If power is an expression of your personality, then a 1.8l TSI turbocharged engine says quite a bit. The Passat offers an exceptionally smooth ride with its 7-speed direct shift gearbox DSG. Together, they deliver 160PS and a top speed of 220 km/h.
Its luxurious design was designed to take your breath away. Fully wrapped in ‘Vienna’ leather upholstery, the interior of the Passat features ‘Iridium’ decorative inserts, a multi-function steering wheel and Comfort start function ‘Press & Drive’ to enhance your driving experience. It also has an innovative “Rest Assist” drowsiness detection system – a Malaysian first for a car of this class.
Making a statement never got easier. The Passat exudes all the things status accords. With its elegant chrome louvers, sleek contours, ‘Minneapolis’ 17-inch alloy wheels, Bi-Xenon headlights with LED Daytime Running Lights and LED Taillights, it's hard to look away once you’ve seen it. So if you wish to project an air of sophistication and self-assurance, this is the car you want to arrive in.
You can never be too safe. the Passat comes with 6-airbags, fatigue detection system, Electronic differential lock EDL, Electronic stability control ESP, ABS with brake assist, electronic brake-force distribution EBD and Engine drag torque control EDTC. That’s why it was awarded the highest rating possible - 5 stars in Euro-NCAP crash test.
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