2013 Volkswagen Passat Alltrack

2013 Volkswagen Passat Alltrack 3 2013 Volkswagen Passat Alltrack

2013 Volkswagen Passat Alltrack 4 2013 Volkswagen Passat Alltrack

2013 Volkswagen Passat Alltrack 7 2013 Volkswagen Passat Alltrack

Over the last forty years, the number of Passat cars that have been manufactured is staggering. Over 15 million automobiles of this model have been made and sold relentlessly. This all-time top of the list seller is favoured by buyers of all genres for its all-round qualities. Volkswagen loves to call itself a global brand in the true sense of the term. So true to its promise, the Passat is available in all the continents of the Earth. Each continent gets its own subtly different model to suit its people. This diversity and huge range of the car is a key factor in its success. Now the brand is extending the success story with its all-new Passat Alltrack.

This novel model comes with an “estate car configuration”. This ffectively closes in on the margin between the traditional Passat estate car and available SUV’s like the Tiguan. This choice has been made based on carefully-researched market conditions and demands: many drivers with the need to use their cars to tow other vehicles or in casual off-the-road conditions have the need and desire to own a sporty, spacious and wide-range car possessing the ability to sail through tough conditions. This particular car is tailor-made for these drivers. It has been incorporated with SUV style bumpers. The ramp angle that is available off-road is enviable, as are the approach angle and departure angle. These, along with higher ground clearance, combine to make the car in discussion an excellent option to rely upon on rough tracks and unpaved roads.

The engines that are available with this car are as follows: two turbocharged direct injection petrol engines (TSI, 118 kW / 160 PS and 155 kW / 210 PS) and two of its fellows only run on diesel, (TD, 103 kW / 140 PS and 125 kW / 170 PS). The traditional environment- friendliness of VW cars have also been kept in mind: the 140 PS consumes fuel as low as 5.7 l/100 km (150 g/km CO2), while the 170 PS eats up 5.8 l/100 km (152 g/km CO2).


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