Hi everyone! I just bought a new 2019 green alltrack on friday. I got one with the 6 speed manual (this was a must for me). It's a clone of the one in the car and driver review articles except mine has black leatherette interior. This is my first brand new car purchase and also first VW. So far I couldn't be happier. Suntrop VW (st. louis) was a pleasure to deal with. I originally went in to look at a base gray awd 6 speed sportwagen they had which was all that showed on their website. By the time I got there, it had been sold already. But he said they had a couple more in stock that weren't uploaded to the website yet. I asked him if they had a green one and sure enough they did! So I wound up paying a little more but I feel like it was meant to be. I got exactly what I wanted down to all specs/packages/colors. I'm thrilled that I was still able to buy a brand new car with a real key and a real e-brake. It's so much fun to drive! I always wanted a stick shift awd wagon and this car knocks it out of the park. I've already been averaging 32mpg and it isn't even broken in yet. One question I have is what are you guys doing for oil change intervals? The service advisor definitely told me to let it go the full 10k for the first two changes so it breaks in properly and then he said I can change it as often as every 5k after that if I want. Also since these are direct injection motors, is it a good idea to install a catch can on the pcv system? I'm not sure if that would void the warranty or not either.
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