The Euro SHOULD be the best (un)minivan
in America. It is not. While it does
have VW build quality and performance,
it is obvious that the Euro's origins
are that of a cargo van. The dash board
is the most user-UNfriendly I've ever
seen, the seats cause actual pain over
longer distances, and the climate
control system needs to be drug out
into the street and shot. All that
aside, it is a great van.
Good engine. Great torque. German build
quality. Massive amount of useable
space. The styling is fantastic; one
less losange-shaped vehicle!!
Sliding doors on BOTH sides. Please fix
the "Climatronic." Lower the front seat
bases by a few inches, they are way to
high. Add a tilt/ telescope steering
wheel, and please fix the terrible dash
layout. Or just hurry up with the New
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