The Volkswagen Passat has long been a favorite among shoppers looking for a little more luxury and style in their midsize family sedan or wagon. For many folks, the Passat has traditionally filled the gap that exists between normal, humdrum family cars and the financially out-of-reach luxury brands. Displaying a classy, restrained style inside and out, the Volkswagen Passat gives the impression of quiet competence, which is borne out by its refined driving character. A quality cabin and competent handling, along with a supple ride, are typical Passat traits.
The latest Volkswagen Passat is the biggest Passat yet and is priced considerably lower than before to more closely compete with mainstream family sedans. There has been some cost-cutting to meet that lower price, though, which means the Passat may be a little less appealing to aspiring German luxury car owners. Still, we think it has retained enough of its premium feel to make a case for itself as a gateway vehicle. As for used Passats, both second- and third-generation models are very good picks.
The Volkswagen Passat is powered by an four-cylinder 1968cc Common Rail Diesel Engine which produces 168bhp of power at 4200rpm and 350Nm of torque at 1750rpm. It comes mated to the dual-clutch design six-speed automatic transmission (known as DSG) which is more efficient than the conventional automatic transmission. This car has an ARAI fuel efficiency of 18.78kmpl. The car’s mechanical and body parts are rigid and well-designed making it more capable than its earlier versions. Volkswagen also offers a six-speed manual version in Trendline trim.
The best price for Vw’s passat is
€ 34914.02 .