by J-Money on Aug 24, 2006 Vehicle: 1994 Volkswagen Passat GLX V6 4dr Sedan
I bought the Passat almost a year and a half ago and I couldn't ask for a better car. The Passat appealed to me not only because of it's good looks, sports car handling, and awesome performance from the VR6 but because it's relatively rare and I know that I wouldn't see my car driving around EVERYWHERE. The only gripes that I have about this car are that there are no cup holders, the automatic transmission is slow to downshift going up hills and that maintenence is are costly, but it's worth every penny. Also, I need new tires soon and they are hard to come by as the stock 15" BBS rims are an unusual size (215/50HR15) and Tirerack only has three kinds, two of which are summer tires. The all season tires are $109/tire.
by vdub60 on Oct 22, 2003 Vehicle: 1994 Volkswagen Passat GLX V6 4dr Sedan
I purchased this car with 145,000 on
the clock and what a great car it is.
I need to replace the 5 speed tranny
sometime , as 3 and 4 syncros are
toast. I must say I really love this
car though. Great handling, good
power, and comfy as hell. Oh, and for
$1400 I stole it. If you can get a
reasonable price, go for it. I'll buy
another VW in a heartbeat.
by Milton Olfonse on Apr 26, 2003 Vehicle: 1994 Volkswagen Passat GLX V6 4dr Sedan
Very good car that could be great. Lots
of interior and trunk room for 5ppl.
Nice layout, but there are no air bags
for safety... this makes thia a very
dangerous investment at this time for
anyone. The car has had a number of
failing issues - Recalled fan unit that
actually went on fire in this
car...$890 to replace although it was
subject later to a recall.
Again, good auto, however buy at your
by JohnWey on Sep 24, 2002 Vehicle: 1994 Volkswagen Passat GLX V6 4dr Sedan
The Passat is a great vehicle. Only
problem and it's been a big one is that
after 115000 miles my transmission gave
out. My mechanic who sent it to an
authorized VW service center has had the
car on and off for the last 3 months
while they try to work out the kinks.
Have a 1987 Quantum(the original Passat)
and after over 200000 miles the original
transmission gave out. Lets see an
American car do that.
by NicnBob on Jun 22, 2002 Vehicle: 1994 Volkswagen Passat GLX V6 4dr Sedan
We've owned the Passat since new in
1994. We test drove the Honda Accord,
Mitubishi Galant, and Ford Taurus.
Honda was intriguing but more
expensive by several grand. The other
two were just not in the same class.
Hands down the Passat was the most fun
by bobpeller on Feb 26, 2002 Vehicle: 1994 Volkswagen Passat GLX V6 4dr Wagon
This car is a great valus. I bought this car off a freind who was returning to Germany and didn't want to ship a car. He unloaded it on me for a song and I wasn't sure what i was getting. It turned out to be one of the best deals I've made. I literaly drove this car from coast to coast the summer of 2000. Despite the station wagon look, it was fast, sporty, and got great gas milage.
1994 VW Passat wagon (diesel) - the fuses are all ok but none of the gauges work on the dashboard. If the rear license plate light still works and it is on the same fuse as the gauges, what else could...
My Passat is a 2000 1.8T wagon. The only other car I considered seriously after a test drive was the Subaru Legacy wagon, either in the GT or Outback version. The Subaru may be better in snow than the...
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