Is Volkswagen better than Mercedes?

Is Volkswagen better than Mercedes?

As marques, VW and Mercedes don’t compare favorably. VW builds mid-low priced automobiles and SUV’s while Mercedes is a more upscale maker with an emphasis on comfort and luxury.

Which is better BMW or Volkswagen?

BMW has a reputation for making some of the best engines. However, VWs engines are also excellent. VW’s range of turbocharged engines are particularly good. Another thing that has changed in recent years is a switch from hydraulic to electrically assisted power steering.

What are the reviews of a 2001 Volkswagen Passat?

Check back with us soon. Showing 3 of 499 reviews. commit. Only real complaint is the car is too low to the ground and your likely to have to replace the oil pan, I think the car would run even if all the wires were cut, amazing. Door latch went out as did the aux fan, relay. Got great get up and go. The thermostat is a real pain to replace.

Is the Volkswagen Passat a front wheel drive car?

The Passat comes in four-door sedan and station wagon body styles, and both are available with front-wheel drive or a permanently engaged all-wheel-drive system called 4Motion. During the 2000 calendar year, the Passat has nosed ahead of the New Beetle to become Volkswagen’s second best-selling model behind the Jetta.

What kind of engine does a Volkswagen Passat have?

Standard on the GLX and optional on the GLS is a 2.8-liter V-6 with 190 hp. Both engines are used by Audi and are available with a five-speed manual or five-speed automatic transmission. The 4Motion all-wheel-drive system is optional on models with the V-6 and automatic transmission.

What are the dimensions of a Volkswagen Passat?

The sloping front and rear pillars follow the same theme as the New Beetle’s design. With an overall length of 184 inches, the Passat sedan is sized like a compact car on the outside, but the 106-inch wheelbase moves it up to the midsize class. The Passat is roomier inside than most cars with similar exterior dimensions.

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