Volkswagen Passat Review: The New American Dream Car – The Volkswagen Passat made in America, since the 2012 model. VW make it bigger and simplified its complexness. Latest Volkswagen Passat review that’s directly evident in its look. It’s standard Volkswagen but remarkably attractive and processed in a way that some of the more bawdy four-doors are not. It’s Volkswagen big but not bulky on dimension. The cabins similar like the VWs of the 1980s, with a horizontal layout design that leaves everything to the imagination.
In this Volkswagen Passat review what it has is five-cylinder engine and free of flair. No worries on its turbo diesel much for its eager off-the-line torsion as for its 43-mpg highway rating. There’s a V-6 alternative with 280 horsepower and a more geomorphic attitude, but it seems deluxe and indulgent in such an unsheathed, moderate car. The Passat also care to bring in high marks for ride ease, which at last more significant considering the fact that most buyers will be far more care with the look. It still mostly looks and feels like a German car, it now has the maximum space and low price expected from an American one.
The engine is heavy TDI (3350 pounds versus the 2.5’s 3300) is the rowdier of the two, with livelier steering, the typical diesel bloom of midrange torque, and the DSG’s giddy, right-now shifts. The five-cylinder’s relative torque deficit and heavy, low-speed steering mean it isn’t as much fun to spank down city streets, but the gap is narrowed by the diesel’s maddeningly up shift-happy gearbox. It doggedly yanks you into a higher gear and away from grunt whenever possible. Blame the TDI’s 43-mpg highway fuel-economy rating. Volkswagen Passat review will please you and your family. Surprisingly, for a car that just had thousands of dollars ripped from its street price, the Passat’s interior is respectable. The optional 400-watt Fender sound system, with a sound huge and please almost everybody. In the end it’s the Passat’s bland styling that sticks in your car.
Volkswagen Passat Review Competitors
In 2008 Chevrolet Malibu rolled into dealers’ showrooms, some car review commended Chevy for finally making a good American Accord. But the 2012 Volkswagen Passat review it just may be that VW has built the best German Camry. That’s not a slam; the Camry is a fine car, with impressive technology, strong appeal to American mainstream buyers and the consequential enviable sales numbers. The question that comparison is intended to pose, rather, is whether enough mainstream Americans are going to want a German Camry to keep that new Chattanooga factory humming.