VW Passat 1.8 Sport 20V 150bhp Saloon Reviews
Product Type: Volkswagen cars
Newest Review: ... to drive or look at, it is handsome enough and it goes like a train! I have done 44,000 miles in the last 12 months and there ... more
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Customer VW Passat 1.8 Sport 20V 150bhp Saloon Reviews (2)
by - written on 08/05/01, updated on 08/05/01 (Useful, 891 readings)
I have run a Passat Turbo Sport Saloon for the last 12 months as a company car, and it is with great regret that I am about to say goodbye to it. Whilst it isn't the most exciting car about either to drive or look at, it is handsome enough and it goes like a train! I have done 44,000 miles in the last 12 months and there is not a single thing wrong with the car, the total cost to my company for four services, four new tyres and front brakes has been a paltry £1000. It will cruise all day at high speeds and still return 34mpg, and I've seen 140mph on holiday in Europe. The only downside is the depreciation, mine has done high miles, but had I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/04/01, updated on 28/04/01 (Very useful, 4129 readings)
Its with great regret that I prepare to say goodbye to my Passat 1.8T Sport. I chose it as a company car two years ago when my work required me to do endless long journeys, and it was perfect for that job. VW based the Passat on the same platform as the group's Audi A4 and A6. The A4 is slightly smaller than the Passat and the A6 slightly larger, but both are more expensive than the Passat. Some may prefer the Audi badge, but in terms of value for money, the VW is a clear winner. For me the 1.8T engine is the best feature of this car. The Passat version produces 150bhp, though the same engine is easily tweaked to 180 or even 225bhp in the Audi TT, ... Read the complete review
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