1993 Volkswagen Corrado Overview

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1993 Volkswagen Corrado Overview

By the end of 1993 model year, its fourth year in production, the Volkwagen Corrado was limited to a single engine option. The supercharged four-cylinder, 158-horsepower, 1.8-liter engine, which had been around since the car's introduction in 1990, was dropped mid-year in favor of a 178-horsepower, 2.8-liter V6 engine. The Corrado also received some minor re-styling mid-year, with a new grille that incorporated fog lights. As far as nomenclature was concerned, the V6 Corrado was dubbed the SLC (for sports luxury coupe).

New standard features for 1993 included anti-lock brakes and traction control, and the BBS alloy wheels, added a year earlier, were replaced with new five-spoke wheels. Other standard features included power windows, power brakes, power heated mirrors, air conditioning, cruise control, a leather-trimmed steering wheel, bucket seats, and an anti-theft alarm system.

While a number of drivers thought the Corrado's interior appointments were a bit underwhelming, especially for a car that positioned itself as a sports luxury vehicle, few complained about the car's power, handling, styling, or braking capability.

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