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It's Not A Minivan!!! by gtimandan
 — VW created an ad campaign late in the vehicle's life here in the US to underscore the fact that this vehicle was not a minivan. VW does sell a minivan, just not in the US. It's called the Sharan and... Read More
The Ideal Family Vehicle by caige
 — Perfect for our family. Plenty of room to extra passengers and extra surf boards... Read More
Cost Me More In Repairs Then What I Paid For It by Robin
 — Rubbish, had to rebuild engine, replace clutch, replace turbo, fix electrics, Full service cost an arm and a leg and the air-con broke just before trading it in! Maintenance and repairs on this thin... Read More

2003 Volkswagen EuroVan Overview

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2003 Volkswagen EuroVan

Perhaps sensing the imminent end of the EuroVan's run due to sluggish sales, Volkswagen left the 2003 versions of its front-engined passenger van virtually unchanged from the previous couple of years. The 2003 EuroVans were powered by a 201-horsepower, 2.8-liter V6 engine, which was linked to a four-speed automatic transmission. There was no manual transmission option.

Two versions were available. The EuroVan GLS came with air conditioning, power windows, power heated mirrors, automatic climate control, cruise control, anti-lock brakes, and an anti-theft alarm system.

The MV added a rear bench that converted into a bed and rearward-facing bucket seats in the middle row. The MV could also be outfitted to resemble the old Campmobile, with a refrigerator, bed, and pop-up roof.

Despite the fact that sales were slow, drivers who bought the EuroVan were generally pleased with it, calling it a fun, sporty vehicle to drive, with a smooth ride and plenty of room for a big family. On the downside, drivers noted that the EuroVan was noisy and tended to need frequent repairs.


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My 2003 Eurovan is completely dead. All electronics are non-functional...lights, instruments including the clock, radio, even the remote key won't work. The van won't start and makes no noise at all...

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Greetings All, Question for the day: I have a 2003 Eurovan MV Weekender and it's time for new tires. Any suggestions? ANy input would be greatly appreciated. Living in TX so ice/snow is not neede...

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