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Volkswagen Passat
EXPERT RATING
7.7
/ 10
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Volkswagen Passat Pricing and Specs

2021 price from
$46,590*

The Volkswagen Passat is available from $46,590 to $58,790 for the 2021 range of models in Sedan, Wagon and SUV body types.

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Year Price From Price To
2021 $46,590 $58,790
2020 $35,000 $47,630
2019 $25,800 $56,430
2018 $21,400 $50,270
2017 $18,200 $43,010
2016 $15,900 $35,200
2015 $12,800 $32,560
2014 $10,800 $28,710
2013 $9,500 $23,210
2012 $8,800 $23,540
2011 $6,500 $22,440
2010 $6,400 $18,700
2009 $6,800 $16,720
2008 $6,200 $15,510
2007 $4,400 $10,890
2006 $3,700 $9,240
2005 $3,800 $7,260
2004 $3,700 $9,680
2003 $3,700 $9,680
2002 $3,700 $8,250
2001 $3,700 $8,250
2000 $3,500 $8,030
1999 $3,500 $7,480
1998 $3,500 $7,150
1997 $2,800 $5,500
1996 $2,800 $5,500
1995 $2,800 $5,500
1982 $2,100 $3,850
1981 $2,100 $4,070
1980 $2,100 $4,070
1979 $2,100 $4,070
1978 $2,400 $4,070
1977 $2,400 $4,070
1976 $2,200 $4,070
1975 $1,900 $4,070
1974 $1,900 $3,850

Volkswagen Passat FAQs

Check out real-world situations relating to the Volkswagen Passat here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.

  • Volkswagen Passat 2006: Oil pressure dropping after top up?

    It’s not related to the oil, the oil you used was correct. It shouldn’t lose oil pressure so quickly, if it does there is something going on within the engine that needs addressing. If the engine is making a bad sound, don’t drive it, and get a mechanic to check it.

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  • Is the DSG gearbox good in a Volkswagen or Skoda wagon?

    The DSG is a brilliant idea, but it was affected by a couple of issues that soured the experience for a lot of owners. The latest DSG is not affected by the problems of the older units; there have been a lot of improvements made to overcome the issues it had. You can buy one with confidence.

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  • What's a good mid-sized wagon to buy?

    You’re buying a used car, it’s not new, so you have to expect some wear-and-tear issues. The older the car, the greater the wear-and-tear, and the more likely it is to have suffered mechanical failures or even a crash. That means you have to thoroughly check the car before purchase, and you have to rely on the honesty of the vendor. If the car has had clutch problems it should be recorded in the service book. It’s the same with the others you’re looking at, check them thoroughly, and if you’re uncertain have an expert check them for you. Of the three others you are considering I would avoid the Passat as a potential money pit, and go for the i40 in preference to the Commodore.

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