride and I really enjoy it... It is very quick and exciting hot hatch. Enjoy and please don't forget to subscribe to my channel https://youtu.be/5kcxgeDm7rg
  4. So since Rebecca is giving me a hard time for not producing a review yet I thought I had better respond. I may not be able to match her skills as a wordsmith but will try! Oh and don’t forget this is all my opinions and is not my intent to offend in any way. I might refer to the RS3 a bit as that is my personal reference point and to some a direct competitor … although others may say it’s the S3. C7 VWR – 0 to 400 Miles Review Before driving So when I first saw the car in the showroom after it had been detailed (Thanks yet again to [email protected] http://www.firstchoicedetailing.
  5. Hey all, I wanted to do a quick review of the Revo Stage 1 map I got recently. I have already done 100 miles on the car already since the map. Bit of a story first: I have a history of modifying cars. I have changed pretty much everything on all my previous cars and when I decided this Golf R was the one I wouldn't mess with, I kept my word for a few months until now. I absolutely LOVE the Golf R in standard form. I love how the DSG works and how comfy and refined the car is so when my local Revo dealer contacted me direct I was a bit hesitant. I didn't want to ruin the ride et
  6. So what do we have here? Well, this isn’t an all-new car. The Polo GTI in Mk5 form has been with us since 2011, but given how much Volkswagen have changed on this, the facelift version, it may as well be all-new. Gone is the 1.4TSI engine that was both supercharged and turbocharged, we now have a much more grown up 1.8TSI motor with 192PS, 12 more than the old car had. It serves up 236lb- ft of toque too, a huge gain on the 180lb ft the old engine offered. Gone too is the DSG gearbox, yes you can still spec it, but a six-speed manual now comes as standard. So the big question then,
  7. So what do we have here? Well, this isn’t an all-new car. The Polo GTI in Mk5 form has been with us since 2011, but given how much Volkswagen have changed on this, the facelift version, it may as well be all-new. Gone is the 1.4TSI engine that was both supercharged and turbocharged, we now have a much more grown up 1.8TSI motor with 192PS, 12 more than the old car had. It serves up 236lb- ft of toque too, a huge gain on the 180lb ft the old engine offered. Gone too is the DSG gearbox, yes you can still spec it, but a six-speed manual now comes as standard. So the big question then, does t
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