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Volkswagen Southtowne
(801) 676-6401
11100 S Frontage Rd
South Jordan, UT
 
V & W Volkswagen Service & Repair
(801) 262-5981
150 W 4800 S
Salt Lake City, UT
 
Volkswagen Southtowne
(801) 676-6401
11100 S Frontage Rd
South Jordan, UT
 
A-1 Volkswagen Inc
(801) 484-5943
258 Lucy Ave
Salt Lake City, UT
 
V & W Volkswagen Service & Repair
(801) 262-5981
150 W 4800 S
Salt Lake City, UT
 
A-1 Volkswagen Inc
(801) 484-5943
258 Lucy Ave
Salt Lake City, UT
 

2003 Volkswagen Passat Mid-Size Sedan and Wagon

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The flagship series from Volkswagen divides into a four-door sedan and five-door wagon, each packing either a four-cylinder or V6 engine, manual or automatic transmission with standard front-wheel-drive (FWD) or VW's optional 4Motion AWD.

A base GL Passat feels like it's racked with power, despite only four cylinders in the engine. The feisty dual-cam 1.8-liter plant with turbo-charger and inter-cooler delivers 170-hp.

Coupled to the turbo is a manual five-speed that's a mechanical treat for those who like to do the shifting, but Passat also offers an optional five-speed automatic with Porsche's Tiptronic.

A V6 drops into any version of Passat. Displacing 2.8-liters, the longitudinally-mounted plant pumps out 190-hp with either the manual or automatic.

Passat GLS stocks a long list of comfort gear ranging from air conditioning to power mirrors, cruise control, automatic door locking and power windows, plus a sound system with eight speakers and a CD deck. GLX loads up the luxury gear like leather upholstery and wood trimmings, electronic climate controls, a power sunroof and Monsoon sound with optional multi-disc CD changer.

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2005 Volkswagen Passat Mid-Size Sedan and Wagon

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2005 Volkswagen Passat Mid-Size Sedan and Wagon

Description: Mid-Size Sedan and Wagon
Base MSRP Range: $23,360 - $33,615
Invoice Price Range: $21,408 - $30,920
Where built: Germany

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The mid-size Volkswagen Passat in sedan and wagon formats returns with a five-seat passenger compartment filled with the appointments of a luxury car. Each packs a 4-cylinder or V6 engine, manual or automatic transmission and standard front-wheel-drive (FWD) or VW's optional 4Motion AWD.

A base GL Passat has a feisty dual-cam 1.8-liter plant with turbo-charger and inter-cooler hitting 170-hp. Coupled to the turbo is a manual 5-speed that's a mechanical treat for those who like to work a shifter, but Passat also offers a 5-speed Tiptronic automatic. A direct-injection turbo-diesel at 2.0-liters is available with a power rating of 134-hp. And a V6 drops into any version of Passat. Displacing 2.8-liters, the longitudinally-mounted plant pumps out 190-hp with the manual or automatic.

Silverstone Gray is a new paint choice for any Passat, as Passat GLS upgrades to larger 16-inch alloy wheels with 17-inch Bilstar alloys now optional on GLS and GLX.

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