Volkswagen dealers in the U.S. are complaining about getting fewer vehicles and the wrong models from the German automaker. The Financial Times newspaper reported that VW dealers rated the automaker at the bottom of the list in most categories in an annual dealers' attitude survey. Slow new Jetta sales were blamed on too many high-end, automatic models and not enough cars in stock. Dealers say the cheaper, manual equipped cars are in most demand.
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