Everyone loves a new car. Unless that new car has some bugs, and the manufacturer isn't sure how to fix them.
That just may be the case with the newly upgraded version of a classic Volkswagen.
Has a mind of its own
When a VW Beetle has a mind of its own, it can be very funny, especially if that car is named "Herbie." But if you're not watching
"The Love Bug," and instead are driving your own Beetle, it's not quite so funny.
Vivian Giang recently bought a 2012 Volkswagen Beetle, the first year of its redesign.
She loves the car, and says her local dealer has been great.
But the windows? Not so much. "The window would either come down half way, or not come down at all, or it would stop," she said.
We watched as she pulled the window up button: the window went up, then down again. It went up on the second try, but then did not seat properly, leaving an open gap near the top of the door.