VW Unveils New Passat With German Engineering, Built In America

Posted: Jan 10 2011, 8:29am CST | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

 
VW Unveils New Passat with German Engineering, built in America
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New Passat is built in America

Volkswagen has pulled the wraps of its all new Passat. The new vehicle is built in America and rolls off the assembly line in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The final pricing for the vehicle isn't announced yet, but it will start at about $20,000 and will hit showrooms alter this year.

The vehicle will come with 2.5L gas engine, a 2L TDI Clean Diesel, or a 3.6L VR6 engine. The 2.5L is a 5-cylinder engine; the diesel is a 4-cylinder. The largest 3.6 VR6 has 280hp and 258 lb-ft of torque.

The car has lots of standard features and even base models get electric adjustable seats and more. The vehicle will have lots of options with automatic climate control power windows, analog clock cruise, and Bluetooth connectivity as well. The car is 191.7-inches long and has a 110.4-inch wheelbase.

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