The all NEW VW Passat is unveiled see our initial review

The seventh-generation Passat was unveiled at the Paris Motorshow in September, and establishes benchmarks in quality, design, economy and comfort.   BlueMotion Technology will be standard on almost the entire engine line-up: brake energy VW Passat saloon and Estate

recuperation will be standard on all models, and all but two have Start Stop. The result is that the entry level 1.6-litre TDI 105 PS engine is capable of matching the economy of the outgoing BlueMotion model with combined economy of 65.7 mpg while emitting 114 g/km of CO2. In turn, the new BlueMotion model, due to go on sale in early 2011, will return 68.8 mpg and emit 109 g/km of CO2.

The interior has been subtly redesigned with a new dashboard and centre console, new decorative inlays and a new analogue clock, shared with the Phaeton. All models come with a leather

Volkswagen Passat Estate boot space

three-spoke multifunction steering wheel and white dashboard backlighting, while a new selection of interior cloth and leather upholstery is available.

The S has standard seats in black Conté cloth upholstery; the SE has front comfort seats with Matera upholstery available in either black, desert beige or espresso. The Sport has front sport seats with Silversprint cloth upholstery. Vienna leather is optional for SE and Sport models in black, desert beige or espresso.

Interested in hearing more about this car or any other vehicle then please call us on 0844 6864000 or click here to request a call back. 

New VW Passat
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  • 21st October 2010

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  • Nick Strong| 12th April 2011 at 11:23 am Reply

    I am spending £200 per month on hire cars and thinking of bringing a car into the business. Please tell me more about the new for the price of old Passat deal you have on at the moment ref your e-mail promotion of 12th April. (£20 per month less than factory order).

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