2017 Volkswagen Passat

2017 Volkswagen Passat –¬†The Volkswagen Passat is one of the company’s most popular deals in America, although they can be a little bigger and cheaper than the competitors, but is the mid-size sedan far behind the Toyota Camry and Honda Accord in terms of sales.

Aware that to the world’s largest car manufacturers in 2018 they will be more than a niche player in the United States, the Germans are struggling to raise the stakes with new or refreshed products such as the 2015 Jetta. Vehicles aside, they also have the new CEO of Volkswagen of America appointed Michael Horn.

As is often the case, a change in leadership is set to cause some strategy adjustments, but it’s a bit too early to draw conclusions. But if Mr. Horn sat down for a chat with the folks at Motor Trend in New York last week, he revealed that the Volkswagen Passat is in for a big update for the model year 2016th

The Executive Board, already some developments of the facelift has seen, makes the Passat 2016 to represent “a major step” in the recent history of the sedan. With particular reference to the newly presented Jetta, he stressed that VW design team is taking things up a notch for a “very strong” end result.

Well, I hope, Mr. Horn knows what he is talking about, as the Passat has America’s boring midsize sedan for quite some time now. Maybe not as boring as the Toyota Camry, but the Japanese came up with a much more attractive design for the year 2015th

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