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Volkswagen Passat

Volkswagen Passat
Volkswagen Passat

Manufacturer Parent company Also called

Volkswagen Volkswagen Group (Volkswagen AG) Volkswagen Volkswagen Volkswagen Volkswagen Volkswagen Volkswagen Dasher Quantum Santana Corsar Magotan Carat

Production Predecessor Class

1973–present Volkswagen Type 3 Large family car/Mid-size car

the Volkswagen Type 3 and 411 and 412 based on older technology were also failing to take hold in the market. Following the Volkswagen Group’s acquisition of Audi in 1964, Volkswagen used new engineering expertise to develop a modern front-wheel drive car with a water-cooled engine, and thus the Passat and Golf (the latter being introduced in 1974) were the first of a new generation of Volkswagens. The first Passat was developed partly from the Audi 80/Fox and until 2005 the two shared a history. During its development phase, the Passat was designated internally as EntwicklungsAuftrag 400 (EA400 / Project 400), and well before its launch, production of the Volkswagen Type 3 at the Wolfsburg plant had been stopped in order to free up capacity for the new car.[1] Wolfsburg was able to ramp up production carefully: directly before Passat production started the lines were used to assemble small volumes of the car’s Audi 80 sibling which had been launched a year earlier.[1]

The Volkswagen Passat is a family car built by Volkswagen through six design generations since 1973. Falling between the Golf/Jetta and Phaeton in the current Volkswagen line-up, the Passat has been badged variously as Dasher, Santana, Quantum, Magotan, Corsar and Carat. More recently, Volkswagen has extended its range with the launch of the Passat CC, a 4-door "coupé" version of the Passat. The nameplate Passat derives from the German word for tradewind — and the period in its history when VW named vehicles after prominent winds, including also Golf (after Gulf stream), Jetta (after Jet stream), Bora (after Bora) and Scirocco (after Sirocco).

Passat Mk1 (B1, 1973–1981)
Volkswagen Passat Mk1 (B1)

History
The Passat falls in the middle of the sedan/saloon market segment and was critical to Volkswagen on its introduction in 1973, as the sales of the aging Beetle were declining, and larger air-cooled rear-engined models like

Also called Production Assembly Class

Volkswagen Dasher 1973–1981 (1974–1988 in Brazil) Emden, Germany Large family car / Mid-size car

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Body style(s) 2-door 3-door 4-door 5-door 5-door saloon/sedan hatchback saloon/sedan hatchback estate/wagon

Volkswagen Passat
intended as a replacement for the aging Volkswagen Type 3 and Type 4. The Passat was Wheels magazine’s Car of the Year for 1974 and its sister model Audi 80 was nominated car of the year by the European motor press a year earlier. The platform was named B1. The Passat originally used the 4 cylinder OHC 1.3 l (55 PS (54 hp/40 kW)) and 1.5 l (75 PS (74 hp/55 kW)/85 PS (84 hp/63 kW)) petrol engines also used in the Audi 80—longitudinally mounted with front-wheel drive, in Audi tradition, with either a 4-speed manual transmission or 3-speed automatic. It had a MacPherson strut front suspension with a solid axle/coil spring setup at the rear. The SOHC 1.5 was enlarged to 1.6 l in August 1975 with unchanged power ratings and slightly higher torque ratings. In July 1978 the Passat Diesel became available, equipped with the VW Golf`s 1.5 l Diesel (50 PS (49 hp/37 kW)), followed in February 1979 by the Passat GLI with a fuel-injected version of the 1.6 l engine. The whole range received a facelift in 1977 (launched 1978 outside Europe), featuring an interior upgrade and subtly revised styling including repositioned indicators and depending on model, either 4 round or 2 rectangular headlights[3].

Layout Platform Engine(s)

FF layout Volkswagen B1 platform 1.3 1.5 1.6 1.5 L L L L I4 I4 I4 diesel I4

Transmission(s) Wheelbase Length Width Height Fuel capacity Related Designer

4-speed manual[2] 2470 mm (97.2 in)[2] 4190 mm (165 in)[2] 1600 mm (63 in)[2] 1360 mm (53.5 in)[2] 46 L (12.2 US gal; 10.1 imp gal)[2] Audi 80/Fox Giorgetto Giugiaro

North America
In North America, the car was called the Dasher, and was only available with round DOT-spec lights. The three- and four-door hatchback and a station wagon model were launched in North America for and during the 1974 model year. Sole available engine was a carburetted 1.5 l inline-four developing 75 hp (56 kW) (or 70 hp (52 kW) in 1975), supplanted from model year 1976 by a Bosch fuel-injected 1.6 l four (78 hp (58 kW). 1979 saw the introduction of the 1.5 l diesel engine, which produced just 48 PS (35 kW) in the 1130 kg (2500 lb) car. 0–100 km/h time for the Diesel was 19.4 seconds, 6.2 seconds slower than the gasoline (petrol) engine. All gasoline engines were dropped for North America in 1981 in preparation for the next generation[4].

Volkswagen Passat Mark I 5-door Variant

Europe
The original Volkswagen Passat was launched in 1973. The body types offered originally were 2- and 4-door sedans and similar looking three- and five-door versions. Externally all four shared a modern fastback style design, styled by the Italian designer Giorgetto Giugiaro. In essence, the first Passat was a fastback version of the mechanically identical Audi 80 sedan, introduced a year earlier. A five-door station wagon/estate was introduced in 1974. In Europe, the Passat was equipped with 2 rectangular, 2 round 7", or 4 round 5.5" headlights depending on specification. The Passat was one of the most modern European family cars at the time, and was

Brazil
In Brazil, the Passat B1 was produced from 1974-1988. In 1986 many improvements from the B2 platform where introduced, like its 1.6 and 1.8 engines and the 5-speed gearbox. A

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sports version, named Passat GTS 1.8, even on the twilight of the car, saw some popularity with its very good performance. This generation was also extensively exported to Iraq, where many are still on the road. It was also assembled in Nigeria.

Volkswagen Passat
Syncro) Pre-Facelift Santana: 4572 mm (180 in) Facelifted Santana: 4546 mm (179 in) Width 67.2 in (1707 mm) (GL) 66.7 in (1694 mm) (GL Syncro) Pre-Facelift Santana: 1700 mm (66.9 in) Facelifted Santana: 1710 mm (67.3 in) 54.8 in (1392 mm) (GL) 58 in (1473 mm) (GL Syncro) Pre-Facelift Santana: 1423 mm (56 in) Facelifted Santana: 1427 mm (56.2 in) 15.8 US gal (GL) 18.5 in US gal (GL Syncro) Ford Versailles Ford Royale Ford Galaxy

Passat Mk2 (B2, 1981–1988)
Volkswagen Passat Mk2 (B2) Height

Pre-facelift Volkswagen Santana Also called Volkswagen Quantum Volkswagen Santana Volkswagen Corsar 1981–1987 1984–present (in China) 1984–2006 (in Brazil) Emden, Germany São Bernardo do Campo, Brazil Zama, Japan Mid-size car 3-door 2-door 4-door 5-door 5-door hatchback saloon/sedan, saloon/sedan, hatchback, estate/wagon

Fuel capacity Related

Production

Assembly

Class Body style(s)

Layout

Front engine, front-wheel drive / fourwheel drive Volkswagen B2 platform Petrol engines: 1.3 L I4 1.5 L I4 1.6 L I4 1.8 L I4 2.0 L I4 1.9 L I5 2.0 L I5 Syncro 2.2 L I5 Diesel engines: 1.5 L D I4 1.6 L TD I4 1.8 L D I4 3-speed automatic, 4 or 5-speed manual 100.4 in (2550 mm) Facelifted Santana: 2548 mm (100.3 in) 179.5 in (4559 mm) (GL) 180.7 in (4590 mm) (GL

Platform Engine(s)

The second generation Volkswagen Passat was launched in 1981. The platform, named B2, was slightly longer and the car’s updated styling was instantly recognizable as Passat, with the most obvious difference being the rectangular headlights. The car was known as the Quantum in North America, where it was introduced in 1982, and Corsar in Mexico, where it was sold between 1984 and 1988, in Brazil it was called Santana. The Passat sedan and estate were produced in South Africa for local consumption until 1987.

Volkswagen Passat B2 Variant As well as the Passat hatchbacks and estate (wagon) there was also a conventional threebox sedan, which until the beginning of 1985 was sold as the Volkswagen Santana in Europe, Brazil, Nicaragua and China. In North America, the Quantum was available in three-door hatchback, four-door sedan, and wagon form, but the five-door hatchback was

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(Petrol or Ethanol). They were so called Santana 2000 and Quantum 2000. Transmissions included a 4-speed manual (for the first 2 years), 5-speed manual (first as an option, then turned standart in 1987), and to the top line CD (later called GLS) a 3-speed automatic. In 1991, Volkswagen do Brasil by the time it had a joint-venture with Ford, called Autolatina, they’ve decided instead of building the newer third generation Passat (B3), to retain the Passat (B2) shaped sedan and wagon and made structural changes to the entire body. By changing the bodyshell, boot line, front and rear guards, it looked like the modern German designed Passat (B3) of the time. Under terms with Autolatina, this "new" Santana was also marketed as the Ford Versailles in Brazil and as the Ford Galaxy in Argentina. It received a small face-lift for 1994, and another one, more extensive, in 1998. In 2002, the Quantum was out, and then, in June, 2006, after more than two decades, the Santana was retired from the range, after years of dropping sales. An not so glamourous end to the car which have inaugurated the use of Anti-Lock Brakes (ABS) in Brazil, and sold 548.494 units in all those time. 2006 Santana Comfortline 2.0L Specs • Engine: 2.0L 8v I4 (VW EA-827/ AP-2000). • Transmission: 5-speed manual. • Driving Layout: Front engine, Front-wheel drive. • Power: 113 hp (84 kW) @ 5250 rpm. • Length: 4600 mm. • Width: 1700 mm. • Height: 1420 mm. • Wheelbase: 2550 mm. • Weight: 1160 kg. • 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph): 9,9 sec. • Top Speed: 191 km/h.

Mark 2 (Facelift) Passat 5-door hatchback

Volkswagen Quantum wagon (US) never sold there and the three-door hatchback was dropped after a year. The range received a minor facelift in 1986, with the sedan, now known as the Passat, sharing the same front end as the hatchback and estate. The North American version gained European-style composite headlamps. The range of engines was more extensive than that of the first generation Passat, and included a 5 cylinder Audi 2.0 L petrol, 1.9 L system used in the Passat shared the mechanics of the Audi 80 quattro and not the VW Golf syncro. syncro was also available in the North American market, but only on the wagon, and only with the 5 cylinder engine.

Corsar (B2, México, 1984-1988)
The Santana 4 door sedan (Quantum in the USA) was introduced in Mexico in February 1984 as the Corsar CD. It was assembled in the Puebla plant with most German components. The only engine available for the whole Corsar lineup was the 1.8 lt 85 hp (63 kW) with carburetor. For 1984 and 1985 the Corsar CD was only in one trim available. It had 13” allow wheels, 185/70 R 13 tires, velour upholstery (1984 was grey only, and from 1985 it was grey or blue), 4 headrests, AM/FM stereo cassette Radio with 4

Brazil
The Second Generation Passat had its production started in Brazil in June, 1984 and was called Santana. The Santana was sold as a 4-door sedan and 2-door sedan, later as a station wagon, named Santana Quantum (or just Quantum) which was launched in July, 1985. The engine range consisted in two version of 1.8L VW EA-827 engines, both in Ethanol or Petrol. In late 1987, to the 1988 model run, it gained the option of a 2.0L engine

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and Corsar Variant. The Corsar was discontinued from the Mexican market by the end of the 1988 model year, since production stopped in Germany (most parts came from Germany) and Volkswagen required its assembly lines to produce the A2 Golf/Jetta for USA and Canada exports. The Corsar lineup is remembered in Mexico with excellent reputation.

China
The Santana (B2) has been built by Shanghai Volkswagen Automotive joint-venture since 1985. Initially launched with a 1.6L petrol engine it was updated with a 1.8L petrol in 1987 both these were equipped with a 4 speed manual, in 1989 the Santana wagon was launched on the market. The Santana has had tons of updated features added since the original 1985 model. Some updated features the Santana has been include with are BOSCH electronic fuel injection system, a 5 speed manual, a third brake light, improved back seats, hydraulic clutch, MP3 and CD compatible radios, ABS brakes with electronic brake distribution,. 2007 Santana specifications • Engine - 1.8L • Engine Position - North South • Power - 70 kW (95 PS; 94 hp) @ 5400 rpm • Torque - 145 N·m (107 lb·ft) @ 3000 rpm • Length - 4,546 mm (179.0 in) • Width - 1,710 mm (67.3 in) • Height - 1,427 mm (56.2 in) • Wheelbase - 2,548 mm (100.3 in) • Unladen Weight - 1,100 kg (2,425 lb) • Top Speed - > 165 km/h (103 mph) In 1991 the Santana 2000 was put into development for China with the aid of Volkswagen do Brasil. Santana 2000 started mass production in 1995 with a longer wheelbase 2,655 mm (104.5 in) and rear doors than its Brazilian counterpart. 1997 Santana 2000 specifications • Engine - 1.8L • Engine Position - North South • Power - 72 kW (98 PS; 97 hp) @ 5400 rpm • Length - 4,680 mm (184.3 in) • Width - 1,700 mm (66.9 in) • Height - 1,420 mm (55.9 in) • Wheelbase - 2,655 mm (104.5 in) • Unladen Weight - 1,120 kg (2,469 lb) • Top Speed - 172 km/h (107 mph)

1987 Volkswagen Corsar CD for mexican market. speakers, tachometer, power steering. It was sold with 4 speed manual transmission or 3 speed automatic. The only option was air conditioning. Colors for 1984 were: Mars Red, Alpine White, Jade Green Metallic, Cosmos Silver Metallic and Graphite Metallic. For 1984 and 1985 the Corsar CD had the American Quantum GL looks. In the 1986 model year, the Corsar CD receives new colors, upholsteries, and the 1985 European Passat 4 door sedan looks. A new 5 speed manual gearbox replaces the previous 4 speed one. The Corsar also has new optional equipments such like power windows, power door locks, and black leather upholstery. In March 1986 the station wagon body, known as the Corsar Variant (Quantum Wagon in the USA, Quantum in Brasil, and Passat Variant in Europe) was introduced sharing trim levels and engine/transmissions with the Corsar CD sedan. In 1987 the alloy wheels became optional, and the series wheels were steel made with full covers. The Corsar continued until 1988 mostly unchanged. By mid 1988 appeared a limited edition with double tone painting (black and silver), black leather upholstery and top equipment available in both the Corsar CD

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2008 Santana Vista 2.0L Specifications • Engine - 2.0L • Engine position - North South • Power - 80 kW (109 PS; 107 hp) @ 5000 rpm • Torque - 168 N·m (124 lb·ft) @ 3800 rpm • Length - 4,687 mm (184.5 in) • Width - 1,700 mm (66.9 in) • Height - 1,450 mm (57.1 in) • Wheelbase - 2,656 mm (104.6 in) • Unladen Weight - 1,228–1,263 kg (2,707–2,784 lb) • Top Speed - 185–192 km/h (115–119 mph) Both the original German designed Santana and the Santana Vista are still sold in China and they are still the most popular vehicles in China with taxi & police fleets and private buyers. But the Shanghai Volkswagen Automotive has decided not to make them anymore in next few years.

Front view of a Santana 2000 Xian City File:Police Volkswagen 3,000 in (76,200 mm) Shangri-La.JPG Rear view of a Santana 3000 Shangri-La Police Car In 2004 the Santana 3000 was the succeeded the Santana 2000. Santana 3000 was the first design that the Shanghai Volkswagen Automotive joint venture designers had undertaken by themselves. Santana 3000 was also the first in the Chinese developed Santana series to be optioned with ABS brakes with electronic brake distribution, electronic differential system, a multi function display system, a sunroof designed by the German Webasto company. The 2.0L engine was added to the range in June 2006. 2007 Santana 3000 1.8L specifications • Engine - 1.8L • Engine position - North South • Power - 74 kW (101 PS; 99 hp) @ 5200 rpm • Torque - 155 N·m (114 lb·ft) @ 3800 rpm • Length - 4,687 mm (184.5 in) • Width - 1,700 mm (66.9 in) • Height - 1,450 mm (57.1 in) • Wheelbase - 2,656 mm (104.6 in) • Unladen Weight - 1,220–1,248 kg (2,690–2,751 lb) • Top Speed - 178–187 km/h (111–116 mph) In 2008 Shanghai Volkswagen Automotive released the Santana Vista (Zhijun) & Santana Vista (Changda) (Taxi model) in January with front and rear visual updates and minor chassis updates.

Japan
The Santana was also built in Japan under license by Nissan. Outwardly it was all VW, however there were a few minor mechanicals (i.e. window wipers) that were Nissan.

Passat Mk3 (B3, 1988–94)
Volkswagen Passat Mk3 (B3)

US-spec Passat sedan Production Assembly Class Body style(s) Layout 1988–1994 Emden, Germany; Bratislava, Slovakia Large family car Mid-size car 4-door saloon/sedan 5-door estate/wagon Front engine, front-wheel drive / fourwheel drive Volkswagen B3 platform

Platform

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Engine(s) Petrol engines: 1.6L I4 53 kW (71 hp) 1.8L I4 55 kW (74 hp) 1.8L I4 66 kW (89 hp) 1.8L I4 118 kW (158 hp) G60 2.0L I4 85 kW (114 hp) 2.0L I4 100 kW (134 hp) 16 valve 2.8L VR6 128 kW (172 hp) Diesel engines: 1.6L I4 59 kW (79 hp)Turbocharged 1.9L I4 50 kW (67 hp) 1.9L I4 55 kW (74 hp) Turbocharged 4-speed automatic 5-speed manual 103.3 in (2624 mm) 180 in (4572 mm) 67.1 in (1704 mm) 56.2 in (1427 mm) 70-litre (18.5 US gal)

Volkswagen Passat
fact, many components are shared directly between these vehicles. Only 4 door sedan and 5 door station wagon versions were available, without the fastback option of previous models (though it was considered). It was marketed under the Passat name in all markets; in North America, this was a first. The fuel injected gasoline engines gave better performance and refinement than the carburettor units previously used. They were mounted transversely, and the floorpan was engineered to accept VW’s syncro four-wheel drive system. Engine options were the 2.0 l 16 valve engine in the GL model, 1.8 l engine in the CL model, Volkswagen’s new 2.8 VR6 engine (also used in the Golf and Corrado) in the GLX model (introduced in 1991 in Europe and 1992 in North America), and the G60 engine (only available on the syncro model in Canada for the North American market). The VR6 engine gave the top-of-the-range Passat a top speed of 224 km/h (139 mph). The 1.9 l diesel was also available as an option. In Russia (where this generation of Passat was extremely popular at second-hand market from early 1990s) it had been affectionately known as "ski", because grille-less front looked like an upside-down cross-country ski or toboggan.

Transmission(s) Wheelbase Length Width Height Fuel capacity

Passat Mk4 (B4, 1995–97/Present: Shangai Volkswagen)
Volkswagen Passat Mk4 (B4)

Europe-spec Passat CL station wagon The third generation Passat was introduced in 1988 in Europe, 1990 in North America, and 1995 in South America. Its curvy looks were a world away from the boxy appearance of its predecessor and owed much to the "Jelly Mould" style pioneered by Ford with the Sierra. The lack of a grille made the car’s front end styling reminiscent of older, rear-engined Volkswagens such as the 411, and also doubled as a modern styling trend. At the time it was the first Passat to be built on a VW-designed platform, rather than sharing one with an Audi sedan. The car, although designated B3 in VW’s platform nomenclature, was based largely on the A Platform as used for the smaller Golf model. In

Volkswagen Passat GLX VR6 (US) Production Assembly 1995–1997 Emden, Germany Bratislava, Slovakia Brussels, Belgium Large family car / Mid-size car 4-door saloon/sedan 5-door estate/wagon

Class Body style(s)

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Layout Front engine, front-wheel drive / fourwheel drive Volkswagen B4 platform Petrol engines: 1.6L I4 1.8L I4 2.0L I4 2.0L I4 16V 2.8L VR6 2.9L VR6 Diesel engines: 1.9L I4 TD 1.9L I4 TDI 4-speed automatic 5-speed manual 103.3 in (2624 mm) 181.5 in (4610 mm) (saloon) 181 in (4597 mm) (estate) 67.5 in (1715 mm) 56.4 in (1433 mm) (saloon) 58.7 in (1491 mm) (estate) 70-litre (15.4 imp gal; 18.5 US gal)

Volkswagen Passat

Trim levels
In Europe, L, CL, GL, GT and VR6 versions were available, although this could be combined, for instance it was possible to purchase a GL VR6. Only three trim levels were available in the United States: GLS, GLX and TDI. The GLX version carried VW’s 2.8 VR6 engine. The GLS had a 2 liter 8 valve motor, while the TDI had the 1.9 Turbo-Diesel. Canadian versions of the Passat were similar to their European counterparts, unlike models sold in the U.S., due to a trade agreement that Canada had with Europe at the time, which allowed any car federalized in one participating country to legally be sold in any of the others. However, Canada did not get the 1.8-litre 4-cylinder petrol version, nor the 1.6-litre turbodiesel, both of which were on sale in Europe at the time. Versions sold in Mexico had a choice of 2.0-litre 4-cylinder or a 2.8-litre VR6 petrol. Trim levels were GL or GLX. These versions were more expensive than the Volkswagen cars built in Mexico, due to the import tariffs and the fact the Passat was built in Germany.

Platform Engine(s)

Transmission(s) Wheelbase Length Width Height Fuel capacity

The same as the original Mk3, every external body panel was new, except for the carriedover windows. The most obvious exterior change was the re-introduction of a grille to match the style of the other same-generation Volkswagen models, such as the Mk3 Golf, whose styling theme didn’t follow on from the original Mk3 Passat. The interior design was also updated and improved safety equipment including dual front airbags and pyrotechnic pretensioner were added. The car was available with a TDI diesel engine, an inline 4-cylinder 1.9 L turbo diesel, generating 210 N·m (149 ft·lbf) of torque at 1900 rpm, 90 PS (66 kW) at 3750 rpm. It carried a U.S. EPA fuel efficiency rating for the sedan of 45 miles per US gallon (5.2 L/ 100 km; 54 mpg-imp) highway. Combined with a 70-litre (15.4 imp gal; 18.5 US gal) fuel tank, it had a 1300+ km (800+ mi) range on a single tank of fuel, nearly unheard of in the North American market. The TDI version is in high demand today and commands a high resale price in the U.S. due to its fuel economy and ability to operate on locally produced biofuels. The B4 TDI wagon is even rarer, fewer than 1000 having been imported to the U.S. during its 1996 to 1997 lifespan.

Engine choices
The following petrol and diesel engines are available:

Passat Mk5 (B5/B5.5/ Lingyu, 1996–2005/ Present: Shangai Volkswagen)
Volkswagen Passat Mk5 (B5)

Production Assembly

1996–2000 Emden & Mosel/Zwickau, Germany; Bratislava, Slovakia

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name engine code(s) Petrol engines 1.6 1.6 1.8 1.8 2.0 2.0 2.8 VR6 2.9 VR6 AEK AFT / AKS AAM / ANN I4 SOHC 8V I4 SOHC 8V I4 SOHC 8V 1595 cc 1595 cc 1781 cc 1781 cc 1984 cc 1984 cc 74 kW (99 hp) 74 kW (99 hp) 55 kW (74 hp) 66 kW (89 hp) 85 kW (114 hp) 110 kW (148 hp) 128 kW (172 hp) 135 kW (181 hp) engine type displacement max. power

Volkswagen Passat
max. torque years

135 N·m (100 lb·ft) 140 N·m (103 lb·ft) 140 N·m (103 lb·ft) 145 N·m (107 lb·ft) 166 N·m (122 lb·ft) 180 N·m (133 lb·ft) 235 N·m (173 lb·ft) 245 N·m (181 lb·ft)

1994–1995 1995–1997 1993–1997 1993–1997 1993–1997 1993–1997 1993–1997 1994–1997

ABS / ACC / ADZ I4 SOHC / ANP 8V 2E / ADY / AGG / I4 SOHC ABA 8V ABF AAA ABV I4 DOHC 16V

VR6 DOHC 2792 cc 12V VR6 DOHC 2861 cc 12V engine type I4 SOHC 8V I4 SOHC 8V I4 SOHC 8V

name engine code(s) Diesel engines 1.9 TD 1.9 TDI 1.9 TDI
Class Body style(s) Layout

displacement max. power max. torque

years

AAZ 1Z / AHU AFN

1896 cc 1896 cc 1896 cc

55 kW (74 hp) 66 kW (89 hp) 81 kW (109 hp)

150 N·m (111 lb·ft) 202 N·m (149 lb·ft) 235 N·m (173 lb·ft)

1993–1997 1993–1997 1996–1997

Large family car / Mid-size car 4-door saloon/sedan 5-door estate/wagon Front engine, front-wheel drive / fourwheel drive Volkswagen B5 platform Petrol engines: 1.6L I4 ADP/AHL/ARM 1.8L I4 ADR/APT 20V 1.8L I4 AEB/APU/ANB Turbocharged 2.0L I4 AUZ 2.3L VR5 AGZ 2.8L V6 ACK/APR 30V Diesel engines: 1.9L I4 AHU/AHH TDI 1.9L I4 AVB TDI 1.9L I4 AFN/AVG TDI Transmission(s) Wheelbase Length Width Height Curb weight Related

1.9L I4 AJM/ATJ TDI 2.5L V6 AFB TDI 5-speed manual 5-speed 5HP19 automatic 106.4 in 184.1 in (sedan) 183.8 in (wagon) 578.9 in 57.4 in (sedan) 59 in (wagon) 3100lbs (1406kg) Audi A4

Platform Engine(s)

The all-new fifth-generation Passat (B5 platform) was launched in 1996 in Europe and 1998 in North America. It was significant in that it shared a platform with the Audi A4 (1995 onwards), using the classic "overhung"

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• 1998 What Car? Car of Cars - Best Medium Car • 1998 Which? Magazine Best Buy - Large family car market winner

Engines
The engines used are the same as for many other cars in the Volkswagen Group.

Mid-2001 facelift (B5.5)
Volkswagen Passat B5.5 facelift

B5 Volkswagen Passat sedan longitudinally mounted engine with frontwheel drive. This "nose-heavy" design harked back to the first and second generation Passats, which were based on the Audi 80 (the A4 is an extension of the 80 line). Styling-wise, the Passat introduced a new design language, first seen on the Concept 1 concept car, for the latest generation of Volkswagens and this was evident with the Mk4 Golf, Bora and Mk4 Polo. The curvy lines, heavily raked windscreens, and smooth underpinnings helped give the B5 Passat an very low coefficient of drag, rated at 0.27 (sedan model). The car featured four-link front suspension (designed to eliminate torque steering), and either a twist-torsion semi-independent beam axle or independent rear suspension on the 4motion trim. Four-wheel drive was introduced in 1997 as an option for the 1.8, 2.8 V6, 1.9TDI and 2.5 V6 TDI engines, using a second generation T-2 Torsen AWD system, which helps avoid loss of traction. The 1.8 L engine in the Passat and Audi A4 has a lower oil capacity than transverse applications of the same engine (4.6 quarts in transverse, 4.3 quarts longitudinal), and may suffer from oil sludge problems as a result, if not changed at regular intervals with fully synthetic oils. Two transmission options were available: a 5-speed manual transmission and a 5-speed automatic transmission with tiptronic.

Production Assembly

2001-2005 Emden & Mosel/Zwickau, Germany; Slovakia Large family car / Mid-size car 4-door saloon/sedan 5-door estate/wagon Front engine, front-wheel drive / four-wheel drive Volkswagen B5 platform Petrol engines: 1.6L I4 ALZ 1.8L I4 AWT Turbo 2.0L I4 AZM 2.0L I4 ALT 20V 2.3L VR5 AZX 20V 2.8L V6 AMX 30V 4.0L W8 BDN 32V Diesel engines: 1.9L I4 AVB TDI 1.9L I4 AWX/AVF TDI 2.0L I4 BGW TDI DPF 2.5L V6 AKN TDI 2.5L V6 BDG TDI 2.5L V6 BDH/BAU TDI 5-speed 5HP19 automatic 5-speed manual 6-speed manual 106.4 in (2703 mm) 185.2 in (4704 mm) (saloon) 184.3 in (4681 mm) (estate) 68.7 in (1745 mm)

Class Body style(s) Layout

Platform Engine(s)

Transmission(s)

Awards
• 1999 Used Car Buyer Greatest Used Buy Awards - Most Sensible Car Award Overall & Best Family Car • 1999 Auto Express New Car Honours Best Family Car

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Short Config/ Fuel Descr Cyls 1.6 8v I4

Volkswagen Passat
Years

Displacement Power Torque VW Accel Top (Max (Max Output) Engine 0-100 Speed Output) Code km/h 140 N·m (103 lb·ft) @3800 rpm ADP/ AHL/ ARM/ ANA ADR/ APT/ AVV/ ARG AEB/ APU/ ANB/ ATW/ AUG AWM

Petrol 1.6 L (1595 cc, 100 PS 97 cu in) (99 hp/ 74 kW) @5300 rpm

12.5 s 192 km/h 1996–2000 (119 mph)

1.8 20v

I4

Petrol 1.8 L (1781 cc, 125 PS 168 N·m 109 cu in) (123 hp/ (124 lb·ft) 92 kW) @3500 rpm @5800 rpm Petrol 1.8 L (1781 cc, 150 PS 109 cu in) (148 hp/ 110 kW) @5700 rpm Petrol 1.8 L (1781 cc, 170 PS 109 cu in) (168 hp/ 125 kW) @5900 rpm Petrol 2 L (1984 cc, 121 cu in) 210 N·m (155 lb·ft) @1750–4600 rpm 225 N·m (166 lb·ft) @1950–5000 rpm

11.1 s 206 km/h 1996–2000 (128 mph)

I4 1.8 20v T

8.9 s

223 km/h 1996–2000 (139 mph)

I4 1.8 20v T

8.0 s (est)

223 km/h 2000–2005 (139 mph)

2.0 8v

I4

120 PS 175 N·m (118 hp/ (129 lb·ft) 88 kW) @2600 rpm @5600 rpm

AUZ/ ASU/ AVA

11.1 s 203 km/h 1999–2000 (126 mph)

2.3 10v

VR5

Petrol 2.3 L (2324 cc, 150 PS 205 N·m 142 cu in) (148 hp/ (151 lb·ft) 110 kW) @3200 rpm @6000 rpm Petrol 2.8 L (2771 cc, 193 PS 280 N·m 169 cu in) (190 hp/ (207 lb·ft) 142 kW) @3200 rpm @6000 rpm Diesel 1.9 L (1896 cc, 90 PS 116 cu in) (89 hp/ 66 kW) @4000 rpm Diesel 1.9 L (1896 cc, 100 PS 116 cu in) (99 hp/ 74 kW) @4000 rpm 210 N·m (155 lb·ft) @1900 rpm

AGZ

8.9 s

223 km/h 1997–2000 (139 mph)

2.8 30v

V6

ACK/ APR

7.7 s

238 km/h 1997–2000 (148 mph)

1.9 8v TDI

I4

AHU/ AHH

13.5 s 184 km/h 1996–2000 (114 mph)

1.9 8v TDI

I4

250 N·m (184 lb·ft) @1900 rpm

AVB

12.4 s 191 km/h 2000 (119 mph)

1.9 8v TDI

I4

Diesel 1.9 L (1896 cc, 110 PS 235 N·m 116 cu in) (108 hp/ (173 lb·ft) 81 kW) @1900 rpm

AFN/ AVG

11.5 s 196 km/h 1996–2000 (122 mph)

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@4150 rpm 1.9 8v TDI I4 Diesel 1.9 L (1896 cc, 115 PS 285 N·m 116 cu in) (113 hp/ (210 lb·ft) 85 kW) @1900 rpm @4000 rpm Diesel 1.9 L (1896 cc, 115 PS 310 N·m 116 cu in) (113 hp/ (229 lb·ft) 85 kW) @1900 rpm @4000 rpm Diesel 2.5 L (2496 cc, 150 PS 152 cu in) (148 hp/ 110 kW) @4000 rpm 310 N·m (229 lb·ft) @1500–3200 rpm AJM

Volkswagen Passat

10.8 s 200 km/h 1998–2000 (124 mph)

1.9 8v TDI

I4

ATJ

10.8 s 200 km/h 1998–2000 (124 mph)

2.5 24v TDI

V6

AFB/ AKN

9.4 s

220 km/h 1998–2000 (137 mph)

Height

appearance on the W12 in the Phaeton and 57.5 in (1461 mm)-57.6 in A8, and the W16 in the Bugatti Veyron. The (1463 mm) (saloon) 58.6 in (1488 mm)-58.9 in engine was dropped in 2004. (1496 mm) (estate) In 2004, a powerful 2.0 L turbocharged 59.0 in (1499 mm) (VR6 estate)
Audi A4 Škoda Superb

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2004 Volkswagen Passat Variant In mid-2001, the Passat received a facelift, involving a minor tweaking of the styling and some mechanical alteration, commonly known as the B5.5. Although some of the body panels remained unchanged, new projector-optic headlights, bumpers, tail lights, and chrome trim gave the car a fresher look. A 4.0 L W8 engine producing 270 PS (202 kW) was introduced in 2002 in an upmarket version of the car that included standard all-wheel drive. This engine was intended to be a test bed for VW’s new W engine technology, which would later make an

diesel TDI engine producing 136 PS (100 kW) was added (making the Passat the only midsized diesel powered car sold in the U.S.). This variant, sold from 2004-2005, is relatively rare on the used market and examples in good condition command high resale prices for their fuel economy and ability to operate on increasingly inexpensive biofuels. A long-wheelbase version was introduced in China in late 1999 by Shanghai-Volkswagen. This lengthened platform went on to underpin the Škoda Superb. Both have a 100 mm longer wheelbase and length than the standard B5 Passat. An updated version called the Passat Lingyu was released in 2005, which has the 2.0 L, 1.8 L Turbo and 2.8 L V6 gasoline engines.

Awards
• 2001 Auto Express Used Car Honours 2001 - Best Family Used Car • 2001 Diesel Car 2001 Awards - Overall Diesel Car of the Year & Best Family Car • 2000 Used Car Buyer: Used the Year Overall winner & Best Family Car • 2000 Auto Express Used Car Honours Best Family Car • 2000 Auto Express New Car Honours Best Family Car • 2000 Fleet World Honours - Best Fleet Car

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Volkswagen Passat
Assembly Class Body style(s) Emden, Germany Mosel/Zwickau, Germany Large family car / Mid-size car 4-door saloon/sedan 5-door estate/wagon 4-door coupé Front engine, front-wheel drive / 4motion four-wheel drive Volkswagen Group A5 PQ46 platform Petrol engines: 1.4L TFSI I4 1.6L MPI I4 1.6L FSI I4 1.8L TSI I4 2.0L FSI I4 2.0L TSI I4 3.2L FSI VR6 3.6L FSI VR6 Diesel engines: 1.9L TDI I4 2.0L TDI I4 CNG/petrol bivalent: 1.4L TSI I4 EcoFuel CNG 122 PS (120 hp/ 90 kW)(planned/unveiled 12/ 2007) 5-speed manual, 6-speed manual, 6-speed automatic 2709 mm (106.65 in) Saloon/sedan: 4765 mm (187.6 in), Estate/wagon: 4774 mm (188 in) 1820 mm (71.7 in) Saloon/sedan: 1472 mm (58 in), estate/wagon: 1517 mm (59.7 in) Audi A3 SEAT Leon SEAT Toledo SEAT Altea Skoda Octavia VW Golf Mk5, VW Passat CC Robert Lešnik[5]

Trim levels
In the United Kingdom, trim levels were E, S, Sport, SE, V5 and V6. The E trim level had a 1.6-litre/105 bhp engine only. The S trim level was considered well-equipped by the motoring press at the time, and What Car? magazine recommended the 1.8 S as the best version in 1999. SE models had the same engines as the S version, but were better equipped. The V5 models had a 2.3 V5 engine, the V6 was available with a 2.8 V6 or 150-180 BHP 2.5 TDi, and were also wellequipped. Models sold in Europe and the Republic of Ireland were similar apart from the trim level naming schemes; the trim levels were VW’s "lifestyle" naming scheme, which were Comfortline, Trendline, and Highline. A base model was available too, this was spartan equipped and sold to the fleet market as well as private buyers. Models sold in the U.S. had the 1.8-litre 20-valve turbocharged engine, 2.0 TDI, the 2.8 V6, or 4.0 W8; trim levels were GL (2003 onward), GLS, GLX, and W8 (2002 to 2004). The W8 was only available with the 4motion all-wheel-drive system and a slightly higher trim than the GLX models. The V6 had 4motion as an option as did the 1.8T starting in the 2004 model year. The GLX trim was only sold with the V6. Versions sold in Mexico are the same as their European equivalents.

Layout

Platform Engine(s)

Transmission(s)

Wheelbase Length

Engines
The engines used are the same as for many other cars in the Volkswagen Group.
Width Height

Passat Mk6 (Passat B6, also as Magotan in China, PQ46, 2005–present)
Volkswagen Passat Mk6 (PQ46 — aka B6)

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Designer

Production

2005–present

The latest Passat was first displayed at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2005 and launched in Europe in the summer of 2005. The Mk6 Passat (the PQ46 platform) is now based upon the Golf Mk5. Confusingly, this model is sometimes referred to as the "B6" (or "3C") Passat, despite its lack of

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Short Config/ Fuel Descr Cyls 1.6 8v I4

Volkswagen Passat
Years

Displacement Power Torque VW Accel Top (Max (Max Output) Engine 0-100 Speed Output) Code km/h ALZ

Petrol 1.6 L (1595 cc, 102 PS 148 N·m 97 cu in) (101 hp/ (109 lb·ft) 75 kW) @3800 rpm @5600 rpm Petrol 1.8 L (1781 cc, 170 PS 109 cu in) (168 hp/ 125 kW) @5700 rpm Petrol 2 L (1984 cc, 121 cu in) 210 N·m (155 lb·ft) @1750–4600 rpm

12.7 s 198 km/h 2000–2005 (123 mph)

I4 1.8 20vT

AWT

9.2 s

221 km/h 2000–2005 (137 mph)

2.0 8v

I4

115 PS 172 N·m (113 hp/ (127 lb·ft) 85 kW) @3500 rpm @5400 rpm 130 PS 195 N·m (128 hp/ (144 lb·ft) 96 kW) @3300 rpm @5700 rpm

AZM

11.2 s 200 km/h 2000–2005 (124 mph)

2.0 20v

I4

Petrol 2 L (1984 cc, 121 cu in)

ALT

9.9 s

210 km/h 2001–2005 (130 mph)

2.3 20v

VR5

Petrol 2.3 L (2324 cc, 170 PS 220 N·m 142 cu in) (168 hp/ (162 lb·ft) 125 kW) @3200 rpm @6200 rpm Petrol 2.8 L (2771 cc, 193 PS 280 N·m 169 cu in) (190 hp/ (207 lb·ft) 142 kW) @3200 rpm @6000 rpm Petrol 4 L (3999 cc, 244 cu in) 275 PS 370 N·m (271 hp/ (273 lb·ft) 202 kW) @2750 rpm @6000 rpm 250 N·m (184 lb·ft) @1900 rpm

AZX

9.1 s

228 km/h 2000–2003 (142 mph)

2.8 30v

V6

AMX

7.8 s

238 km/h 2000–2005 (148 mph)

4.0 32v

W8

BDN

6.5 s

250 km/h 2001–2004 (155 mph)

1.9 8v TDI

I4

Diesel 1.9 L (1896 cc, 100 PS 116 cu in) (99 hp/ 74 kW) @4000 rpm Diesel 1.9 L (1896 cc, 130 PS 116 cu in) (128 hp/ 96 kW) @4000 rpm

AVB

12.4 s 191 km/h 2000–2005 (119 mph)

1.9 8v TDI

I4

285 N·m (210 lb·ft) @1750–2500 rpm

AWX

9.9 s

208 km/h 2000–2005 (129 mph)

1.9 8v TDI

I4

Diesel 1.9 L (1896 cc, 130 PS 310 N·m 116 cu in) (128 hp/ (229 lb·ft) 96 kW) @1900 rpm

AVF

9.9 s

208 km/h 2000–2005 (129 mph)

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@4000 rpm 2.0 8v TDI I4 Diesel 2 L (1968 cc, 120 cu in) 136 PS 335 N·m (134 hp/ (247 lb·ft) 100 kW) @1900 rpm @4000 rpm 310 N·m (229 lb·ft) @1500–3200 rpm BGW

Volkswagen Passat

211 km/h 2003–2005 (131 mph)

2.5 24v TDI

V6

Diesel 2.5 L (2496 cc, 150 PS 152 cu in) (148 hp/ 110 kW) @4000 rpm

AKN

9.6 s

220 km/h 2000–2003 (137 mph)

2.5 24v TDI

V6

Diesel 2.5 L (2496 cc, 163 PS 350 N·m 152 cu in) (161 hp/ (258 lb·ft) 120 kW) @1500 rpm @4000 rpm Diesel 2.5 L (2496 cc, 180 PS 370 N·m 152 cu in) (178 hp/ (273 lb·ft) 132 kW) @1500 rpm @4000 rpm

BDG

9.1 s

225 km/h 2003–2005 (140 mph)

2.5 24V TDI

V6

BDH/ BAU

8.7 s

226 km/h 2002–2005 (140 mph)

B6 Passat 2.0T wagon (US) commonality with the "B6" (Typ 8E) Audi A4. This has happened previously in the Passat’s history, with the B3 and B4, which bore no relation to the same-named platforms from Audi. Styling-wise, the car follows the latest design language first introduced on the Volkswagen Phaeton luxury car, and is a something of a departure from the styling of the B5.5 Passat. Although the new design is somewhat controversial, sales have improved over the old model. On the four-wheel drive version, called 4motion, the transverse-engine platform dictated a switch from the Torsen centre differential of the B5, to the Haldex Traction multi-plate clutch. This change also changes the handling closer to a front-wheel drive car, with better fuel

economy and a more spacious interior. The Haldex can direct torque more unequally than the Torsen, which was limited to 75:25 to 25:75 in the B5 Passat. Haldex is a reactive type system, behaving as a front-wheeldrive vehicle until slippage is detected, at which point up to a maximum of 50% of the torque can be transmitted to the rear axle. See quattro (four wheel drive system) for more information. Fuel Stratified Injection is used in nearly every petrol version of the Passat, ranging from 1.6 to 3.2 L (the 1.6L DOHC can reach 100 km/h (62.1 mph) in 11.5 seconds, and 200 km/h (124.3 mph) for manual transmission versions), but the multivalve 2.0 L TDI is the most sought after version in Europe (available in both 140 PS (138 hp/103 kW) and 170 PS (168 hp/125 kW) variants). In the US market, it features a 200 PS (197 hp/ 147 kW) 2.0 L turbocharged I4 as the base engine, or a 280 PS (276 hp/206 kW) 3.6 L VR6 engine as the upgrade, with six-speed manual (only available on the base 2.0T model) and automatic transmissions. In February 2008, the 2.0 FSI was replaced with the new 1.8TSI Engine and 6-speed automatic transmission. The 1.8T pushes out 160 PS (158 hp/118 kW), 250 N·m (180 ft·lbf) and reaches 0-100 km/h in 8.6 seconds, reaching a top speed of 220 km/h

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(137 mph). This engine is part of the wider VW policy for engine sharing. The Passat Estate has just won overall winner of Practical Caravans Towcar of the Year Awards 2008 for it array of towing features such as its Trailer Stability Program. At the Beijing International Automobile Exhibition, FAW-VW released the PQ46 Passat as the Magotan, due to Shanghai-Volkswagen using the Passat name for its Passat Lingyu (LWB Mk5 Passat). The Passat Mk6 has received some criticism from enthusiasts due to the inclusion of a tamper-proof cage around the ECU, preventing modification by owners.[6]

Volkswagen Passat
the 2008 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

Engines
Petrol engines
The following petrol engines are available:

Diesel engines
The following diesel engines are available:

References
[1] ^ "New Models from Volkswagen: A reversal of Wolfsburg’s Design Policy". Autocar vol 138 (nbr 4019): page 15. date 7 June 1973. [2] ^ "Test: VW Passat variant LS". Auto Motor u. Sport Heft 9 1974: Seite 73 78. date 27 April 1974. [3] Werner Oswald: Deutsche Autos 1945-1990. Motorbuch Verlag, Stuttgart 2003 (2nd ed.), ISBN 3-613-02116-1, pp. 94-101 [4] Mike Covello, Standard Catalog of Imported Cars 1946-2002. Krause Publications, Iola 2002, ISBN 0-67341-605-8, pp. 824-826 [5] Avto in | slovenska avtomobilistična spletna revija [6] http://www.passatworld.com/forums/ showthread.php?t=188272,retrieved 05-15-2008 [7] Trade Arabia: Passat R36 arrives in Mideast [8] Passat CC > Modelle > Volkswagen Deutschland

Passat R36

Passat R36 Wagon at the 2008 Adelaide Motor Show At the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2007 Volkswagen launched the in the ’R’ line by Volkswagen Individual GmbH the R36. The R36 uses a retuned 300 PS (296 hp/ 221 kW) / 220kW 3.6 L VR6 engine producing 350Nm of torque, which pushes the Sedan & Variant (estate/wagon) to 100 km/h (62.1 mph) in 5.6 & 5.8 seconds respectively. R36 has many distinguished features over the other Passat siblings such as a redesigned front and rear spoilers, 18 inch Omanyt aluminium wheels, 20 mm lower suspension, ’R’ engraved stainless steel pedals, ’R’ imprinted sport leather seats, Bi-Xenon headlights, and two rear mufflers. In July 2008, Volkswagen launched the R36 version in the Middle East [7].

External links
Volkswagen UK: Passat VW of America: Passat VW Australia: Passat Passat World: Passat Enthusiast Website UKPassats: UK Passat Enthusiast group TheB3e.Com: B3 Passat Community And Resource • Passat B5 B5.5 Repair Wiki • • • • • •

Passat CC
The CC ("Comfort Coupé"[8] is a 4-door "coupé" version of the Passat. It debuted at

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Short VW Descr Engine Code 1.4 TSI 1.6 CAXA Engine Type Displacement Power (Max Output) 122 PS (120 hp/ 90 kW) 102 PS (101 hp/ 75 kW) 115 PS (113 hp/ 85 kW) 160 PS (158 hp/ 118 kW) 150 PS (148 hp/ 110 kW) 200 PS (197 hp/ 147 kW) 200 PS (197 hp/ 147 kW) 250 PS (247 hp/ 184 kW) 300 PS (296 hp/ 221 kW)

Volkswagen Passat
Torque (Max Output) Years

I4 DOHC 16V, Fuel Strati- 1390 cc fied Injection (FSI) and turbocharger 1595 cc

200 N·m 2007(148 lb·ft) 148 N·m 2005(109 lb·ft) 155 N·m 2005-2007 (114 lb·ft) 250 N·m 2007(184 lb·ft) 200 N·m 2005-2007 (148 lb·ft) 280 N·m 2006(207 lb·ft)

BSE; BSF I4 SOHC 8V, multipoint sequential fuel injection

1.6 FSI 1.8 TSI 2.0 FSI 2.0 TFSI

BLF; BLP I4 DOHC 16V, Fuel Strati- 1598 cc fied Injection BZB I4 DOHC 16V, Fuel Strati- 1798 cc fied Injection and turbocharger

BLR; I4 DOHC 16V, Fuel Strati- 1984 cc BVX; BVY fied Injection AXX; BWA; CAWB; BPY AXX; BWA; CAWB; CCTA AXZ I4 DOHC 16V, Fuel Strati- 1984 cc fied Injection and turbocharger I4 DOHC 16V, Fuel Strati- 1984 cc fied Injection and turbocharger VR6 DOHC 24V, Fuel Stratified Injection VR6 DOHC 24V, Fuel Stratified Injection 3189 cc

2.0 TSI

280 N·m 2008(207 lb·ft)

3.2 FSI 3.6 FSI

330 N·m 2006(243 lb·ft) 350 N·m 2006(258 lb·ft)

BWS; BLV

3597 cc

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Short VW Engine Type Descr Engine Code 1.9 TDI 2.0 TDI 2.0 TDI DPF 2.0 TDI DPF 2.0 TDI DPF 2.0 TDI DPF BKC/ BXE/ BLS BKP

Volkswagen Passat
Displacement Power Torque (Max (Max Output) Output) Years

I4 SOHC 8V, Pumpe Düse 1896 cc (PD) injectors; optional diesel particulate filter (DPF) I4 DOHC 16V, Pumpe Düse injectors I4 DOHC 16V, Pumpe Düse injectors, diesel particulate filter I4 DOHC 16V, piezoelectric common rail injection, diesel particulate filter 1968 cc

105 PS 250 N·m 2005(104 hp/ (184 lb·ft) 77 kW) 140 PS 320 N·m 2005-2008 (138 hp/ (236 lb·ft) 103 kW) 140 PS 320 N·m 2005-2008 (138 hp/ (236 lb·ft) 103 kW) 140 PS 320 N·m 2008(138 hp/ (236 lb·ft) 103 kW) 170 PS 350 N·m 2006-2008 (168 hp/ (258 lb·ft) 125 kW) 170 PS 350 N·m 2008(168 hp/ (258 lb·ft) 125 kW)

BMP

1968 cc

CBAB

1968 cc

BMR

I4 DOHC 16V, piezoelectric 1968 cc Pumpe Düse injectors, diesel particulate filter I4 DOHC 16V, piezoelectric common rail injection, diesel particulate filter 1968 cc

CBBB

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