2008 VW Passat 2.0TDI 170hp, Start up, Reving, Interior, Exterior, Engine
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MiddelbeekCars; Koraalstraat 3; 1812RK Alkmaar; 072 541 46 46; firstname.lastname@example.org
- 2.0TDI 4cilinder; 170pk (4200rpm); 350Nm (1750rpm)
- 7traps DSG automaat
- 2.0TDI 4cylinder; 170hk (4200rpm); 258Nm (1750rpm)
- 7traps DSG automatic transmission
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2007 VW Passat 2.0 TDI 4MOTION 4x4 Comfortline Review,Start Up, Engine, and In Depth Tour
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Filmed by: Tomaž Kožar Jesenice
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 fills 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. Spirited performance and competent handling, along with a supple ride, are typical Passat traits.
Often regarded as a gateway vehicle for German luxury car fans who can't yet swing one of the country's premium nameplates, the VW Passat has enough in its favor to warrant consideration even from those with deeper pockets. This is certainly true of the most recent third-generation model and the earlier second-generation Passat. The first-gen car, due to its quirky design and questionable reliability, isn't as well regarded.
An all-new, fourth-generation Volkswagen Passat will debut for the 2012 model year. It will be the biggest Passat yet and will be priced considerably lower than before to more closely compete with mainstream family sedans.
Most Recent Volkswagen Passat
The most recent, third-generation Passat was produced from 2006-'10 in sedan and wagon body styles. It was larger than the car it replaced and Volkswagen made an effort to move it upscale, increasing feature content and price. Perhaps as a result, this Passat wasn't as popular as previous versions, but generous passenger space, a high-quality cabin and strong engines should make it a good pick.
The standard engine for this third-generation Passat was a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder that produced 200 horsepower and 207 pound-feet of torque. A six-speed manual transmission was standard and a six-speed automatic was optional. From 2006-'08 a narrow-angle V6 known as the VR6 was optional. This engine pumped out 280 hp and 265 lb-ft of torque, and it could be had with all-wheel drive in the 3.6 4Motion trim. An automatic transmission was standard for the V6.
There were initially four trim levels -- Value Edition, 2.0T, 3.6 and 3.6 4Motion. Even though the lower trims had steel wheels, other desirable features like a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, an auxiliary audio jack and high-quality leatherette vinyl upholstery were standard. The upper trims could be had with luxury features like adaptive xenon headlights, automatic dual-zone climate control and 12-way power front seats.
The short-lived Wolfsburg trim level in 2007 added some extra luxuries and visual distinction to the 2.0T model. For the 2008 model year, the trim levels were renamed turbo, Komfort, Lux and VR6. For the final two years, Volkswagen dropped the V6, reduced the Passat to just a single (Komfort) trim level and discontinued most of the car's upscale features. A new hard-drive-based navigation system did become available, howeverOverall, our road tests of the time had good things to say about this generation of Volkswagen Passat, from the high quality of its fit and finish to the engaging yet fuel-efficient performance of the turbocharged engine. Tuned more for ride comfort than clipping apexes on a twisty road, the Passat's suspension nonetheless struck a happy balance between a plush ride and athletic handling dynamics.
Past Volkswagen Passat Models
The second-generation VW Passat was available from 1998-2005. It was a little smaller than the third-generation Passat but was very popular thanks to its tasteful styling, peppy performance and solid Germanic feel. Based on a stretched version of the Audi A4 platform of its day, this Passat offered an unusually upscale feel. From the way the doors shut to the way the car absorbed bumps without drama and confidently carved its way along a winding road, this Passat was one midsize sedan or wagon that was actually desirable. This certainly had an effect on our editors; both the sedan and wagon were Edmunds.com Editors Most Wanted award winners for five straight years, from 2000-'04.Engine choices included a 1.8-liter turbocharged four called the 1.8T that made up to 170 hp, a silken 190-hp V6 and a short-lived 270-hp eight-cylinder W8. Equipped with the W8, the Passat grew too heavy and expensive to have widespread appeal. During most of the car's run, VW offered 4Motion all-wheel drive as an option on V6 models (it was standard on W8 models). A frugal 2.0-liter turbodiesel engine called the TDI became available in 2004. For used-car shoppers, any Passat should be fine, but those built for 2002 and later are the best choices as they received updated powertrains and beneficial chassis improvements.
Drive - Volkswagen Passat 2.0TSI
Award winning automotive journalist Tom Voelk tests the Volkswagen Passat 2.0 TSI. The review also includes foot space for his size 11s, bluetooth connectivity (if the car has it), and the ever popular Toliet Paper (TP) test.
2009 Volkswagen Passat Review and Drive
This Passat is very comfortable and quick! A lot of fun to drive...
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