A handful of new VW cars and SUV's are being recalled. The Atlas, Jetta and Tiguan will be recalled to fix an issue relating to no warning that the key has been left in the ignition. This applies to 2019 Jetta sedans that are not equipped with keyless entry. VW has estimated the issue to affect around 37,992 Jetta's and will begin to notify owners starting on Jan 18th. https://www.thecarconnection.com/new...ft-in-ignition
I think there are still quite a few people who are wary of the security issues that arise with keyless entry, even moreso with push button start. There is still a fairly large audience just looking for a cheap commuter car.
I just had 2 recalls done. An update on my instrument cluster for the key left in ignition ding ( which wasn't an issue but they wanted it for their records ) and another for the rubber weather strip across the engine bay under the windshield because some were not glued properly from the factory allowing water to seep through and get the carpet wet. Make sure y'all ask about that one as I would hate to have any water short electrics out on a brand new car.
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