The Volkswagen Passat is one of those promising good car one can acquire for the sole purpose of work. The car fits in the working-class model of a car that does not need so much showoff. However, that doesn’t stop it from being used for another ulterior motive. We have this Passat in our gallery and if you feel it is the right car for your need, feel free to hit us up on how to lease one for yourself. Below is the overview of what the Passat is made of.
Irrespective of its German heritage and brand name, the Volkswagen Passat is a thoroughly American-style family sedan because of its limo-like rear seat to its supple ride. In the engine, the Passat has a single power-train option: which is a 174-hp turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder and a six-speed automatic transmission. The turbocharged four-cylinder was designed to be fuel-efficient.
The Passat interior is a clean straight line which is common to Volkswagen’s unassuming design language. The Volkswagen Passat cabin is not completely fascinating, though it’s among the most spacious and comfortable in its competition. With thin door pillars and an open cabin, outward visibility in the Passat is pretty excellent. The Volkswagen Passat standard infotainment system includes Apple Car-Play and Android Auto capability, a 6.3-inch touchscreen with a three-month subscription to SiriusXM satellite radio, and several USB ports. On request, the top model adds a larger 8.0-inch display, navigation and a premium sound system.
The Safety and Driver-Assistance feature a standard automated emergency braking with pedestrian detection, Standard blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert and adaptive cruise control and lane-keeping assist. In other words, the Volkswagen Passat earned a five-star crash test rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
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