Just curious really, I understand that for one reason or another a diesel doesnt post great 0 - 60 times, so we're looking at around 9.2s for the DSG model, and apparently this is made up for once moving, but when looking about at performance figures, the 0 - 100MPh times seem to be reported at about 26 seconds, ie, about what you'd expect from smaller engined basic hatchbacks. Thing is, reading a few reviews, they go on about the diesel being almost as quick as a 3.2 between 30 - 50/50 - 70, so then theoretically, between 30 - 70Mph, its a very quick car, so its got to be outside of those figures that it loses a bunch of time. Does it run out of steam rapidly after 70? is 0-30 so comparitevly slow that it costs a lot of time? A 3.2 should be around 17 or 18 seconds to 100, and a difference of about 8 or 9 seconds to the 2.0TDi is quite significant, especially as it only gives away approx 3 seconds 0-60. That means it loses another 5 seconds somewhere from 60-100, which seems a lot. I know all this comparison stuff is nonsense, and holds very little water on the open road, but Im interested to find out where its losing out if the 30-70 times are very close. I in no way have bought a TDi with illusions that ive bought a performance hatch, and im not even concerned greatly with the performance, as I bought the car for other reasons, but be good to know how and where the car lacks performance.