Volkswagen Passat 2010 Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Volkswagen Passat 2010 reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
Volkswagen fix revealed for Australia
US owners of VW cars with diesel engines that can cheat emissions tests have already been given $500, but local owners still have no compensation.Read More
Used Volkswagen Passat review: 2006-2010
Discerning Passat buyers went for the German comforts and dynamics — but well-versed owners know they have to keep topping up the engine oil.NewHaving started out as the maker of the humble people’s ...Read More
Used Volkswagen Passat review: 1995-2014
Volkswagen Passat is a medium-large car aimed at those looking for a solid machine that should stand the test of time. Stylish it's not, but that's the way VW does its shapes, intending them to be ...Read More
Used Volkswagen Passat review: 2008-2011
Most carmakers have a hot car division dedicated to turning mundane everyday drivers into fire-breathing, tyre-shredding, road-burners, and VW is no different.Read More
VW recalls 2.6m cars worldwide, over 44,000 in Australia
Volkswagen has issued a worldwide recall of 2.6 million vehicles --including more than 44,000 cars in Australia -- for possible fuel leaks, electrical faults and gearbox problems.It is the second ...Read More
VW recalls 2.6m cars, over 44,000 in Australia
Volkswagen is issuing recalls and advisories for about 2.6 million vehicles world-wide, including about 43,700 in Australia, for a range of three defects. The Australian vehicles include more than 16 ...Read More
Used Volkswagen Passat review: 1995-2012
Passat is a medium-large German car that appeals to those who refuse to pay big dollars for a similar car from one of the more prestigious marques from the same country. Audi won’t thank us for ...Read More
VW Passat CC unusual shudder
The technician is correct, there shouldn't be any shuddering, but it doesn't appear to be having any detrimental effect on the car in any other way. I would report your concerns to the dealer before the warranty runs out and ask for his advice on the problem.
These badges are usually held on with contact cement, so make sure the surfaces are clean and dry before fitting the new ones. I would suggest you contact VW direct and express your concern to them and request they supply and fit the badges you need at their cost. The cost is so small that I cannot believe VW or the dealer would not simply do it as a sign of good will.