Photos of VW's new T5 abound
on the net, but I doubt you'll see one in the
US. With VW bringing the MicroBus, you'll
have to decide whether the last Eurovan is
We purchased a 2003 GLS (built
in April 2002) & the Eurovan's overall utility
is setting in. The Eurovan has certainly
made errands & family trips much easier. It
rides & handles much better than its height
suggests, & build quality is high. We are
impressed with its ease around town: power
to accelerate/pass, no harder to park/backup
than our 4Runner, & right size for a family of
5. All of this could be said about the vanilla
minivans. But, the Eurovan has a
niche & one you'll recognize
Gas mileage = to our SUV:
19 mpg in mixed driving.
Excellent Asymmetric-sized side mirrors!
Complaints about the radio are unfounded.
Good sound & OEM CD changer is
available for $250 (off the Net OR More from
Large hatch keeps you dry when loading
items in the rain!
Difficult driver entry/exit.
No tilt wheel.
Rear window washer is inadequate.
No Dealer included floor mats.
"Fuzzy" interior fabric not conducive for
young family. Will need seat covers.
No overdrive: 60mph = ~2950RPM. Seems
No tilt wheel.
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