The Wolfsburg Edition is all about maintaining a level of exclusivity and elegance, as can be seen from the iconic Wolfsburg badge on the B-pillar on each side of the Jetta, as well as a distinctive, vintage interior adorned with the all-star concept seat that features pinstripes and gold stitching along the edges.
Exterior Features One of the first differences you’ll notice is the Wolfsburg Edition badge emblazoned on the vehicle. Other aesthetic differences include 16” Linas aluminum-alloy wheels and a sport bumper, which combine to give the exterior a powerful, handsome edge.
The 2010 Passat Komfort Sedan (B7) The 2006 Passat (B6, Typ 3C) The 2013 Passat (B7) The 2004 Passat 4Motion Station Wagon GLS (B5) The 2012 Passat TDI SE Sedan (B7) The 2015 Passat Sedan (B7) The 2007 Passat Station Wagon (B6, Typ 3C) 2005 Passat 4Motion Sedan (B6, Typ 3C)
2018 Volkswagen Passat Trim Levels in Fort Wayne, IN 2018 VW Passat S. Starting at $22,995 MSRP. 2018 VW Passat R-Line. Starting at $24,995 MSRP. 2018 VW Passat SE. Starting at $26,295 MSRP. 2018 VW Passat SE with Technology. Starting at $29,595 MSRP. 2018 VW Passat SEL Premium. Starting at $31,650 MSRP.
While Volkswagen is not generally considered a luxury brand, they do make models that enter realms of near- luxury outfitting. Of course, the Volkswagen Group does manufacture officially-designated luxury vehicles with other brands they own, such as Audi and Bentley.
Cars produced Volkswagen Golf. Volkswagen Golf Sportsvan. Volkswagen Golf R. Volkswagen Golf GTI. Volkswagen Golf GTE. Volkswagen e-Golf. Volkswagen Touran. Volkswagen Tiguan.
The Volkswagen turbocharged stratified injected (TSI) engine is a lightweight, high-power, fuel-efficient four-cylinder traditional combustion engine. It is found in some form on most Volkswagen vehicles, such as the Atlas, Tiguan, and Passat.
The Volkswagen Passat Reliability Rating is 3.5 out of 5. It ranks 12th out of 32 for all car brands. Learn more about Volkswagen Passat Reliability Ratings.
Volkswagen cars are now built all across the globe, but Golf, Rabbit, and GTI models are still made in the company’s home town of Wolfsburg, Germany. Volkswagen vehicles are currently being manufactured in all of those locations, but not all factories can make every single Volkswagen model.
Since they are still considered “Hitler’s Car “ by a lot of americans, there will never be the quaaantity produced for USA consumption than say GM or Ford. This means the after-sale market jacks up the pricing for parts for VW because there is less competition for the particular part.
With Volkswagen Passat models customers can rest assured that the Passat will be able to offer reliable performance beyond 100,000 miles if properly maintained. Some VW Passat models have been known to run well for 200,000 miles or more!
VW engines are known to be well built and if maintained well, such as oil changes every 3–6k miles, car alignment, tire rotation, oil filter change, engine flushes, etc. it can run well into the 200k miles and more.
SE with Technology – Added features include a touchscreen navigation system, remote start and Park Distance Control. Starting MSRP is $29,595. SEL Premium – Added features include a premium audio system, leather seating surfaces and LED headlights.
The base 2021 Volkswagen Passat S has a starting price of $23,995, which is low for the class. The midlevel SE trim costs $26,995, and the top-of-the-line R- Line trim starts at $29,995.
Many of Volkswagen’s most famous models are named after winds. The Golf refers to the Gulf Stream, Jetta is German for “jet stream,” Passat means “trade wind,” the Scirocco is named after Sirocco, a Mediterranean wind, and the Polo references polar winds.