2007 Volkswagen Passat Overview


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Avg. Price: $8,521
2.0T SE
Avg. Price: $8,364
2.0T Wagon
Avg. Price: $8,506
2.0T Wolfsburg Edition
Avg. Price: $8,339
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Avg. Price: $11,445
3.6L 4Motion
Avg. Price: $11,594
3.6L 4Motion Wagon
Avg. Price: $11,813
3.6L Wagon
Avg. Price: $11,492
Base Wagon
Avg. Price: $7,214
Value Edition
Avg. Price: $8,659

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Average User Score

4.45 stars

Based on 34 reviews

Wow, All This For This Price? by JusLee
 — I could not believe what I got for what I paid. The quality inside and out is exceptional. It feels solid and the suspension is of the German feel; well controlled, fairly taught but never harsh, grea... Read More
Excellent Performance And Great On Gass by Gautam
 — This car is a solid choice for those that want a great car that returns solid gas mileage. Performance is average for the its class (0-60 - in under 7 seconds) -- but gas mileage is where this car rea... Read More
Great Car Love The Wolfsberg Edt. Package by BillArsenault
 — THis car has a great body style and interior most notably the Wolfsberg edt. The 2.0 turbo give the car a speedy feel from 4-cylinder engine and the split transmission ups the performance appeal as w... Read More

2007 Volkswagen Passat Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 34 reviews

2007 Volkswagen Passat

For 2007, the German-engineered Volkswagen Passat is available in two trim packages. The 2.0T has over 100 unique features, according to Volkswagen, starting with its fuel-efficient, direct-injection 200-hp 4-cylinder engine. Drivers who demand a little more power can opt for the 3.6L trim package, which comes with a 3.6-liter V6 that pumps out 280 hp.

Both models come with automatic brake assist wipers, which ensure the brakes work properly in wet conditions. Other technical innovations include electronic braking assistance, which provides acoustic signals to help you park in tight spaces; a Hill Hold Assist feature that locks the brakes in place when you're parked on a slope; and a hydraulic brake assist system that stops the car quicker in an emergency.

Inside, the innovations are just as cool, and include an electronic parking brake operated by a button on the dash (opening up space in the center console for storage), an integrated umbrella holder in the driver's-side door (truly nifty), and such options as 12-way power seats, a DVD navigation system, and a Dynaudio premium 600-watt audio system. Power windows, power door locks, cruise control, a trip computer, anti-lock brakes, traction control, stability control, heated exterior mirrors, and LED taillights are also part of the package.


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