By Tom C. Collins, WSJ The Volkswagen Golf was a hit with VW owners after it was introduced in 2002, but it has been plagued with mechanical issues since then.
The Golf was designed to be a driver’s car, but some owners say the suspension and braking systems in the car are too weak to keep it on the road.
VW has said it will fix the problems with the Golf.
One of the key changes is a new battery that will allow the car to run on its own.
The new battery has a higher capacity than the battery in the old one, so the car will be able to run longer.
VW says the new battery is better than the old battery, but its battery is not designed to last for many, many years.
The automaker also plans to introduce a new engine that is expected to be more powerful than the engine in the Golf, the TDI.
That could make the car more fuel efficient.
VW is expected next month to unveil a redesigned model, the Passat, which will have a much smaller battery and a new six-speed manual transmission.
The TDI will be a more powerful version of the TD engine.