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Old 10-02-2004, 11:54 AM   #1
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Paris2004: Volkswagen Golf GTi

SUMMARY: <span style="FONT-SIZE:10pt; FONT-FAMILY:Arial">Almost thirty years since the launch of the original, Volkswagen is showing off their newest Golf GTi. Now in its fifth generation, VW is counting on the new Golf GTi to (re)ignite enthusiasm in their brand just as the first one did. It couldn’t come at a better time, as the VW brand in the United States and – to a lesser degree – in Europe is in a bit of a dark period thanks to nagging quality issues, an aging lineup, escalating prices, and increased competition. </span>

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