Auto review: Gen-8 VW Golf GTI isn’t getting older, it’s getting better

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The Detroit News

ASHEVILLE, North Carolina — It’s not easy staying top dog. Roger Federer’s extraordinary career at the top of professional tennis has spanned parts of three decades and is due, in part, to his determination to improve over time. Example: his average backhand became a weapon in the last decade. As in tennis, so, too, with hot hatches. Long before Federer won his first Wimbledon title in 2003, the Volkswagen Golf GTI (then badged Rabbit GTI for the U.S. market) won America’s hearts as the first affordable pocket rocket in 1983. By turning a standard compact Golf into a steroid-infused, apex-carv…

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