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1991 Volkswagen Corrado Overview
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Based on 8 reviews
There's only one way to describe the 1991 Volkswagen Corrado -- supercharged! That describes both the car's engine as well as its styling. By supercharging the '91 Corrado's 1.8-liter, four-cylinder, eight-valve engine, VW is able to pump its horsepower all the way up to 158, making this car a pocket rocket. (The car's designation, the G60, actually refers to its engine, with the "G" referring to the supercharger.)
But the car's styling is supercharged as well (for an early '90s vehicle, at least), with a sleek and aggressive look that has made it popular with fans of aftermarket vehicles, who love to add their own improvements to the Corrado's trim. The vehicle's suspension was tightened up to give it a sporty feel, and the height lowered, so the the car handles well, especially in tight turns.
Standard features were fairly generous for an early '90s model, and included comfortable bucket seats, power brakes, power steering, leather trim on the steering wheel, cruise control, air conditioning, power door locks, and a rear spoiler. BBS wheels were added to the standard package for the '91 model year. Options included a four-speed automatic transmission (a five-speed manual was standard), a sunroof, leather seats, and anti-lock brakes.
The Corrado was popular with many drivers who noted that the car's styling tended to stand out among a sea of look-alikes. Its smooth handling and the aggressive nature of the supercharged engine were also cited by drivers as positive points. Drivers noted that repairs could be expensive, however.
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1991 Vw Corrado G60
Does anyonr have any ideas about increasing the performance on my vw it is totally stock