Review Car 2015 Volkswagen Passat

Review Car 2015 Volkswagen Passat is a major North American passenger car Volkswagen, which was designed for the u.s. market and assembled in Chattanooga, Tennessee. This is different from the European version of the same name in size (Volkswagen called it "the biggest Passat ever"), styling, tuning the suspension, and, most importantly, the price, making it more competitive in the mid-size sedan market America. There are three machines, all that drives the front wheels only: a 1.8-liter turbocharged four-cylinder petrol, new to the powertrain supplies in 2014; 3.6-liter VW unique narrow angle "VR6 V-6; and the 2.0-liter turbo-diesel four, redesigned for the year 2015 and turned on the version we drove to this review. (We also recently rapped a long term test 40,000 miles of TDI, you can read it here.)

Review Car 2015 Volkswagen Passat
Review Car 2015 Volkswagen Passat


A manual five-speed and six-speed automatic transmission is an option for a conventional 1.8-liter; diesel comes with a six-speed manual or VW'S DSG dual-clutch automatic either. Volkswagen contains five levels-S slim Passat, Limited, SE, Sport, and a complicated lineup but with sub-trim. S ($ 22.160), Limited ($ 24.815), and sports ($ 27.735) version, for example, offered only with the 1.8 turbo, and Limited is automatic only. TDI Passats come in SE ($ 27.915) and Premium ($ 34.745) editions, but TDI SE can be ordered with a sunroof ($ 29.945) or with a sunroof and navigation ($ 31.670). The auto-only V-6 cell Premium ($ 36.815) is top of the line and is the only model with a VR6 engine.
Review Car 2015 Volkswagen Passat | Meg Barros | 5

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