Used 2003 Volkswagen EuroVan
Pros & Cons
- Roomy second- and third-row seats, lots of headroom inside the cabin, responsive steering, capable brakes, MV model's flexible cabin arrangements.
- Handles like a delivery van around corners, lots of wind noise on highway, awkward driving position, outdated cabin ergonomics, rear seats are hard to fold, no driver-side sliding door or side airbags.
Edmunds' Expert Review
The EuroVan is unique among minivans, but it lacks the easy handling and user-friendly design embraced by its peers. Unless you plan to use this VW for camping, wait for the Microbus.
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The least-expensive 2003 Volkswagen EuroVan is the 2003 Volkswagen EuroVan GLS 3dr Minivan (2.8L 6cyl 4A). Including destination charge, it arrives with a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of about $26,200.
Other versions include:
- GLS 3dr Minivan (2.8L 6cyl 4A) which starts at $26,200
- MV 3dr Minivan (2.8L 6cyl 4A) which starts at $27,700