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I bought my Touareg (my 4th VW) 11 days ago. It had been driven for a while by the owner of the dealership (Midwestern Auto Group in Dublin, OH) so it had 2600 miles on it. VIN 0007xx. I realize that it is early but so far no problems other than a couple of very minor items. Between regular dealer discounts, an additional discount for the mileage and the VW loyalty program I paid for this V8 with nav, conv, winter and bi-xen about what a V6 with
PPI would have cost. Together with the fact that it was the only V8 they had with Teak leather I decided to give the early VIN vehicle a shot. So far I'm thrilled.

The reason I'm making this post is to restate what others have said about the importance of a good dealership. Before I bought I read here that guys loved the car but hated the dealers. I knew this wouldn't be my problem. I don't know if any of you know MAG. They claim to be have the largest selection of European brands on the planet. Aston Martin, Audi, Bentley, BMW, Ferrari, Jaguar (coming soon), Maserati, Mini, Porsche, Rolls, Saab and VW. Very impressive place that knows how to treat customers. I've always had good service there but it seems that they are going the extra mile for TReg customers.

I've also had good service from VWoA. I just spoke with someone there this morning who was very helpful (after speaking with the rep who answered the phone I was transferred to a Touareg Team member). Without a request from me she even checked for open campaigns on my car. I'm sure some of you have had bad experiences but there are good people there who know how to help a customer.

I just wanted to post something positive about early vin cars, VW dealers and VWoA. I think it is too easy to get overwhelmed by the posts of problems and forget that this is a terrific car backed by a solid company.
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