Is Dynamic Chassis Control on a Volkswagen Golf SV worth the money?

Is the DCC option on a Volkswagen Golf SV worth the money? I only would average 3500 to 4000 miles per year.

Asked on 10 April 2019 by pat bradley

Answered by Andrew Brady
Probably not. The Golf SV rides well as standard. For most drivers, DCC would be an unnecessary expense.
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