The Passat from Volkswagen is an intriguing beast, in that exemplary toes the line between business and personal. Not many other cars can achieve this. It takes a great level of thoughts and insight on how to create something that seems professional without being soulless, or something with a personality which doesn’t appear immature. The Passat effortlessly achieves this by creating a design that works on these numerous levels as well as allowing the consumer to select from eight differing models. You can be practical & elegant, but perhaps you also want to be sporty and luxurious. It’s for this reason that the new Passat isn’t just competing with traditional rivals such as Ford Mondeo, but it’s also threatening the BMW 3 Series and Mercedes Benz C-Class.
The car is incredibly comfortable both from an interior design perspective but also in terms of the overall drive. The Passat is very ergonomically with an infotainment system that is extremely advanced as well as being built to include a GTE plug in hybrid for those consumers who are more environmentally conscious. All instruments on the car are clear and simple to use, whilst the car itself presents itself as being heavily influenced by European sensibilities, giving the car a nice air of difference when compared to rivals and elevate the car from any threat of mundanity.
Adaptive cruise control has also been included thus making the experience in the Passat more enjoyable and making long journeys across the country and abroad all the more enjoyable. In fact, for holidays the Passat is very practical with a huge boot which would be able to take several suitcases. Therefore, if you are a seeking a car to travel to meetings in and then collect the kids from school the Passat is the ideal vehicle for you.