Since our radio died in our 2010 Jetta TDI we have had to replace two seatbelt mechanisms in the back seat and the moonroof. VW America gave a few hundred $ towards the roofs over 2k price tag.
You were lucky you were still under warranty.
We never had any problems at all with our TDI Jetta Wagon. For the most part VW does a good job with their cars. The only thing I hated was the heater controls. It was very difficult to read the dial from the driver seat. The radio was ok but nothing special. I would not replace it with an OEM unless it was under full warranty.
Hey tom. I wasn't under warranty so I had to pay out of pocket for it all...each seatbelt was $275 plus labor...
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