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1991 Volkswagen Caravelle Review
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25

Its Ma Grandpa Road — performance and appearnce are good... cost of ownership also nice... interior are too attractive... build quality are also awesome... no need to repair it again... maintenance has to be taken care... its not a fun driving car... gas mileage is little less

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: stylish

Cons: care has to b taken

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1991 Volkswagen Caravelle Review
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25

Great Great Great — big, fun, strong, fast, quick, reliable, gorgeous, droped, 22 inch dare mags, devil exhust system, candy red paint, pich black window tint, cloth seats, mother of a sound system inside, dvd player drop-down flat screen 24 inch, ps2, hydrolics, twin turbo, heads gasflowed, 2.5L chip conversion, 0-100km in 5.20sec,100-0km in 2.3sec, 9.2L per100km, top speed 267km...

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: its just great

Cons: you will be too popular... lol

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