The other day my girlfriend came up on a sweet deal of used car. She called me, she heralded and I was excited – I was literally screaming on the phone with her like we had just won The Price is Right or like Wayne Brady just kissed us. Anywho, she then invited me on a road trip, a quick overnight/turn around trip — all expenses on her. You know my response was “Yes!” As ROAD TRIP is my middle name.
She then expounded out in detail about her new [used] Volkswagen. I asked if she were aware of their faulty manufacturing issues? She responded that she had heard about that, but thought that was an old issue and resolved. That’s when I said, “Uh-huh. I see. Oh, about that road trip offer…”
I’d love to partake, but not in a Volkswagen please!
I’d much prefer a Cadillac breeze.
I much prefer to enjoy all automatic amenities.
I enjoy smooth travels; riding shotgun with ease.
In one collective piece.
Ford and GM are accelerating on Volkswagen’s faulty manufacturing – indeed
An opportunity to get ahead of the foreign auto maker is all that they need.
Volkswagen on the other hand has yielded a few statements that were less than sound–
When consumers call out for help – they’re still getting the run around.
Consumers – Consumers: Don’t be discouraged in doing your duty,
lest Volkswagen poses a safety risk in your transporting sweet booty.
Keep on with the keeping on and do remember to breathe,
Hailing SAFETY FIRST if I intend to accept an invite prefaced: Ride with Me.
I’m actually a fan of the old school Volkswagen work – I’m hoping they bounce back encompassing more safety and technologies worth!