Reasons to Buy the 2018 Volkswagen Passat
1. Spacious Back Seat
One of the Passat's biggest selling points is its overall interior space, but especially the trunk seating. The American car market places high focus on the capability to extend, but it's rare for a back seat allowing this much leg room. The Volkswagen Passat enables a great deal of it.
2. Fuel Economy
The brand new generation of Volkswagens are all more fuel efficient than ever, but the 2015 has bragging rights to a turbo diesel that is an outstanding performer. Volkswagen calls the "Passat TDI probably the most fuel-efficient mid-size car available for sale in America," with 30MPG in the city/44 on the highway. All the models perform at or above similar cars in the category.
3. Simple but Elegant Interior and Body Style
While no one would call the 2015 Volkswagen Passat flashy, the clean design both inside and out makes it a car any owner could be proud to drive. As opposed to being forced to be worried about whether it will walk out style, the 2015 design will remain stylish for a long time to come.
4. Increased Engine Performance
Several models have a powerful manual transmission option as well as automatic standard, and each is front wheel drive. The turbo diesel exceeds EPA standards for clean performance, and engines range from 150 horsepower with 236 lb-ft of torque for the turbo diesel to 280 hp and 258 lb-ft torque for the 3.6 liter V-6.
5. Excellent Payload Room
The trunk on the Passat is pretty large, boasting 16 cubic feet of space. With the seats folded forward, there's still more.
6. Details and Special Features
Interior construction is top-notch, manufactured from upscale, top quality materials. Controls and gauges are intuitive and simple.
7. Top Rated Safety Features
The 2015 Volkswagen Passat gets a five-star rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety places it on the Top Safety Pick list. With high visibility as its top safety attribute, the Passat even offers the typical airbags and stability control, and also a bonus "hill-holder."
8. Option Packages
Circumstances of the art Fender speakers, digital navigation and radio player, CD player, heated seats, iPod connection, satellite radio, rearview camera, Bluetooth and more depending on the model.
A service much like On-Star, Car-Net is standard generally in most models, and includes 6 months of free service. This new service sets up smartphone control for benefits such as for example roadside assistance, service reminders, speed warnings, and crash notice. Additionally, it enables remote lock and unlock, and stolen vehicle tracking. A particular feature is "geo-fencing," which allows parents to limit the region where their children can drive.
10. Produced in America
The Passat has been stated in Tennessee since a remodel aimed toward the American market in 2011.