Among family sedans, the Volkswagen Passat stands out for its ability to fit the entire family in comfort while maintaining fuel efficiency and offering refinement. There are clear European influences in the spacious Passat, including tailored styling and an incredible amount of space for adults to stretch out in the rear seats.
Comfort and Spaciousness
The Passat is one of the few family sedans on the market that can comfortably fit full-grown teens or adults in addition to children. All models have air conditioning, a driver seat that is height adjustable, a tilting-and-telescoping steering wheel, 60/40 split and folding rear seats, and cruise control. To maximize comfort, upgrade to the Wolfsburg, Limited Edition, SE, Sport, or SEL Premium. This will give you leather upholstery, driver seat memory, a sunroof, dual-zone automatic climate control, heated mirrors, and heated front seats.
The technology in the Passat is another way that this vehicle stands out from the crowd. Even the Passat S has an auxiliary audio jack, Bluetooth, and a trip computer. Upgrades can give you additional features, such as a rearview camera, keyless ignition, eight speakers, music storage, HD radio, navigation, satellite radio, and Car-Net telematics from VW. Car-Net telematics is especially useful for parents of teen drivers, as it lets you set boundaries for your teens. This system also provides remote vehicle access, roadside assistance, automatic crash notification, and stolen vehicle location.
You can get to know the Volkswagen Passat better on a test drive through D’iberville, Mississippi, at Volkswagen of South Mississippi.