Passat 2019 Interior Style

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The Passat 2019 Interior continues to offer top safety scores, remarkable space inside, and all-round versatility; it’s still one of the best small SUVs, and a good value for money.

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After Volkswagen gave China an all-new Passat last year and the United States a not-so-new Passat last month, it’s now Europe’s turn to meet the refreshed midsize sedan. Shown alongside the more practical wagon version in standard Variant and rugged Alltrack guises, the company’s second best-selling nameplate (after the Golf) is ready to take on the refreshed Ford Mondeo with an array of changes inside and out.

The changes are not that easy to spot, but the “Passat” lettering on the center of the trunk lid as seen on the fancier Arteon should make it easier to identify it as the facelifted variant. It’s the same story on the inside, although the third-generation infotainment system is a first for the VW brand and works together with an improved digital instrument cluster. The touchscreen is available in 6.5-, 8.0-, and 9.2-inch sizes and offers always-online functionality with a plethora of services ranging from Internet radio to navigation with real-time info.


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In regards to the oily bits, all gasoline and diesel engines come with a particulate filter to reduce harmful emissions. There are three TSI units with 150, 190, and 272 horsepower, along with three TDI units rated at 120, 190, and 240 hp for the beefier Bi-TDI unit. It’s worth mentioning the bread and butter of the diesels, the 2.0 TDI in the 150-hp guise, has gained the “Evo” suffix to denote it’s a revised version with 10 g/km fewer emissions than its predecessor.

The plug-in hybrid Passat GTE (pictured below, on the left) has been updated as well and can now do up to 34 miles (55 kilometers) in pure electric mode per the more realistic WLTP cycle, which equates to about 43.5 miles (70 km) on the previous NEDC cycle. For the sake of comparison, the pre-facelift Passat GTE only did 31 miles (50 km) using the now defunct NEDC procedure.

As a final note, we need to remind you the “Made in Germany” label of the Euro-spec Passat will cease to exist in 2023. It’s because production of the next-generation model will take place in Czech Republic, specifically at Skoda’s Kvasiny plant. If you care about this sort of thing, you have about four years left to buy a Passat built at the Emden factory where the hugely popular model has been in production since way back in 1978.

Pre-sales of the 2019 VW Passat facelift in European attire will commence in May, with the market launch scheduled for the end of August – initially in the model’s domestic market Deutschland.

The best value in Passat 2019 Interior is a base model with manual gearbox, but it’s still decently priced after adding fancy audio, leather, and a moonroof.

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