I can not imagine why VW does not sell
more Eurovans. As configured with the
201 hp VR6 and the lower price it
is less expensive and more usefully
equiped than any true minivans. At the
same time it is big enough to
handle every need without having to
endure a Econline-type full size van.
As a 40 year old father of three I have
to admit I get a kick out of the
fact that the young VW crowd thinks my
family hauler is cool. I've received
accepting nods and other positive
gestures from 20 year olds driving
Golfs and Passats. Not too many
minivans owners can claim they get
positive gestures from these younger
Size, Size, Size. Big seats, big
passenger space, big cargo space.
Our family of five can travel very
comfortably with all our cargo. A
trick that many other minivans & SUV's
were physically incapable of doing. I
also love the heatable seats and
electronic climate control.
4-motion all wheel drive would
be nice with the 6 speed transmission
fitted to the new Beetle cabriolet?
I can't imagine why this vehicle does
not come std. with CD player or
changer. VW could have it pre-wired
for a CD Changer like every other model
in their line-up.
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